ZINC 2022 Conference Program

Time Hall Main Room Room B

Wednesday, May 25

08:00-09:00 R1: Registration    
09:00-10:40   T1: Topical session: Consumer healthcare 1 S1: Session 1: Communications, IoT
11:00-12:20   T2: Topical session: Consumer healthcare 2  
12:30-13:00   OP: Opening  
13:00-14:00 L1: Lunch    
14:00-15:40   T3: Topical session: Safer with the technology?  
16:00-17:20   T4: Topical session: Autonomous mobility: appropriate tools and verification practices S2: Session 2: Education
17:20-17:40    
17:50-19:30   T5: Topical session: Signal processing WS: Workshop: Women and girls in STEM and manufacturing
20:30-23:00 D1: Conference dinner    

Thursday, May 26

08:00-08:30 R2: Registration    
08:30-10:10   S3: Session 3: Marketing, management, e-commerce S4: Session 4: Tools
10:30-12:10   T6: Topical session: Cloud and Wireless T7: Topical session: Internet of Things
12:20-13:40   T8: Topical session: Consumer technologies and environmental impacts S5: Session 5: Machine learning 1
13:40-14:40 L2: Lunch    
14:40-16:20   T9: Topical session: Automotive systems S6: Session 6: Social, quality, electronics
16:40-18:00   T10: Topical session: Adopting autonomous driving: a rocky road? S7: Session 7: Machine learning 2
18:00-18:20    
18:30-19:00   CL: Closing & awards  

Wednesday, May 25 8:00 - 9:00

R1: Registration

Room: Hall
Chair: Jelena Gajic (RT-RK Institut, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 25 9:00 - 10:40

S1: Session 1: Communications, IoT

Room B
Chair: Ilija Basicevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Detecting anomalous user behavior from NGINX web server logs
Lenka Benova (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia); Ladislav Hudec (Faculty of Informatics and Information Technology, Slovak Technical University, Slovakia)
Autonomous Wireless Sensor System Design for Structural Health Monitoring Application
Prateek Asthana (Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland); Jim Harkin (University of Ulster, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Michael Hayes (Tyndall National Institute, Ireland)
Comparison of the performance of the different GPS receivers in practical applications
Nikola I Mitrović (University of Nis, Serbia); Danijel Dankovic (University of Nis, Faculty of Electronics Engineering, Serbia)
Software Defined Networking: The Impact of Scalability on Controller Performance
Danijel Čabarkapa (Academy of Vocational Studies, Serbia); Dejan Rancic (Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, Serbia)

T1: Topical session: Consumer healthcare 1

Room: Main room
Chairs: Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Alessandro Tonacci (Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC) National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy)

Digital solutions started to engulf various spheres of life, including medicine. Being that digitized medical equipment, or various wellness-related applications for end-user, serious games for rehabilitation and the application of VR in a Metaverse environment - we have it all. However, is this development sustainable? What about the safety and social implications of this technology?

In this session, we start with the latest innovation in consumer healthcare - VR/AR and Metaverse, opened by Dr. Nemanja Kovacev, an experienced digital health expert with an interesting professional background - Nemanja is a doctor of medicine with a Ph.D. and the IT expert app developer at the same time! Then, the session continues to give you most up-to-date research in the digital healthcare field, with the goal to discuss all the open aspects and worries stemming from this field.

Metaverse and Medicine
Nemanja Kovacev (SYRMIA LLC, Serbia)
An implementation of ECG measuring system
Pavle Milenković, Nikola Cvetković and Vladan Lapčević (University of Belgrade, Serbia); Goran Rapić (Meter&Control, Serbia); Vladimir Rajovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Biomarker-based approaches for dyslexia screening: A review
Milica M Jankovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Video Games and the Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Disorders in Young Adults
Nasim Alnuman and Abbas Abu Jbara (German Jordanian University, Jordan)

Wednesday, May 25 11:00 - 12:20

T2: Topical session: Consumer healthcare 2

Room: Main room
Chairs: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Marija Mitrović Dankulov (Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia)

In this session, we continue to dissect the newest research in digital consumer healthcare. This time we focus on telecare, with the great opening by our keynote speaker, Dr. Margarita Anastassova from the CEA Institute in France. Then, the session continues with the presentations and discussions with consumer healthcare researchers, pinpointing the frontiers of this field today.

