ICEDEG 2019: SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDEMOCRACY & EGOVERNMENT
PROGRAM

Days: Wednesday, April 24th Thursday, April 25th Friday, April 26th

Wednesday, April 24th

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09:00-10:30 Session 2: Tutorial 1 (part I)

Instructors: Prof. Bart Knijnenburg and Dr. Aigul Kaskina. More details here.

11:00-12:30 Session 3: Tutorial 1 (part II)

Instructors: Prof. Bart Knijnenburg and Dr. Aigul Kaskina. More details here.

14:00-14:30 Session 4: Tutorial 2 (part I)

Instructor: Dr. Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen. More details here.

16:00-17:30 Session 5: Tutorial 2 (part II)

Instructor: Dr. Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen. More details here.

Thursday, April 25th

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09:00-10:00 Session 7: Keynote 1: Cloud Computing for eGovernment

Speaker: Alberto Jimenez. IaaS Product Leader for IBM Cloud Hyper Protect. More details here.

10:30-11:30 Session 8A: Expert systems, collaborative working, and IoT
10:30
MQTT-based Prototype Rover with Vision-as-a-Service (VAAS) in an IoT Dual-Stack Scenario (abstract)
10:50
Determination of open pit mining zones through Digital Processing of Multi-spectral images and PPI Method – a case study of Southern Ecuador (abstract)
11:10
Contrasting the perceptions about Citizen Participation between Organized Civil Society and Government with an Open Government approach: the case of the State of Jalisco, Mexico. (abstract)
10:30-11:30 Session 8B: eHealth services, disease management, policy, and practice
10:30
Electronic System for Detection and Control of Preeclamsia in Pregnant Women (abstract)
10:50
Developing Health Sector Website Assessment Instrument: Outcomes from Portuguese Hospitals (abstract)
11:10
Approach to e-health practices in Ecuador (abstract)
11:30-12:30 Session 9A: eAdministration, cloud computing, and eServices
11:30
Architecture for Electronic Notifications Services on the Cloud A Model Driven Approach (abstract)
11:50
Local e-government sophistication in Ecuador: the case of the Manabí province (abstract)
12:10
On Facilitating Cross-Border e-Commerce through an Automated VAT Declaration System (abstract)
11:30-12:30 Session 9B: Open data, eProcurement, and eAdministration
11:30
A Survey on the Problems Affecting the Development of Open Government Data Initiatives (abstract)
11:50
Analysing dissenting votes through electronic Justice from online posts to streets: a real case (abstract)
12:10
On Leveraging the Potential of Open Data to Enhance Transparency and Accountability (abstract)
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

Juan Gustavo Corvalán. Director of Artificial Intelligence Lab (Law) / University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. More details here.

