Programme Overview

Conference Day 1

2020-09-09

Opening and Keynote Session 1

09:00 - 10:30

Break

10:30 - 11:00

Session 1

11:00 - 12:20
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
User Centred Design and User Participation in Inclusive R&D (STS)
Chairs: Cordula Edler (Ludwigsburg University of Education, DE), Klaus Miesenberger (Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT), Susanne Dirks (TU Dortmund, DE), Christian Bühler (TU Dortmund, FTB Vollmarstein, DE), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Vollenwyder Beat: My Train Talks to Me: Participatory Design of a Mobile App for Travellers with Visual Impairments (Science Track Contribution)
Service and Care Provision in Assistive Environments
Bong Way Kiat: Designing Nostalgic Tangible User Interface Application for Elderly People (Science Track Contribution)
How to improve interaction with a text input system (STS)
Chairs: Mathieu Raynal (Université de Toulouse, IRIT Lab, ELIPSE team, FR), Georges Badr (Antonine University, LB)
Dobosz Krzysztof: Text Input with Foot Gestures Using the Myo Armband (Science Track Contribution)
ICT to Support Inclusive Education - Universal Learning Design (ULD) (STS)
Chairs: Marion Hersh (University of Glasgow, GB), Barbara Leporini (ISTI – CNR, IT)
Tagiltseva Nataliya: Information Technology in the Musical and Speech Development of Mentally Retarded Children in an Orphanage (Science Track Contribution)
Utreras Emmanuel: Accessibility of Block-based Introductory Programming Languages and a Tangible Programming Tool Prototype (Science Track Contribution)Namboodiri Vinod: Assessment of Economic Value of Assistive Technologies through Quality-Adjusted Work Life Years (QAWLY) (Science Track Contribution)Yoda Ikushi: Application of Gesture Interface to transcription for People with Motor Dysfunction (Science Track Contribution)Kyriakakis Georgios: Promoting Creative Computer-Based Music Education and Composition for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Terpsichore Software Music Interface (Science Track Contribution)
Samaddar Sanjit: What do older people actually want from their robots? (Science Track Contribution)Andersson Anders-petter: Inspire To Move In Care Homes (Service and Practice Forum Contribution) Bhargav Hemanshu: Tecla Sound: Combining single switch and speech access (Science Track Contribution)Fels Deb: WebMoti (Science Track Contribution)

Lunch Break

12:20 - 13:00

Session 2

13:00 - 14:20
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
User Centred Design and User Participation in Inclusive R&D (STS)
Chairs: Cordula Edler (Ludwigsburg University of Education, DE), Klaus Miesenberger (Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT), Susanne Dirks (TU Dortmund, DE), Christian Bühler (TU Dortmund, FTB Vollmarstein, DE), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Petrie Helen: Consigliere evaluation: Evaluating complex interactive systems with users with disabilities (Science Track Contribution)
Service and Care Provision in Assistive Environments
Duarte Paulo Artur De Sousa: Using event-based communication and IoT standards to improve interoperability in an AAL scenario (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
How to improve interaction with a text input system (STS)
Chairs: Mathieu Raynal (Université de Toulouse, IRIT Lab, ELIPSE team, FR), Georges Badr (Antonine University, LB)
Dobosz Krzysztof: Increasing the Efficiency of Text Input in the 8pen Method (Science Track Contribution)
ICT to Support Inclusive Education - Universal Learning Design (ULD) (STS)
Chairs: Marion Hersh (University of Glasgow, GB), Barbara Leporini (ISTI – CNR, IT)
Egusa Ryohei: Development of a Learning Support System for Science Using Collaboration and Body Movement for Hearing-Impaired Children: Learning support for plant germination and growth conditions (Science Track Contribution)
Edler Cordula: IPAR-UCD - Inclusive Participation of Users with Cognitive Disabilities in Software Development - Development and Progress of a Concept (Science Track Contribution)Nanchen Benjamin: Improving The Accessibility Of Touristic Destinations With An Assistive Technology For Hiking – Applying Universal Design Principles Through Service Design (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Raynal Mathieu: SlideKey: Impact of in-depth previews for a predictive text entry method (Science Track Contribution)Ben Brahim Hejer: Promoting inclusive Open Education: A holistic approach towards a novel accessible OER recommender system (Science Track Contribution)
Al-megren Shiroq: Humanistic Co-design Of Assistive Technology In Saudi Arabia (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Verma Aashish: Project Radar: Vocational Guidance And Employability For Blind And Partially Sighted People (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Ramos-galarza Carlos: Literacy toy for enhancement Phonological Awareness: a longitudinal study (Science Track Contribution)Leporini Barbara: Accessibility Evaluation of Video Conferencing Tools to Support Disabled People in Distance Teaching, Meetings and other Activities (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Lahiri Anirban: Mada Accessibility and Assistive Technology Glossary A Digital Resource of Specialized Terms (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Weber Harald: Exploiting synergies between digitalization and inclusion to raise an organization’s inclusive capacity on the example of vocational education and training (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)