Is remote patient monitoring the future of healthcare?
Margarita Anastassova (CEA LIST, France)
Neurophysiological correlates for Internet Addiction: a literature-based evidence
Alessandro Tonacci (Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC) National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy); Federica Candeliere (School of Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy); Giulia Crifaci (Institute of Neuroscience, National Research Council of Italy, Serbia); Lucia Billeci and Francesco Sansone (Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC) National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy)
On the Implementation of Contact Tracing via GPS
Arouven Poolian and Sandhya Armoogum (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius); Vinaye Armoogum (University of Technology, Mauritius (UTM), Mauritius); Geerish Suddul ((UTM) University of Technology, Mauritius)

Wednesday, May 25 12:30 - 13:00

OP: Opening

Room: Main room
Chair: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 25 13:00 - 14:00

L1: Lunch

Room: Hall

Wednesday, May 25 14:00 - 15:40

T3: Topical session: Safer with the technology?

Room: Main room
Chair: Bogdan Pavkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences & FTN, Novi Sad, Serbia)

In this session, we discuss the common pitfalls with new developments and solutions in safety-critical industries. Those industries are now increasingly getting digitized and starting to depend on complex hardware/software/mechanical configurations, often with centralized control by a computer. A starting panel and a series of presentations will reveal the current state of the field and provide interesting new insights.

Panelists include experts in the field from both industry and academia, including companies at the forefront of safe solutions development for automotive (TTTech Auto) as well as educators in the field (University of California San Diego).

Safety done right: Systems, Software, Standards and Attitudes
Bogdan Pavkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences & FTN, Novi Sad, Serbia); Vladimir Marinkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences at University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Dragana Đorđević Čegar (TTTech Auto CEE, Serbia); Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Security Considerations for Remote Terminal Units
Jose E Urrea Cabus, Ismail Butun and Robert Lagerström (KTH Royal University of Technology, Sweden)
Early Concept Evaluation of a Runtime Monitoring Approach for Safe Automated Driving
Ayhan Mehmed (Malardalen University, Sweden)
Increasing Safety and Privacy Against COVID-19 using IoTs and Enhanced Positioning Methods
Giannis F. Marias (Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece)

Wednesday, May 25 16:00 - 17:20

S2: Session 2: Education

Room B
Chair: Milan Vidakovic (University of Novi Sad - Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Clustered collaborative e-learning
Peter Bakonyi and Ivan Kotuliak (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia)
A Smart Virtual Tutor with Facial Emotion Recognition for Online Learning
Geerish Suddul ((UTM) University of Technology, Mauritius); Chandesh Lillmond (University of Technology, Mauritius); Sandhya Armoogum (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius)
Automotive sensors in classroom, guiding students for understanding complex architectures
Cosmin Tomozei, Iulian Furdu and Liliana Mâță (Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania)
Network security education: SQL injection attacks
Srdjan Zivanic, Stefan Ruvceski and Ilija Basicevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 25 16:00 - 17:40

T4: Topical session: Autonomous mobility: appropriate tools and verification practices

Room: Main room
Chair: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

In this session, we host a panel of distinguished speakers from both industry and academia, to discuss autonomous mobility "from within". What is required to develop autonomous mobility solutions? Which algorithms are needed? Can we rely upon those solutions in realistic environments? Can we simulate the real world so that we can perform adequate laboratory pre-verification and validation?

Institute of Physics Belgrade, SYRMIA LLC, and University of California San Diego discuss together with session presenters to answer the questions above!

Autonomous mobility: appropriate tools and verification practices
Đorđe Simić (Syrmia, Serbia)
How good is your algorithm: the significance of data diversity
Ana Vranić and Darja Cvetković (Institute of Physics Belgrade, University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Predicting public transport arrival time and congestion based on BLE beacon crowdsourced data
Bruno Zorić (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Croatia); Mario Dudjak (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, FERIT Osijek, Croatia); Dražen Bajer (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Croatia)
Theoretical Aspects of Automatically Generated Service-Oriented Communication Between ADAS and IVI Domains
Dušan Kenjić (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Tihomir Andjelic (RT-RK Computer Based Systems LLC, Serbia)
Framework and Database Handler Implementation for an Automotive Test Environment Generator
Ivan Kožul and Filip Garmaz (TTTech Auto CEE, Croatia); Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Nikola Teslic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 25 17:50 - 19:30

T5: Topical session: Signal processing

Room: Main room
Chair: Jelena Kovacevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

In this session, we are exploring various interesting applications of signal processing and the latest research in that regard. We start by a keynote speech by Dr. Christian Bolzmacher, who will show us the science behind the usage of various surfaces to produce sound. Further, we would explore various other signal processing research and discuss it together!