15:30-16:30 Session 11B: Social network participation, eElections, citizen democracy, and political controlling
15:30
Estimating Public Opinions Using Twitter Data: The Case of the 2018 Ecuadorian National Referendum and Constitutional Reforms (abstract)
15:50
A protocolized, comparative study of Helios Voting and Scytl/iVote (abstract)
16:10
Presidential Elections in Ecuador: Bot Presence in Twitter (abstract)
16:30-18:00 Session 12A: Poster session
16:30
Standardization a Key Factor of Industry 4.0 (abstract)
16:30
Quality Evaluation Processes and Its Impulse to Digital Transformation in Ecuadorian Universities (abstract)
16:30
Dasometric analysis applying terrestrial laser scanner and conventional techniques for the estimation of aboveground biomass in a forest of the Inter-Andean Valley in Ecuador (abstract)
16:30
Reliable security alternative: Quantum cryptography (abstract)
16:30
Using Reddit data for Multi-label text classification of Twitter Users Interests (abstract)
16:30
Strengthening oral competence through Computer Assisted Pronunciation Training, a preliminary study (abstract)
16:30
Problems of Legal Regulation of Telemedicine: Russian and International Experience (abstract)
16:30
Transparency and Public Information on the Internet: In Search of Accountability in the Legislative and Judicial Branches of the South American Scenario (abstract)
16:30
Electromyographic System of High Sensitivity applied to the Detection of Myopathies in Elite Athletes. (abstract)
16:30
Assessing the usability of Air Quality mobile application (abstract)
16:30
Monitoring System of Physiological Signals with Emergencies Management for the road safety of Cyclists (abstract)
16:30
ICT as an enabler of improvements in life quality perception of older adults in risk of social exclusion: A case of study (abstract)
16:30
Women in Politics and their Presence in Twitter: Argentina as a Case Study (abstract)
16:30
Fuzzy Logic that Determines Sky Conditions as a Key Component of a Smart Irrigation System (abstract)
16:30
Data mining techniques applied in the Tax Administration. Literature Reviex (abstract)
16:30-18:00 Session 12B: Doctoral Symposium
Chair:
16:30
Analysis of social and legal issues on critical infrastructures in Spain (abstract)
16:50
Methodological Framework based on Digital Technologies for the Implementation of Industry 4.0 in SMEs (abstract)
17:10
E-Democracy and Information society (abstract)
17:30
Assessing the effects of crowdlaw initiatives: experiences from Latin America (abstract)
21:00-23:00 Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will take place at the restaurant Pim´s Panecillo. Address: General Melchor Aymerich - Cima del Panecillo. More details here.

Friday, April 26th

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09:00-10:00 Session 13: Keynote 3: Success Factors and Challenges in Korea’s E-government Development

Speaker: Soonae Yang, NIPA Advisor to High National Studies Insitute (IAEN), Ecuador. More details here.

10:30-11:30 Session 14A: Cybercrime, IoT, and decision support
10:30
Monitoring and Telemanagement System of Electric Consumption in Residential Loads based on an IoT Architecture (abstract)
10:50
E-governance and the Challenge of Cybercrime in Nigeria (abstract)
11:10
A Classification and Data Visualization Tool applied to Human Migration Analysis (abstract)
10:30-11:30 Session 14B: Citizen learning, collaborative learning, and eMedicine
10:30
CALMS: A Context-Aware Learning Mobile System Based on Ontologies (abstract)
10:50
User experience evaluation of an interactive virtual reality-based system for upper limb rehabilitation (abstract)
11:10
Human Rescue based on Autonomous Robot KUKA YouBot with Deep Learning Approach (abstract)
11:30-12:30 Session 15A: Smart cities, disease management, and decision support
11:30
A Fuzzy Cognitive Map (FCM) as a learning model for early prognosis of seasonal related virus diseases in tropical regions (abstract)
11:50
Soft-computing Modeling and Prediction of Gender Equality (abstract)
12:10
Cognitive smart cities and deep learning: a proposed classification framework (abstract)
11:30-12:30 Session 15B: Mobile emergency, and security, privacy and ethics for eGovernment
Chair:
11:30
Use of Multitemporal Indexes in the Identification of Forest Fires – A case study of southern Chile (abstract)
11:50
A Forensics Activity Logger to Extract User Activity from Mobile Devices (abstract)
12:10
SDR-Based Portable Open-Source GSM/GPRS Network for Emergency Scenarios (abstract)
14:00-15:00 Session 16: Keynote 4: Global Trade, Borders, and Technology

Speaker: Sean A. McKenna, IBM Research, Dublin, Ireland. More details here.

15:30-16:30 Session 17A: Data & opinion mining, smart cities, and eEducation
15:30
Accessibility Evaluation of Multimedia Resources in selected Latin America Universities (abstract)
15:50
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Workers Profiling through Clustering Analysis (abstract)
16:10
Digital transactions mining to characterize temporal rhythms of a city (abstract)
15:30-16:30 Session 17B: eHealth services, tele-monitoring, and demand & disease management
15:30
Wearable telemedicine system for real-time monitoring of electrocardiographic signals (abstract)
15:50
Health Recommender Systems: A State-of-the-art Review (abstract)
16:10
Computational detection of cervical uterine cancer (abstract)