Break

14:20 - 14:40

Session 3

14:40 - 16:00
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
Tactile Graphics and Models for Blind People and Recognition of Shapes by Touch (STS)
Chairs: Yoshinori Teshima (Chiba Institute of Technology, JP), Susumu Oouchi (National Institute of Special Needs Education, JP), Fujiyoshi Mamoru (National Center for University Entrance Examinations, JP)
Teshima Yoshinori: Development of Tactile Globe by Additive Manufacturing (Science Track Contribution)
Mobile Health and Mobile Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities: Current State, Challenges and Opportunities (STS)
Chairs: Michael Jones, PhD, FACRM (Virginia C. Crawford Research Institute, Shepherd Center, US), Frank DeRuyter, PhD, FASHA, MMCi (Duke University Medical Center, US)
Colombo Vera: A mobile diary app to support rehabilitation at home for elderly with COPD: a preliminary feasibility study (Science Track Contribution)
AT and Accessibility for Blind and Low Vision Users
Chairs: Alireza Darvishy (ICT-Accessibility Lab, Zurich University Of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, CH)
El Ghoul Oussama: An overview of the new 8-dots Arabic Braille coding system (Science Track Contribution)
ICT to Support Inclusive Education - Universal Learning Design (ULD) (STS)
Chairs: Marion Hersh (University of Glasgow, GB), Barbara Leporini (ISTI – CNR, IT)
Konovalova Svetlana: Inclusive Education In Russian Universities (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Hosokawa Yoichi: Development of TARS Mobile App with Deep Fingertip Detector for the Visually Impaired (Science Track Contribution)Chassan Clemence: A user study about designing a mobile app for motivating Multiple Sclerosis patients for self-rehabilitation (Science Track Contribution)Schwarz Thorsten: Image-based Recognition of Braille using Neural Networks on Mobile Devices (Science Track Contribution)Tagiltseva Nataliya: Information Technology in the Development of Musical Abilities in Children with Disabilities (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Darvishy Alireza: Touch Explorer: Exploring digital maps for visually impaired people (Science Track Contribution)Jarvis Leighanne: Accelerometer-Based Machine Learning Categorization of Body Position in Adult Populations (Science Track Contribution)Schwarz Thorsten: Developing a Magnification Prototype based on Head and Eye-tracking for Persons with Low Vision (Science Track Contribution)Salinas López Valentín: Including Students with Disabilities in Distance Education (InSIDE) (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Engel Christin: TouchPen: Rich Interaction Technique for Audio-Tactile Charts by Means of Digital Pens (Science Track Contribution)Morris John: Survey Of Rehabilitation Clinicians In The United States: Barriers And Critical Use-cases For Mrehab Adoption (Science Track Contribution)Kimuro Yoshihiko: Numeric Key Programming: Programmable Robot Kit for both Visually Impaired and Sighted Elementary School Students (Science Track Contribution)Salinas López Valentín: How To Select An Accessible Learning Management System For Distance Education (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)