Bending wave control by space-time inverse filtering for spatial sound rendering on panel loudspeaker
Christian Bolzmacher (CEA LIST, France)
Analysis of a noise-based loudness compensation module for immersive audio systems within the car cabin
Jasmina Savić (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Jelena Kovacevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Azra Samac (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Robert Peckai-Kovac (RT-RK d.o.o., Serbia)
Morphological Difference of Closings Operator for No-Reference Quality Evaluation of DIBR-Synthesized Images
Dragana D Sandić-Stanković (Serbia); Dragan Kukolj (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Patrick Le Callet (Université de Nantes, France)
An approach to improving sound-based vehicle speed estimation
Nikola Bulatović and Slobodan Djukanović (University of Montenegro, Montenegro)

WS: Workshop: Women and girls in STEM and manufacturing

Margarita Anastassova and Sabrina Panëels (CEA, LIST, Sensory and Ambient Interfaces Laboratory, Palaiseau, France)
Room B

Women represent the largest pool of untapped talents for manufacturing. This limited involvement is mainly due to the lack of attraction of this sector for girls and to their underrepresentation within the major disciplines opening doors to manufacturing jobs. This, in turn, stems from an atavistic vision of women's role in industry, as well as from the lack of attractive promotion of manufacturing jobs and the associated educational paths to female students. In this talk, we will present an ongoing EIT Manufacturing project trying to promote manufacturing jobs (e.g. working with machinery and robots) to young girls. It uses short learning "nuggets" developed in Virtual Reality and incorporates role models to engage, inspire and attract girls to manufacturing jobs.

Wednesday, May 25 20:30 - 23:00

D1: Conference dinner

Room: Hall

Thursday, May 26 8:00 - 8:30

R2: Registration

Room: Hall
Chair: Jelena Gajic (RT-RK Institut, Serbia)

Thursday, May 26 8:30 - 10:10

S3: Session 3: Marketing, management, e-commerce

Room: Main room
Chair: Nir Kshetri (University of North Carolina--Greensboro & Kobe University, USA)
The Impact of the Tool Sken.io on Consumer Behavior in the Purchase Process
Milica Nikola Jevremovic (Information Technology School, Belgrade, Serbia); Vladimir Ceric and Nada Staletić (Academy of Technical and Art Applied Studies Belgrade, Serbia); Dušan Stojaković and Zorica Jelic (University Business Academy, Serbia)
Unity of Experience in Digital Marketing: The Example of the Gaming Company Fnatic
Stefan Kanazir and Valentin Kuleto (Information Technology School ITS-Belgrade, Serbia); Nevenka Popović Šević (University Business Academy in Novi Sad, Faculty of Contemporary Arts Belgrade, Serbia); Milena P. Ilić (Visoka Škola Strukovnih Studija Za Informacione Tehnologije ITS-Beograd, Serbia & University Business Academy in Novi Sad, Serbia); Vladimir Vuković (Information Technology School ITS-Belgrade, Serbia); Marija Panić (International School, LINKgroup, Serbia)
The Mobility as Antecedent of Mobile Payment E-Wallet
Leni Susanti and Doni Purnama Alamsyah (Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia)
Model of Relative Advantage on Mobile Payment
Norfaridatul Othman (Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia); Doni Purnama Alamsyah (Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia)
Improving Organizational Pattern Comprehensibility by Varying Their Form and Relationships
Tomáš Frťala and Valentino Vranić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia)

S4: Session 4: Tools

Room B
Chair: Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Implementation of Machine Outliner for nanoMIPS in the LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
Miloš Poletanović (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Zoran Jovanovic (Syrmia LLC, Serbia); Dragan Mladjenovic (Syrmia, Serbia); Miodrag Djukic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Parsers implementation within the test environment generator in automotive industry
Magdalena Tomašić, Ivan Romanić and Filip Širac (TTTech Auto CEE, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia)
Financial Justification of Code Analysis in the Automotive Industry by Using CI/CD
Pavle Dakić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia & Singidunum University, Serbia); Vladimir Todorović (MB University, Serbia); Valentino Vranić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia)
Adding support for integrated nanoMips assembler to LLVM
Nemanja Rakovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Miodrag Djukic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Dragan Mladjenovic (Syrmia, Serbia)
Test environment code and test-case generators
Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia); Dino Brkić and Abraham Kostić (TTTech Auto CEE Osijek, Croatia); Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Thursday, May 26 10:30 - 12:10

T6: Topical session: Cloud and Wireless

Room: Main room
Chairs: Ismail Butun (KTH Royal University of Technology, Sweden), Dragan Samardzija (Bell Labs, Nokia, USA)

In this session, we discuss the proliferating factors for the digitization of our complete world: cloud technologies and services, and Internet of Things solutions. This session is also going to be a mixture of insights from both the industry (EPAM) and academia (4 paper presentations) with the goal to uncover the following: Which technologies are the best to select today, among the myriad of choices? What are the effects such networking can present to consumers? Should we be too afraid regarding our privacy, but also our safety?

