Important Dates

This workshop will focus on personal multimedia data captured from wearable sensors. This workshop aims at bringing together interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners to discuss approaches to lifelog data analytics and applications. This first edition of LTA offers a forum to debate the opportunities and challenges for researchers and practitioners in this new and challenging area.

The workshop will take place in C2.04 at the Roeterseiland complex of the University of Amsterdam. The schedule is as follows:

09:00-09:15 - Introduction and Welcome

09:15-10:00
- Keynote talk by Maarten Den Braber (Quantified Self Amsterdam & SingularityU, NL) - Set of links here. Chair (Cathal Gurrin)

10:00-10:30
- Coffee Break

10:30-12:00
- Oral Session (4 speakers). Chair (Xavi Giro-i-Nieto)

  • Cued Retrieval of Personal Memories of Social Interactions. Seyed Ali Bahrainian, Fabio Crestani (University of Lugano (USI))

  • Personal Information Manager to Capture and Re-Access What We See on Computers. Zaher Hinbarji, Moohamad Hinbarji (Dublin City University), Rami Albatal (Heystaks Technologies Ltd.),Cathal Gurrin (Dublin City University)

  • Prizm: A Wireless Access Point for Proxy-Based Web Lifelogging. Jimmy Lin, Zhucheng Tu, Michael Rose, Patrick White (University of Waterloo)

  • NTCIR-12 Lifelog Data Analytics. Na Li, Cathal Gurrin, Martin Crane, Heather J. Ruskin (Dublin City University).


12:00-13:15 - Lunch

13:15-14:00 - Keynote talk Alisha Williams (University of Utrecht). Chair (Petia Radeva)

14:00-14:30 - Short Paper & Boaster/Spotlight Sessions
  • DeepDiary: Automatically Captioning Lifelogging Image Streams. Chenyou Fan and David Crandall (Indiana University). (position paper - 10 mins)

  • Enhancing Lifelogging Privacy through Computer Vision. Mohammed Korayem, Robert Templeman (Indiana University) Dennis Chen (Olin College), Apu Kapadia and David Crandall (Indiana University) (position paper - 10 mins)

  • Describing Lifelogs with Convolutional Neural Networks: A Comparative Study. Ana Garcia del Molino (A*STAR & NTU), Qianli Xu, Joo-Hwee Lim (A*STAR) (poster - 2 mins)

  • Organizing Egocentric Videos for Daily Living Monitoring. Alessandro Ortis, Giovanni Maria Farinella (Università degli Studi di Catania), Valeria D'Amico, Luca Addesso, Giovanni Torrisi (Telecom Italia), Sebastiano Battiato (Università degli Studi di Catania) (poster - 2 mins)

  • Where is my Phone? Personal Object Retrieval from Egocentric Images. Cristian Reyes, Eva Mohedano, Kevin McGuinness, Noel E. O’Connor (Dublin City University), Xavier Giro-i-Nieto (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya) (poster - 2 mins)



14:30-15:30 - Poster Session (9 posters). Chair (Mariella Dimiccoli) - Poster Size A0 (Portrait)
  • Describing Lifelogs with Convolutional Neural Networks: A Comparative Study

  • Organizing Egocentric Videos for Daily Living Monitoring

  • Where is my Phone? Personal Object Retrieval from Egocentric Images

  • Cued Retrieval of Personal Memories of Social Interactions

  • Personal Information Manager to Capture and Re-Access What We See on Computers

  • Prizm: A Wireless Access Point for Proxy-Based Web Lifelogging

  • NTCIR-12 Lifelog Data Analytics

  • DeepDiary: Automatically Captioning Lifelogging Image Streams

  • Enhancing Lifelogging Privacy through Computer Vision



15:30-15:45 - Coffee Break

15:45-16:45 - Panel Discussion. Chair (Cathal Gurrin) - Panelists: Prof Alan Smeaton, Prof Petia Radeva & Dr Giovanni Maria Farinella.

16:45 - Closing Session