Break

16:00 - 16:20

Session 4

16:20 - 17:40
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
Tactile Graphics and Models for Blind People and Recognition of Shapes by Touch (STS)
Chairs: Yoshinori Teshima (Chiba Institute of Technology, JP), Susumu Oouchi (National Institute of Special Needs Education, JP), Fujiyoshi Mamoru (National Center for University Entrance Examinations, JP)
Verma Aashish: Use Of Mobile As Haptic Device To Understand Bar Chart For Blind People (Science Track Contribution)
Mobile Health and Mobile Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities: Current State, Challenges and Opportunities (STS)
Chairs: Michael Jones, PhD, FACRM (Virginia C. Crawford Research Institute, Shepherd Center, US), Frank DeRuyter, PhD, FASHA, MMCi (Duke University Medical Center, US)
Morris John: SwapMyMood: User-Centered Design and Development of a Mobile App to Support Executive Function (Science Track Contribution)
AT and Accessibility for Blind and Low Vision Users
Chairs: Alireza Darvishy (ICT-Accessibility Lab, Zurich University Of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, CH)
Serin Frederic: Towards accessible complete plain text to general public reader (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Hearing Systems and Accessories for People with Hearing Loss (STS)
Chairs: Matjaž Debevc (University of Maribor, SI), Christian Vogler (, )
Bogdanova Svetlana : Forms And Methods Of Work With Hard Of Hearing Students At Technical Higher Educational Institutions In The "jurisprudence" Discipline (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Maćkowski Michał: Platform for math learning with audio-tactile graphics for visually impaired students (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Morris John: Survey of User Needs: Mobile Apps for mHealth and People with Disabilities (Science Track Contribution)Zorec Matej: Visual Assistant - TV for the visually impaired (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Wakatsuki Daisuke: A Study Examining a Real-Time Sign Language-to-Text Interpretation System Using Crowdsourcing (Science Track Contribution)
Bose Roopa: Utilizing machine leaning models for automatic generation of tactile graphics (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Deruyter Frank: Ensuring Ict Access By People With Disabilities – The Livewell Project (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Stöger Bernhard: Comparison Of Two Teleconferencing Systems With Respect To Accessibility And Usability For Blind Persons: Zoom And Bigbluebutton (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Wakatsuki Daisuke: Analysis of the Gaze Behavior in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students during a Captioned Lecture (Science Track Contribution)
Gay Simon: Exploring maps with touch: an inclusive haptic device (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Jones Michael: Promoting Accessible, Mobile Rehabilitation For People With Disabilities – The Mrehab Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Tsurumi Masayo: Survey on use of smart speakers and smart home devices by visually impaired people in Japan (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)

Conference Day 2

2020-09-10

Keynote Session 2

09:00 - 10:30

Break

10:30 - 11:00

Session 5

11:00 - 12:20
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
Accessible and inclusive Digital Publishing (STS)
Chairs: Reinhard Ruemer (BookAccess, AT)
Vollenwyder Beat: How Web Professionals Perceive Web Accessibility in Practice: Active Roles, Process Phases and Key Disabilities (Science Track Contribution)
Implementation and Innovation in the area of independent mobility through digital technologies (STS)
Chairs: David Banes (David Banes Access and Inclusion Services, GB)
Loitsch Claudia : AccessibleMaps: Addressing Gaps in Maps for People with Visual and Mobility Impairments (Science Track Contribution)
Human Movement Analysis for the Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems and Assistive Devices (STS)
Chairs: Lilian G. Motti Ader (University College Dublin, CeADAR – Centre for Applied Data Analytics and School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sport Sciences, IE), Mathieu Raynal (Université de Toulouse, IRIT Lab, ELIPSE team, FR)
Gargano Jacopo Pio: Alzheimer's Garden: Understanding Social Behaviors of Patients with Dementia to Improve Their Quality of Life (Science Track Contribution)
Hearing Systems and Accessories for People with Hearing Loss (STS)
Chairs: Matjaž Debevc (University of Maribor, SI), Christian Vogler (, )
Kushalnagar Raja: Readability of punctuation in automatic subtitles (Science Track Contribution)
Eika Evelyn: Towards More Efficient Screen Reader Web Access with Automatic Summary Generation and Text Tagging (Science Track Contribution)Draffan E.a.: AccessKB: Linked Open Data for Accessible Travel (Science Track Contribution)Li Bing: Predicting Wheelchair Stability while Crossing a Curb using RGB-Depth Vision (Science Track Contribution)Onishi Junji: Online communication assistant system for deafblind person (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Fujiyoshi Akio: A Series of Simple Processing Tools for PDF Files for People with Print Disabilities (Science Track Contribution)Striegl Julian: Analysis of Indoor Maps Accounting the Needs of People with Impairments (Science Track Contribution)NarvÁez Marien: Gait Patterns Monitoring Using Instrumented Forearm crutches (Science Track Contribution)Wakatsuki Daisuke: Survey for People with Visual Impairment or Hearing Loss on Using Museums in Japan (Science Track Contribution)