Cloud Architecture Principles
Oleg Tsal-Tsalko (EPAM, Ukraine)
Evaluation of LTE and 5G qualitative parameters for V2X use cases
Matej Janeba (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia); Peter Lehoczký and Marek Galinski (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia); Tomáš Milesich and Ján Danko (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia); Ivan Kotuliak (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia)
Efficient dynamic management of IEEE 802.11 networks using SDN
Vladimír Bernolák and Peter Lehoczký (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia); Rastislav Bencel (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia); Ivan Kotuliak (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia)
Towards Smart Sensing Systems: A New Approach to Environmental Monitoring Systems by Using LoRaWAN
Junaid Qadir (University of Genova, Italy & KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Ismail Butun and Robert Lagerström (KTH Royal University of Technology, Sweden); Paolo Gastaldo and Daniele D. Caviglia (University of Genoa, Italy)

T7: Topical session: Internet of Things

Room B
Chair: Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

With new developments, the IoT systems continue to help users worldwide connect with their surroundings, changing the way we live, work, and communicate. IoT solutions intend to make our life easier and more enjoyable, and in this session we consider some of the newest achievements in the industry of smart sensing systems and smart home solutions, focusing on user experience.

We will start with the panel in which field experts, from both industry and academia, discuss the current state of the IoT world. The following series of presentations will then provide some interesting new solutions and results.

The promise of IoT: Are we there?
Istvan Papp, Marija Antic and Milan Lukic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Vilmos Simon (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Smart Home Integration with Third Party Camera Platform
Sima Spasojevic (University of Novi Sad & OBLO Living, Serbia); Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
User Interface for the Creation of Smart Home Automation Rules
Pavle Micovic (Oblo Living, Serbia); Marija Antic and Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Dusan Davidov (Oblo Living, Serbia)

Thursday, May 26 12:20 - 13:40

S5: Session 5: Machine learning 1

Room B
Chair: Velibor Ilic (The Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development of Serbia, Serbia)
An emperor penguin optimizer application for medical diagnostics
Luka Jovanovic, Miodrag Zivkovic and Milos Antonijevic (Singidunum University, Serbia); Dijana Jovanovic (College of Academic Studies Dositej, Serbia); Milica Ivanovic (Singidunum University, Serbia); Hothefa Shaker (Modern College of Business and Science, Oman)
Firefly-XGBoost Approach for pedestrian detection
Aleksandar Petrovic, Ivana Strumberger and Milos Antonijevic (Singidunum University, Serbia); Dijana Jovanovic and Djordje Mladenovic (College of Academic Studies Dositej, Serbia); Amit Chhabra (Guru Nanak Dev University, India)
Extending Parking Occupancy Detection Model for Night Lighting and Snowy Weather Conditions
Michael Kročka (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia); Pavle Dakić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia & Singidunum University, Serbia); Valentino Vranić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia)
Detecting malicious IoT traffic using Supervised Machine Learning algorithms
Sandhya Armoogum and Harikeish Fowdur (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius); Geerish Suddul ((UTM) University of Technology, Mauritius); Vinaye Armoogum (University of Technology, Mauritius (UTM), Mauritius)

T8: Topical session: Consumer technologies and environmental impacts

Room: Main room
Chairs: Nebojsa Pjevalica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Valentino Vranić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia)

In this session, we explore the correlation between environmental impacts and consumer technologies, discussing both repercussions of new technologies as well as how the environment monitoring can aid the improvement of consumer technologies.

We start with a keynote speech by Dr. Nir Kshetri, who will analyze the discourses surrounding blockchains' energy consumption and discuss the actors and actions involved.

