APPEL A PARTICIPATION: DEADLINE 31 MAI 2019 « Workshop Visualization & HCI for Crowd-Sourcing »

25th June Clermont Ferrand

https://sites.google.com/site/sandrobimonte/viscrowd

With the support of :

GDR CNRS IG-RV (Informatique Géométrique et Graphique, Réalité Virtuelle et Visualisation)

with

GT Visualisation

AND

GDR CNRS MAGIS (Méthodes et Applications pour la Géomatique et l’Information Spatiale)

with Action Prospective VGI et Crowdsourcing

This day aims to bring together the actors, academics and industrialists of the French community in visualization and HCI, to discuss

and with the support of the ANR project VGI4bio

VENUE : IRSTEA, Clermont – Ferrand

INSCRIPTION GRATUITE MAIS OBLIGATOIRE: DEADLINE 31 MAI 2019 envoyer un mail à sandro.bimonte@irstea.fr

Description

The term crowdsourcing was first introduced in 2006 to describe a new marketplace whereby anyone having Internet access (also known as the crowd) could contribute to the completion of a task for free or in exchange for a monetary reward.

Over the years, crowdsourcing became a well-accepted marketplace for recruiting large groups of participants for empirical research in diverse disciplines.

This led to the era of crowd science and the definition of passive versus active crowdsourcing. Crowsourcing data is most common task: data can be provided via several different sources such as social networks, open data, volunteers’ activities, etc. However, volunteers also participate in completion of other tasks, such as testing applications, comments on products, etc. Crowdsourcing activities can be handled in individual processes but also using collaborative systems (ex: group decision systems, Web 2.0 systems, etc.). Visualization in crowdsourcing systems raises several issues since it must take into account taking into account the particularities of (i) data (such as data quality, privacy, …) (ii) users (credibility, unskilled IT users, …), (iii) tasks (collaboration, complexity, etc.).

This workshop will be a cross-disciplinary event allowing researchers to discuss about any issues concerning Visualization/HCI and Crowdsourcing. The main goal is to create collaborations among researchers about research topics (with oral presentations), developed systems and tools (with demo presentations), on-going and/or future projects to define some possible research topics and consortium, and finally creation/participation to academic courses.

Topics are (not exhaustive list):

– Recommendation and visualization of crowdsourced data

– Collaborative visualisation

– Visualization/HCI and Business Intelligence integration in crowdsourcing systems

– Visualization/HCI and group decision system integration in crowdsourcing systems

– Social Web Oriented HCI/Visualization

– Human centered systems

– Human-machine interface for crowdsourcing

– Privacy, confidentiality and privacy by design issues in crowdsourcing systems

– Design, Evaluation and Testing of crowdsourcing systems

– …

Chairs

Sandro Bimonte, IRSTEA, TSCF, Clermont Ferrand

Cyril de Runz, CReSTIC, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne

Ali HASSAN, UMANIS, Paris

Julien Tierny, Univ Sorbonne, Paris

Guillaume Touya, LASTIG, IGN

Program

9h-9h30 ACCUEIL

9h30-10h30 KEYNOTE Using Crowdsourcing to Study How the Brain Perceives and Remembers Visual Quantities, Steve Haroz, INRIA (résumé)

10h30-11h00 PAUSE CAFE

11h00-11h20 Decoding the soundscape using deep learning models: a system to support long-term acoustic monitoring of wildlife occupancy with citizen science input, Yliess Hati, Responsive Environments, MIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

11h20-11h40 Interface de recueil de réponses à des questions équivoques pour le crowdsourcing, Constance Thierry, DRUID – Univ Rennes, CNRS, IRISA – Université de Rennes 1

11h40-12h00 Crowd-sourcing visualization for the OPGC hydrometeoric crystals collection, Emmanuel Delage (OPGC) and Christophe Duroure (LaMP-OPGC)

12h00-13h30 PAUSE REPAS

13h30-13h50 Zoome encore un peu… Une interface de saisie de données géographiques qui permet d’être au bon niveau détail, Guillaume Touya, LASTIG, équipe GEOVIS, IGN

13h50-14h10 SEMIO WIKI, une plateforme collaborative pour la definition de la semiologies de cartes, Sandro Bimonte, IRSTEA, Clermont Ferrand

14h10-14h30 Le projet PORTIC: PORts et Technologies de l’Information et la Communication. Questionner et visualiser les dynamiques de la navigation et du commerce du XVIIIe siècle à l’ère de la révolution numérique, Christine Plumejeaud, Littoral Environnement et Sociétés (LIENSs), UMR 7266

14h30-15h00 PAUSE CAFE

15h00-16h00 TABLE RONDE

Cordialement

Regards

Sandro Bimonte

Catégorie(s) : Appels à communication, Communications scientifiques

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