Lunch Break

12:20 - 13:00

Session 6

13:00 - 14:20
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
Accessible and inclusive Digital Publishing (STS)
Chairs: Reinhard Ruemer (BookAccess, AT)
Fujiyoshi Akio: Layout Analysis of PDF Documents by Two-Dimensional Grammars for the Production of Accessible Textbooks (Science Track Contribution)
Implementation and Innovation in the area of independent mobility through digital technologies (STS)
Chairs: David Banes (David Banes Access and Inclusion Services, GB)
Loitsch Claudia : Considering Time-critical Barriers in Indoor Routing for People with Disabilities (Science Track Contribution)
Human Movement Analysis for the Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems and Assistive Devices (STS)
Chairs: Lilian G. Motti Ader (University College Dublin, CeADAR – Centre for Applied Data Analytics and School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sport Sciences, IE), Mathieu Raynal (Université de Toulouse, IRIT Lab, ELIPSE team, FR)
Szedel Jacek: Personalized Arm Gesture Recognition Using the HMM-Based Signature Verifcation Engine (Science Track Contribution)
Artificial Intelligence, Accessible and Assistive Technologies (STS)
Chairs: E.A. Draffan ( ECS Accessibility Team, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering University of Southampton, GB), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Draffan E.a.: AI and Global AAC Symbol Communication (Science Track Contribution)
Yu Zhi: A Multi-site collaborative sampling for Web Accessibility Evaluation (Science Track Contribution)Furtado Hugo: 3D Audio Navigation - Feasibility and Requirements for Older Adults (Science Track Contribution)Cuppens Kris: Digital design of bespoke aids for activities of daily living (Science Track Contribution)Draffan E.a.: Can a Web Accessibility Checker be enhanced by the use of AI? (Science Track Contribution)
Bilal Anas: Accessible Or Not? A Step Towards Genre-specific Guidelines For Web Accessibility (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)König Alexandra: Co-production of knowledge for designing inclusive digital mobility solutions – the methodological approach and process of the TRIPS project (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Ikeda Tomoka: A Multimodal Communication Aid for Persons with Cerebral Palsy Using Head Movement and Speech Recognition (Science Track Contribution)Chen Haoye: Can We Unify Perception and Localization inAssisted Navigation? An Indoor Semantic VisualPositioning System for Visually Impaired People (Science Track Contribution)
Davanzo Nicola: Experimental Evaluation of Three Interaction Channels for Accessible Digital Musical Instruments (Science Track Contribution)

