PerDial 2019

The 1st International Workshop on Pervasive Computing and Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology (PerDial 2019) in conjunction with the IEEE PerCom 2019

News

Deadline was extended!
December 10th, 2018 (23:59 AoE)

Overview

The 1st International Workshop on Pervasive Computing and Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology (PerDial 2019) aims to serve as a platform for cross-disciplinary discussions on ways, problems, challenges and perspectives of mutual integration of Spoken Dialogue Systems and Pervasive Computing technologies.

The 1st International Workshop on Pervasive Computing and Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology (PerDial 2019)
in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom 2019)
11-15, March 2019
Kyoto, Japan

Call for Papers

Spoken Dialogue Systems have been a hot topic of discussion in a research community for the last two decades. They are an inalienable part of Human-Computer Interaction, and allow the integration of Artificial Intelligence systems in our everyday lives smoothly and naturally, through an easy, human-like communication. Pervasive Computing technologies can contact the user at a close level as well as be insensibly integrated into the environment, providing spatially distributed information. Being a part of the smart environment, each smart device serves as a mini personal assistant and requires an ability to interact with the user to be able to be more adaptive, user-friendly and effective.

While both topics have recently been an interest of researchers, questions of integration between pervasive computing and spoken dialogue systems have been discussed within each community. The Interdisciplinary potential of both fields has not yet been investigated in detail. A more active cooperation between both communities may open the way for more powerful and user friendly Pervasive Computing Systems. The proposed workshop will help to explore possible challenges and suggestions to progress them. We aim to create the first and unique venue for discussion and collaboration between experts from these disciplines.

Topics of this workshop include, but are not limited to:

Submission Guidelines

Paper Template
IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings
Paper format
double-column, 10-pt font, A4-size paper
Page limitation
6 pages
(The authors will be able to buy an additional page for the camera-ready version)
Submission page
EDAS

NOTE

Important Dates

Paper Submission Due
November 10Extended: December 10, 2018 (23:59 AoE)
Acceptance Notification
December 22Extended: December 31, 2018
Camera-Ready Due
January 11, 2019

Organizers

Program Committee (*sorted by family name)

Organizing Committee

Contact

matsuda.yuki.mr3@is.naist.jp