This journal article, the fourth and main experiment of my PhD thesis was published in gold Open Access in the MDPI Sensors journal as part of the Special Issue Advanced Sensors Technology in Education by Daniele Di Mitri,Jan Schneider, Marcus Specht and Hendrik Drachsler
This study investigated to what extent multimodal data can be used to detect mistakes during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training.
The University of Poznan, in Poland venue of AIME'19.
The end of June 2019 I decided to attend Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIME'19)
(picture by Bibeg Limbu)
Took me a while to wrap my thoughts about JTELSS19 what I believe was the best summer school I ever been so far - the 15th EATEL Summer School (jTELSS19) https://ea-tel.eu/jtelss/jtelss2019/
The summer school is the European event for junior researchers in the field of educational technologies, and it gathered 87 PhD students and senior researchers from 23 countries.
The event took place in the first week of June 1 - 8th June in Giovinazzo, Bari, Italy and this time, I had the pleasure of being the local chair organising the logistics and organisational aspects of the summer school.
24-25th May I travelled to Beijing in China to present at the conference AI and Adaptive Education 2019 (AIAED 2019). I was invited by some Chinese-American researchers whom I met at the LAK'19 conference in Arizona.
AIAED (not to be confused with AIED) conference was organised for the third year in a row by the company Squirrel AI. It gathered 3000 attendees in the impressive location of the Beijing World Trade centre.