Break

14:20 - 14:40

Session 7

14:40 - 16:00
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
Web Accessibility Observatories (STS)
Chairs: Carlos Velasco (Fraunhofer FIT, DE), Mohamad Yehya (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT, DE)
De Filippis Maria Laura: Preliminary Results of a Systematic Review: Quality Assessment of Conversational Agents (Chatbots) for People with Disabilities or Special Needs (Science Track Contribution)
Art Karshmer Lectures in Access to Mathematics, Science and Engineering (STS)
Chairs: Dominique Archambault (Universite Paris8, FR), Katsuhito Yamaguchi (Nihon University, JP), Georgios Kouroupetroglou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece , GR)
Murillo-morales Tomas: Audial: A Natural Language Interface To Make Statistical Charts Accessible To Blind Persons (Science Track Contribution)
Human Movement Analysis for the Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems and Assistive Devices (STS)
Chairs: Lilian G. Motti Ader (University College Dublin, CeADAR – Centre for Applied Data Analytics and School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sport Sciences, IE), Mathieu Raynal (Université de Toulouse, IRIT Lab, ELIPSE team, FR)
Jitngernmadan Prajaks: IFeedingBot: A Vision-based Feeding Robotic Arm Prototype based on Open Source Solution (Science Track Contribution)
Artificial Intelligence, Accessible and Assistive Technologies (STS)
Chairs: E.A. Draffan ( ECS Accessibility Team, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering University of Southampton, GB), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Namboodiri Vinod: IBeaconMap: Automated Indoor Space Representation for Beacon-Based Wayfinding (Science Track Contribution)
Iglesias Ana: Comp4Text Checker: an automatic and visual evaluation tool to check the readability of Spanish web pages (Science Track Contribution)Bernareggi Cristian: SpeechMatE: a Speech-driven Maths Editor for motor-impaired people (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Rossi Silvia Maddalena : Development of Smart-Phone Interfaces for Tongue Controlled Assistive Devices (Science Track Contribution)Hauwaert Hannes: Karaton: An Example of AI integration within a Literacy app for Education. (Science Track Contribution)
Ponsard Christophe: Towards Cross Assessment of Physical and Digital Accessibility (Science Track Contribution)Fitzpatrick Donal: EuroMath: A Web-based platform for teaching of accessible mathematics (Science Track Contribution)Sai Advaith Venumbaka: APPLICATION OF MULTI MATERIALS ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUE IN THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING OF HAND ORTHOSES (Science Track Contribution)Yu Zhi: Research on Book Recommendation System for People with Visual Impairment based on Fusion of Preference and User Attention (Science Track Contribution)
Vigouroux Nadine: Multidisciplinary experience feedback on the use of the HandiMathKey keyboard in a middle school (Science Track Contribution)

Break

16:00 - 16:20

Session 8

16:20 - 17:40
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
Web Accessibility Observatories (STS)
Chairs: Carlos Velasco (Fraunhofer FIT, DE), Mohamad Yehya (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT, DE)
Paternò Fabio: Requirements for Large Scale Web Accessibility Evaluation (Science Track Contribution)
Art Karshmer Lectures in Access to Mathematics, Science and Engineering (STS)
Chairs: Dominique Archambault (Universite Paris8, FR), Katsuhito Yamaguchi (Nihon University, JP), Georgios Kouroupetroglou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece , GR)
Soiffer Neil: Rainbow Math: A Case Study of Using Colors in Math for Students with Moderate to Severe Dyslexia (Science Track Contribution)
Cognitive Disabilities and Accessibility - Pushing the Boundaries of Inclusion using Digital Technologies and Accessible eLearning Environments (STS)
Chairs: Susanne Dirks (TU Dortmund, DE), Christian Bühler (TU Dortmund, FTB Vollmarstein, DE), Cordula Edler (Ludwigsburg University of Education, DE), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT), Klaus Miesenberger (Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Heumader Peter: Adaptive User Interfaces For People With Cognitive Disabilities Within The Easy Reading Framework (Science Track Contribution)
Artificial Intelligence, Accessible and Assistive Technologies (STS)
Chairs: E.A. Draffan ( ECS Accessibility Team, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering University of Southampton, GB), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Suárez-figueroa Mari Carmen: Towards the Assessment of Easy-to-Read Guidelines using Artificial Intelligence Techniques (Science Track Contribution)
Miura Takahiro: Improving web browsing experience using a screen reader for visually impaired persons (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Yamaguchi Katsuhito: On Automatic Conversion from e-Born PDF into Accessible EPUB3 and Audio-Embedded HTML5 (Science Track Contribution)Murillo-morales Tomas: Automatic Assistance to Cognitive Disabled Web Users via Reinforcement Learning on the Browser (Science Track Contribution)Su Wei: Conversion method of Braille music based on MusicXML (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Vogelauer Christian: Pilot Studies For Evaluating A Web Accessibility Observatory (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Bernareggi Cristian: Automatic tagging of formulae in PDF documents and assistive technologies for visually impaired people: the LaTeX package axessibility 3.0 (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Poobrasert Onintra: Developing of Kid Can Write as Assistive Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities (Science Track Contribution)
Fu Bo: Improving Fitness Levels of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Preliminary Evaluation of Real-Time Interactive Heart Rate Visualization to Motivate Engagement in Physical Activity (Science Track Contribution)

