ICCE BERLIN
@ IFA MESSE BERLIN
8 - 11 SEP

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Transforming
the NOW.
Digitally.

8-11 SEPTEMBER 2019

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9TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

ALL CONSUMER ROADS INTERSECT IN ICCE BERLIN

Dear friends!

We cordially invite You for the 9th time to be part of the International Conference of Consumer Electronics in Berlin ( “ICCE-Berlin”). ICCE-Berlin is part of the IFA fair, the leading trade show for Consumer Electronics and Home Appliances. In Berlin, a birthplace of consumer electronics, is one of Europe’s most exciting cultural centres and a vibrant city.

9th is the charm! Lots of changes to ICCE-Berlin 2019!

The Place Where Visions Start, the Place Where Visions Materialize!

The conference brings together researchers and engineers from industry, research centres, and academia to exchange information and results of recent work on systems, circuits, technologies, processes, and applications. In addition, it provides an excellent forum for the researchers, developers, and service providers to share their ideas, designs and experiences in such a proper environment as the IFA (https://www.ifa-berlin.com/).

And as the forum that follows and brings changes, we have to announce a new change in the name – “electronics” becomes “technologies”.

We invite you to be a part of this diverse community, to be at the source of future trends and to brainstorm, network, and help visions hit the road to reality!

This year again the IEEE CE Society, soon to be Consumer Technologies Society, is joining forces with other IEEE societies, VDE, and IFA to broaden and strengthen the CT subjects and scope of the conference. The conference will continue tradition of the world’s leading experts giving keynote speeches, high quality tutorials, panel discussions, workshops, tutorials, and products and prototype demonstration, social events, and fun. We are preparing a galore of surprises, which we will gradually reveal as the date draws closer, so bookmark this page and visit often.

Eagerly waiting to see you again or meet you for the first time.

Best,
The ICCE BERLIN 2019 Organizing Team

Information

We are in final count-down for the ICCE-Berlin. As the date draws closer, we get more excited! Here you will find updated information.

      1. Venue: CityCube @ IFA, floor minus 1 - ICCE-Berlin is part of IFA. This means that you need to go to Berlin Messe. You will find detailed instructions how to get to the venue building in Venue Guide.

      2. Program - see the menu on top.

      3. Gala Dinner - Seehof hotel. Detailed instructions in Venue Guide.

      4. Registration - Authors - through link "registration". This registration includes all material and gala dinner. This registration is mandatory for the authors which want their papers to be included in submission to IEEE Xplore, which is subject to IEEE policy. Note that participants/visitors can also register through IFA website (https://csg-ifa.shop.secutix.com/list/otherProducts), however, be advised that gala dinner and some materials are not included in IFA registration site.

ICCE BERLIN venue: IFA, Berlin Messe

When: 8 - 11 September 2019.

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Main sessions - Core topics

Boundaries between disciplines are breached and CE is a perfect example of multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and cross-technology work in action. The seed starts in fundamental sciences, nurtured via tools, management, units and empowered by services and systems, tailored by needs and desires, until it matures to off the shelf products. In this light topics include, but are not limited to the following:

Security and Privacy

Papers and presentations covering security and privacy aspects and giving solutions and ideas to improve these aspects in consumer technologies.

Energy Management

Papers and presentations covering aspects of energy management for consumer devices. This includes, but not limited to results, solutions, problem identification, new ideas, visions.

Smart Environments

Papers and presentations covering use cases and solutions for smart environments, including smart spaces, smart homes and smart cities.

Wireless & Network Technologies

RF, Wireless, and Network Technologies of CE Hardware and Software Systems (SPC)

Internet of Things

Internet of Things and Internet of Everywhere (IoT) - Papers and presentations presenting solutions which are specific to current problems in Internet of X.

Entertainment, Gaming, VR, AR

Papers and presentations presenting specific HW and SW solutions used in gaming and entertainment systems and applications
Papers and presentations presenting solutions which are used in contexts of virtual and augmented reality.

Image & Video, AV systems

AV Systems, Image and Video, and Cameras and Acquisition (AVS) - Papers and presentations covering aspects of image processing, video processing, including algorithms and systems which help visual information be acquired, processed, transmitted and presented.

Automotive CT Applications

Automotive CT Applications (CTA) - Papers and presentation presenting software stacks, software architectures and software implementation solutions which are used or could be used in vehicles.

CT Sensors and MEMS

Papers and presentations covering broad areas of hardware and software solutions for sensing and MEMS technologies.

