Madita Herpich presented the work “Co-Designing a Recommender System for the Elderly” at the 10th ACM International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments, on the Island of Rhodes, Greece.
CARE wishes a merry Christmas and a happy new year!
On the 9th and 10th December 2015 the CARE team presented their work as part of the Status Seminar “Greek-German Days on Research Innovation & Young Scientists”, Athens with the help of a poster. As highlight of the event the CARE team was invited to a reception at the German Embassy in Athens.
On the 8th of December 2015 both teams of the German-Greek project met at the ICCS-NTUA, Athens.
There the results of the last months and the following steps were discussed.
On 26th November 2015 Prof. Dr. T. Rist and M. Herpich presented the publication “CARE – Ein digitaler Bilderrahmen mit Empfehlungsmodus für Senioren”, which was part of the Forum Medientechnik 2015, St.Pölten (Austria).
On July 3 our publication “Design of a Lifestyle Recommender system for the Elderly: Requirement Gatherings in Germany and Greece” was presented on the PETRA 2015 (on Corfu) by Charline Hondrou and Andreas Seiderer.
On July 2 the fourth project meeting took place at the Ionian University on Corfu, Greece. The current state of the project and the next studies were discussed.
The CARE project has been selected as project of the month December by the “Projektträger im DLR” (PT-DLR). Link to the article as PDF (in German)
On May 26th and 27th 2014 the conference “Dienstleistung in der digitalen Gesellschaft” (German for “Services in the digital society”) from the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) took place in Berlin, Germany, on which the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg (Marcus Mayr) and the University of
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In close collaboration of the University of Augsburg and the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, an architecture for the CARE system (see picture) has been developed, which is explained below: At first sensor data (of the environment and the user) is recorded and processed (into usable data). This data will be saved and is, from
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