Conference Day 3

2020-09-11

Session 9

09:00 - 10:40
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
XR Accessibility – Learning from the past and addressing real user needs for inclusive immersive environments (STS)
Chairs: Joshue O Connor (W3C/WAI, IE), Shadi Abou-Zahra (W3C Web Accessibility Initiative, AT), Mario Covarrubias ( Politecnico di Milano, Mechanical Engineering Department, IT), Beatrice Aruanno (Politecnico di Milano, Mechanical Engineering Department, IT)
Chen Weiqin: An Immersive Virtual Reality Exergame for People with Parkinson’s Disease (Science Track Contribution)
Environmental Sensing Technologies for Visual Impairment (STS)
Chairs: James Coughlan (Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, US), Roberto Manduchi (UC Santa Cruz, US)
Trinh Viet: A Multi-scale Embossed Map Authoring Tool for Indoor Environments (Science Track Contribution)
Cognitive Disabilities and Accessibility - Pushing the Boundaries of Inclusion using Digital Technologies and Accessible eLearning Environments (STS)
Chairs: Susanne Dirks (TU Dortmund, DE), Christian Bühler (TU Dortmund, FTB Vollmarstein, DE), Cordula Edler (Ludwigsburg University of Education, DE), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT), Klaus Miesenberger (Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Michelsen Gunnar: Introduction of compensatory technology in vocational rehabilitation - a practice study about the value of technology and the values that shapes these practices (Science Track Contribution)
Serious and Fun Games (STS)
Chairs: Cecilia Sik-Lanyi (University of Panonia, HU)
Huang Lida: A study on gaze control - Game accessibility among novice players and motor disabled people (Science Track Contribution)
Lang Florian: Augmented Reality for People with Low Vision: Symbolic and Alphanumeric Representation of Information (Science Track Contribution)Ferrand Sylvain: A Real-time indoor localization method with low-costmicrowave Doppler radar sensors and particle filter (Science Track Contribution)Mcdonnell Marian: Investigating Usability and Engagement in a Money Management Application for Users with Intellectual Disability (Science Track Contribution)Dobosz Krzysztof: Accessibility of Mobile Card Games (Science Track Contribution)
Sofya Komarova: Design of a modular system exoskeleton and mobile application for hand rehabilitation after trauma injures. (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Coughlan James: An Indoor Navigation App using Computer Vision and Sign Recognition (Science Track Contribution)Tsuji Airi: Towards modeling of interpersonal proximity using head-mounted camera for children with ASD (Science Track Contribution)Nishchyk Anna: An augmented reality game for helping elderly to perform physical exercises at home (Science Track Contribution)
Soares Guedes Leandro: Enhancing interaction and accessibility in museums and exhibitions with Augmented Reality and Screen Readers (Science Track Contribution)Coughlan James: An Audio-Based 3D Spatial Guidance AR System for Blind Users (Science Track Contribution)Zegarra Flores Jesus: “ADAPEI-TRANSPORT”: a GPS based mobile app for learning paths and improving autonomy for young adults having intellectual disabilities to take public transport (Science Track Contribution)Sik Lanyi Cecilia: Developing a Serious Game for Children with Diabetes (Science Track Contribution)
Thevin Lauren: Guidelines for Inclusive Virtual Agents: How do Persons with Visual Impairments Detect and Recognize others and their Activities (Science Track Contribution)

