QEEMS will offer an exciting program, comprising a keynote speech and technical sessions – with presentations and demos on Monday, May 29th. On Tuesday, May 30th, a tutorial will be hosted together with QoMEX 2017, and participants of QEEMS may attend the QUALINET meeting as well.

Day 1 – Monday, May 29


08:00–09:00: Registration

09:00–09:10: Welcome Speech (Werner Robitza)

09:10–10:00: Keynote: Andrew Perkis: Sensor based interactive digital storytelling – Case: Adressaparken in Trondheim (Chair: Péter A. Kara)

10:00–10:30: Coffee Break

10:30–11:30: Networks (Panel Chair: Alcardo Alex Barakabitze):

  • Alessandro Floris and Luigi Atzori: Towards the evaluation of Quality of Experience of Internet of Things applications
  • Alex Mongi, Aloys Mvuma and Justinian Anatory: Mapping Smart-device, Network and Video Quality of Service parameters to Quality of Experience

11:30–12:30: Underinvestigated Topics in QoE (Panel Chair: Anne-Flore Perrin):

  • Carolina Rico-Olarte, Diego Lopez and Sara Kepplinger: User Experience Evaluation Methods in Games for Children with Cognitive Disabilities: A Systematic Review
  • Tamás Péteri, Norbert Varga and László Bokor: Study on Medical QoE Evaluation of Wireless Multimedia Transmission in Mobile Healthcare

12:30–14:00: Lunch Break


14:00–15:00: New Technologies (Panel Chair: Arslan Ahmad):

  • Peter A. Kara, Aron Cserkaszky, Attila Barsi and Maria G. Martini: The Couch, the Sofa, and Everything in between: Discussion on the Use Case Scenarios for Light Field Video Streaming Services
  • Subbareddy Darukumalli, Peter A Kara, Attila Barsi and Maria G Martini: How to Rate the New Glasses-free Experience: Subjective Quality Assessment Methodologies for Experiments on Light Field Displays

15:00–15:30: QoE-Net Presentations and Open Round

15:30–16:00: Coffee Break

16:00–17:10: QoE Assessment (Panel Chair: Subbareddy Darukumalli):

  • Lana Jalal and Maurizio Murroni: A Nonlinear Quality of Experience Model for High Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Mulsemedia
  • Anne-Flore Perrin and Touradj Ebrahimi: Towards an implicit time-continuous assessment of Quality of Experience for immersive multimedia
  • Rafael Zequeira Jiménez, Laura Fernández Gallardo and Sebastian Möller: Scoring Voice Likability using Pair-Comparison: Laboratory vs. Crowdsourcing Approach

17:10–18:00: Encrypted Stream Monitoring (Panel Chair: Avsar Asan):

  • Steve Göring, Alexander Raake and Bernhard Feiten: A Framework for QoE Analysis of Encrypted Videos Streams
  • Irena Orsolic, Lea Skorin-Kapov and Mirko Suznjevic: Towards a Framework for Estimation of YouTube QoE Based on Monitoring of Encrypted Traffic

19:00 – open end: Dinner and Social Event, including awards

Day 2 – Tuesday, May 30

  • 08:00–12:00: Tutorial – Statistical analysis of sensory data: An introduction to methods and dedicated open source software tools. For details, see the QoMEX Website.
  • 12:00–13:00: Lunch
  • 13:00–18:00: Qualinet Meeting