Blockchain networks' energy consumption and environmental impact: Economic, political, and social discourses and key argumentations
Nir Kshetri (University of North Carolina--Greensboro & Kobe University, USA)
The Role of Ergonomics in Consumer Products Design
Aleksandar Zunjic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
External PCB temperature regulation during a bed-of-nails testing method based on environment and near processor temperature measurements
Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia); Tibor Piskač (TTTech Auto CEE Osijek, Croatia); Vladimir Marinkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences at University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Nikola Teslic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Thursday, May 26 13:40 - 14:40

L2: Lunch

Room: Hall

Thursday, May 26 14:40 - 16:20

S6: Session 6: Social, quality, electronics

Room B
Chair: Miodrag Djukic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
A study of media texts in the Slovak language
Igor Stupavský and Valentino Vranić (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia)
Construction of Membership Function for Quality Requirement Metrics
Radomir Prodanović (Center for Applied Mathematic and Electronic, Serbia); Dejan Rancic (Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, Serbia); Ivan B Vulić (University of Defence, Belgrade, Serbia)
Spatial Analysis of Elderly Access to Photographic Services and Their Rating in Skopje
Andreja Naumoski (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje & Faculty of Computer Science and Enigneering, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of); Filip Gjorgjioski (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of)
Just Noticeable Difference Prediction and Image Quality Assessment
Nenad Stojanović, Boban Bondžulić and Boban Pavlović (University of Defence in Belgrade, Military Academy, Serbia); Vladimir S. Petrović (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Omar Zelmati (University of Defence in Belgrade, Serbia)

T9: Topical session: Automotive systems

Room: Main room

In this session, we host a panel of eminent speakers to discuss automotive systems, from multimedia systems to functional Safety. Following presentations further review the subject of Linux for Automotive, discussing the problems and challenges of such implementations and concluding with a case study that suggests a solution for managing traffic flows!

Linux for Automotive: From Multimedia to Functional Safety
Bojan Mrazovac (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia & NTT Data, Romania); Radu Ivanus (NXP, Romania); Dirk Weihrauch (Red Hat, Germany); Minh Cao (RIDDLE&CODE, Austria)
Analysis of minimum system requirements for running Android OS inside a Linux container
Dario Perić (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Vladimir Marinkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences at University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Mario Perić and Srđan Usorac (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Development of domain specific language for modeling software components following AUTOSAR standard
Sasa Serafimovski (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Momcilo Krunic and Dragan Marjanovic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)
Data Fusion for Public Transport Traffic Data Analysis: A Case Study
Marek Ceľuch and Marek Galinski (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia); Rastislav Bencel (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia)

Thursday, May 26 16:40 - 18:00

S7: Session 7: Machine learning 2

Room B
Chair: Milena Vujošević Janičić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics, Serbia)
Vegetation suppression system on and near the railway tracks based on PLC and deep learning
Velibor Ilic (The Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development of Serbia, Serbia); Milan Romic (Real Impeks, Serbia); Slobodan Ilic (The Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development of Serbia, Serbia)
Plant classification using firefly algorithm and support vector machine
Luka Jovanovic, Nebojsa Bacanin, Milos Antonijevic, Eva Tuba and Milica Ivanovic (Singidunum University, Serbia); K. Venkatachalam (University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
Optimizing Extreme Learning Machine by Animal Migration Optimization
Ana Vesic, Marina Marjanovic Jakovljevic, Aleksandar Petrovic, Ivana Strumberger, Eva Tuba and Timea Bezdan (Singidunum University, Serbia)
An Artificial Neural Network Approach for Road Accident Severity Prediction
Jameel Sowdagur ((UTM) University of Technology, Maurituis); Tawheeda Rozbully-Sowdagur ((UTM) University of Technology, Maurituis, Mauritius); Geerish Suddul ((UTM) University of Technology, Mauritius)

Thursday, May 26 16:40 - 18:20

T10: Topical session: Adopting autonomous driving: a rocky road?

Room: Main room

In this very interesting session we are intersecting the findings from research on driver attitudes toward autonomous driving, and also other factors which may affect the wider adoption of self-driving vehicles on our roads. What can we expect in this regard? Are we anticipating the problems and researching the possible solutions, in case the trust in the technology is diminished by accidents? We are going to assess this through a short presentation by CEA Institute (France) and then a discussion with companies in the automotive industry. Finally, a few research presentations will show us where we currently stand.

Drivers' attitudes to automated driving: insights from a questionnaire and discussion forums
Margarita Anastassova (CEA LIST, France); Sabrina Panëels (CEA, LIST, Sensory and Ambient Interfaces Laboratory, Palaiseau, Serbia)
Color image segmentation based on thresholding for advanced driver assistance systems
Luka Budak (TTTech Auto CEE, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia); Nenad Cetic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Ivan Kastelan (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Performance of spatial digital image filtering on a real Advanced Driver Assistance System platform
Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia); Kristina Opačak (TTTech Auto CEE Osijek, Croatia); Jelena Kovacevic and Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Thursday, May 26 18:30 - 19:00

CL: Closing & awards

Room: Main room
Chair: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)