Healthcare

Papers and presentations covering HW and SW solutions, including platforms and systems, and applications for consumer healthcare and wellness.

{Enabl, Brand & Market}ing & Manage.

Papers and presentations presenting a technology which can be utilized in the consumer context, therefore being an enabler. In addition, topic covers practices of development, project management and organizational aspects when designing and deploying technologies.

Device Technologies

Papers and presentations presenting devices which are to be used or leased by consumers. Devices shall have a clear consumer use case in mind (to the likes of smart phone, TV, STB, radio, home automation equipment etc).

AI, DL & Big data

Papers and presentations on artificial intelligence solutions, helped by big data mining technologies, which help develop new intelligent use cases for consumers.

Emerging Technologies & other

All technologies that can be in the root of future technologies, such as Quantum Computing, for example, or social implications of the technologies.

Teams

Organizing committee core group
General Conference Chair
Gordana Velikić (SRB)
Christian Gross (DE) - local
General Conference Co-Chairs:
Thomas Coughlin (USA)
Kiko Bellido (ES)
Nahum Gershon (USA)
Jing-Ming Guo (TW)
Fabrizio Lamberti (IT)
Technical Program Chairs
Milan Vidakovic (SRB)
Lucio Ciabattoni (IT)
Jose Maria Flores (ES)
Anirban Sengupta (IN)
Milan Bjelica (SRB)
Conference Coordinator
Charlotte Kobert (USA)
Past Chair 2018, Conference Treasurer
Reinhard Moeller (DE)
Benedikt Schmuelling (DE) ,Sponsorship chair
Carsten Dolar (DE) ,Treasurer co-chair
Technical Program Committee
Milan Bjelica, University of Novi Sad - Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Lucio Ciabattoni, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Supavadee Aramvith, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Mario Vranješ, , J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
Florina Almenares, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Francisco Bellido Outeiriño, University of Córdoba, Spain
Thomas Coughlin, Coughlin Associates, USA
Soumya Kanti Datta, EURECOM, France
Goran Dimić, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Ivan Kaštelan, Publication Chair, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Björn Krüger, Bonn University, Germany
Chao-Hsien Lee, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Petar Maric, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Bogdan Pavkovic, RT-RK Institute, Serbia
Vukota Pekovic, RT-RK Institute, Serbia
Thinagaran Perumal, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Vesna Petrović, The Higher Education Technical School of Professional Studies, Serbia
Nebojša Pjevalica, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Marija Punt, University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering, Serbia
Eduardo Quevedo, Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands, Spain
Kousik Sankar, CISCO Video Technologies, India
Helena Sarmento, Inesc-ID/IST/TU Lisbon, Portugal
Euiseong Seo, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Su-Lim Tan, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore
Andrea Tonello, University of Klagenfurt, Austria
Dmitry Vavilov, T-Systems RUS, Russia
Milan Vidakovic, University of Novi Sad - Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Milena Vujošević-Janičić, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Majida Alasady, University of Tikrit, Iraq
Marija Antic, RT-RK, Novi Sad, Serbia
Carsten Dolar, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Laurent Herault, CEA-LETI, France
Thinagaran Perumal, University Putra Malaysia
Jelena Vlaović, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
Kaikai Xu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Dr. Dipanjan Roy, IIIT Lucknow, India
Dr. Shingo Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Dr. Ismail Butun, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
Dr. Amey Kulkarni, Velodyne LiDAR, USA
Dr. Haruhiko Okumura, Toshiba Corporation, Japan
Dr. Vipul Mishra, Bennett University, India
Dr. Alak Majumdar, NIT Arunachal Pradesh, India
Prof. Pallabi Sarkar, VIT Bhopal University, India
Dr. Deepak Kachave, IIT Indore, India
CESoc Officers
President, Consumer Electronics Soc.
Wahab Almuhtadi (CAN)
CESoc Executive Director
Charlotte Kobert (USA)
VP of CE Conferences
Raed Abdullah (CAN)
Treasurer of CESoc
Branislav Djokic (CAN)
Co-Organizing Chairs and Officers
Christian Gross, Local Chair, VDE/ITG Liaison
Benedikt Schmülling (DE), CESoc Germany Chapter Chair
Uwe Kraus (DE), Publications
Ivan Kastelan (SRB), Publications
Konstantin Glasman (RU), Film and Video Production
Alexander Huhn (DE), Local Chair
Stefanie Trott (DE), Student Activities
Shingo Yamaguchi (JP), Young Professionals
Lee Stogner (USA), Marketing and Social Media
Kousik Sankar, Asia Liaison
Tamara Peretyagina (DE), IFA Liason
International Advisors
Hans L. Cycon (DE)
Dietmar Hepper (DE)
Peter Corcoran (IRL)
Tom G B Wilson (CAN)
Stefan Mozar (AUS)
Simon Sherratt (UK)
Wen-Chung Kao (TW)
Saraju Mohanty (USA)
Carsten Dolar, Bosch (DE)