Break

10:40 - 11:00

Session 10

11:00 - 12:20
Track ATrack BTrack CTrack D
XR Accessibility – Learning from the past and addressing real user needs for inclusive immersive environments (STS)
Chairs: Joshue O Connor (W3C/WAI, IE), Shadi Abou-Zahra (W3C Web Accessibility Initiative, AT), Mario Covarrubias ( Politecnico di Milano, Mechanical Engineering Department, IT), Beatrice Aruanno (Politecnico di Milano, Mechanical Engineering Department, IT)
Sarah Hélène Duval-Dachary: Motiv’Handed, a new home rehabilitation device for post-stroke hemiparetic patients. (Science Track Contribution)
Environmental Sensing Technologies for Visual Impairment (STS)
Chairs: James Coughlan (Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, US), Roberto Manduchi (UC Santa Cruz, US)
Iwamura Masakazu: Suitable Camera and Rotation Navigation for People with Visual Impairment on Looking for Something Using Object Detection Technique (Science Track Contribution)
Cognitive Disabilities and Accessibility - Pushing the Boundaries of Inclusion using Digital Technologies and Accessible eLearning Environments (STS)
Chairs: Susanne Dirks (TU Dortmund, DE), Christian Bühler (TU Dortmund, FTB Vollmarstein, DE), Cordula Edler (Ludwigsburg University of Education, DE), Peter Heumader (Institute Integriert Stuideren, Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT), Klaus Miesenberger (Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Abend Sonja: The MekoS Project (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)
Accessibility of Non-Verbal Communication (STS)
Chairs: Andreas Kunz (ETH Zürich, CH), Klaus Miesenberger (Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Koutny Reinhard: Accessible Multimodal Tool Support for Brainstorming Meetings (Science Track Contribution)
Al-khalifa Hend: Move-IT: A Virtual Reality Game for Upper Limb Stroke Rehabilitation Patients (Science Track Contribution)Leporini Barbara: SelfLens: A Personal Assistive Technology to Support the Independence of People with Special Needs in Reading Information on Food Items (Science Track Contribution)Nellen Cosima: Implementing New Technological Devices in Social Services: Introducing the miTAS Project (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Dhingra Naina: Detection and Localization of Pointing Gestures in a Tool Supported Metaplan Brainstorming (Science Track Contribution)
Wu Ting-fang: Usability of Virtual Reality Vocational Skills Training System for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (Science Track Contribution)Takeuchi Yoshinori: Expiry Date Recognition System by Combination of Deep Neural Network for Visually Impaired People (Science Track Contribution)Wuttke Laura: Can the Use of Augmented Reality help People with Learning Difficulties succeed at Vocational Training in Home Economics? (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Rodríguez Valencia Sergio Arturo : Communication device for people with cerebral palsy assisted with head movements (Science Track Contribution)
Covarrubias Mario: Virtual and Augmented Reality Platform for Cognitive tele-rehabilitation based System (Science Track Contribution)Yang Lizhi: Indoor Query System For The Visually Impaired (Science Track Contribution)Vanneste Pieter: Personalised AR instructions to tailor cognitive support during assembly work (Service and Practice Forum Contribution)Mcdonald John: Enabling Real-time 3D Display of Lifelike Fingerspelling in a Web App (Science Track Contribution)

Lunch Break

12:20 - 13:20

Keynote Session 3

13:20 - 15:00

XR Accessibility - Immersive Inclusive Environments

Chairs: Shadi Abou-Zahra (W3C) and Joshue O´Connor (W3C)

Keynote Speaker: Jutta Treviranus, The Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCADU)

Keynote Panel Discussion:
Jutta Treviranus, The Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U)
Chris Wilson, Product Manager at Google, Co-chair of the Immersive Web Working Group at W3C
Indira Knight, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art