Keynotes

Peter Peumans

senior vice president of life science technologies at imec

When healthcare becomes personal: technology giving power to the patient

Tiziana Catarci

Chair of the Department of Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering "Antonio Ruberti" of Sapienza University of Rome, selected among the 50 most influential women in the tech world in Italy!

Why did my laundry turn pink?
(Towards usability evaluation in home appliances and consumer electronics)


Standardization as enabler towards a data centric architecture in automotive

Ibrahim Gedeon

CTO, TELUS, Canada

Security and Privacy by Design

Klaus Muller

Professor, TU Berlin, Machine Learning and Brain-Computer Interfaces

Machine learning and AI for the sciences — towards understanding

Vasilis Ntziachristos

Technical University Munich & Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany

Optical and optoacoustic imaging : the revolution of label free observations

Robert Riener

ETH and University of Zurich, Switzerland

Rehabilitation robots that cooperate and motivate

Dejan Milojicic

Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Labs, FIEEE

Applying AI/ML to cybersecurity

Akihiko Sugiyama

Yahoo Japan Corporation, telecommunications, speech, and audio signal processing systems

Phase: Unexplored Wilderness in Signal Enhancement


Connected Consumers in a Digital World

Panels

Audience Wide panels – in these panels we encourage the audience to take the active part. The wireless microphone will be shared with all those brave ones that would like to share their opinion and ask questions.


Mobile technology has gone a long way since the days when devices were produced unchecked, had a small number of capabilities and were of questionable quality. Such current and future devices are expected to revolutionize health care as we know it through mobile health. Not just enabling patients in remote places to get the health care they need, but also enabling everybody to get some treatments at home without visiting the physician’s office. This could allow the early release of specific patients from the hospital when the treatment and rehabilitation could be done at home under the remote care of the physician or practitioner while the data is being captured and included in the patient’s medical records. This may also revolutionize the existing overall model of the interaction of patients with their physicians and other health care practitioners.
In this session, the audience and the panelists will discuss the promises and the challenges of this emerging field.
Organizer: Nahum Gershon, schmooz.org

We are facing rapid development in every field of technology, yet, the gender issue remains unresolved. Do we make a mountain out of a molehill, or we need to take the matter more seriously? How organizations like IEEE, ACM, or VDE can help? Does it require change at every level of the society, or the engineers can provide a unique solution that will set a rule?

Be part of this session, and help us find a point of view that is revolutionary.
Organizer: Dejan Milojicic

We are leaving the futuristic novels lives. There is a rumors that Elon Musk based some of his visions based on his favorite SciFi books. Join this panel and let us iknow about your visions and favorite novels.
Note: participants will get the towels

Workshops


This tutorial presents a way to identify the principle behind a solution. Through a process of clarifying the problem-solution relationship in technical writing, a better logic for the paper is built. A solid logic directly benefits the author(s) by making reviewers understand the contribution of the paper easily, leading to a higher acceptance rate. It is emphasized that the earlier mentioned clarification process to establish a solid logic often unveils a more general principle behind a solution, which may open a door to another research. Some examples to convince the audience support the value of technical writing.

Key point of each home-automation is to be controlled by a browser. Any browser. Plus – three levels:
Level 1. Connect sensors to computer
Level 2. Connect multiple computers to aggregating server
Level 3. Present data to end user via browser
This tutorial will talk about ways to achieve these three levels.
Player 1 - ready to participate? We dare you!!!

In this instructor-led workshop supported by NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI), you will explore the fundamentals of deep learning by training neural networks and using results to improve performance and capabilities. You’ll learn the basics of deep learning by training and deploying neural networks. Among other, you will be enabled to (1) implement common deep learning workflows, such as image classification and object detection; (2) experiment with data, training parameters, network structure, and other strategies to increase performance and capability; (3) deploy neural networks to start solving real-world problems. Upon completion, you’ll be able to start solving problems on your own with deep learning.
Each participant is awarded official NVIDIA DLI certificate of course completion.
NOTE: Please, bring your laptop.

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