Measuring the Impossible
Wageningen, The Netherlands
May 14th-15th, 2009
Workshop 3 Presentations
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Workshop 3 invitation
The workshop addresses interdisciplinary research and novel investigative methods for the measurement of multidimensional, complex phenomena mediated by human perception and interpretation: Measuring the Impossible.
It will be an occasion to share advancements, findings and achievements of research projects related to ‘impossible measurements’. This will be done in an open and unrestricted dialogue among the disciplines, interdisciplines and application areas of the physical, natural, psychological and social sciences. Projects funded within the EU-FP6 “Measuring the Impossible” initiative, as well as other research projects are welcome.
The workshop will be organised in sessions dedicated to specific topics within the Measuring the Impossible.
This workshop will focus on the presentation and discussion of methods and research in the following areas:
- measurement theory
- human perception
- neuroscience, including fMRI
- physical/physiological measurements including vision and audio
- modelling including pattern recognition/machine learning/reasoning
This is the third “Measuring the Impossible” workshop and part of a series of events organised within the framework of the MINET (Measuring the Impossible NETwork) project, part of the EU-FP6 initiative Measuring the Impossible.
Thursday, May 14
|09:00 – 09:25||Registration|
|09:25 – 09:30||Opening address/announcements
Gerie van der Heijden
|09:30 – 09:55||The role of subjective confidence in the regulation of memory accuracy
Asher Koriat, Project: Eyewitmem
|09:55 – 10:20||Exploring the metabolic driving forces behind tomato taste attributes
|10:20 – 10:50||Coffee, Tea|
|10:50 – 11:35||Invited speaker: Prof J. Koenderink – Sizing Up Mental Objects|
|11.35 – 12:00||Significance of the Weibull distribution and its sub-models in natural image statistics
Victoria Yanulevskaya, Project: PERCEPT
|12:00 – 12:25||Eye movement-based parsing of brain activity reveals distinct visual processing streams
Jan Bernard Marsman, Project: PERCEPT
|12:25 – 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 – 13:55||Modelling of visual and tactile perception of textures in Syntex
Christian Eitzinger, Project: Syntex
|13:55 – 14:20||Development of a bio-mimetic tactile sensor for texture exploration
Florian de Boissieu, Project: MONAT
|14:20 – 14:45||Recording of vital parameters under mobile conditions
Wigand Poppendieck, Project: Feel Europe
|14:45 – 15:30||Coffee, Tea. Transport to Restaurant of the Future|
|15:30 – 17:00||Talk and Tour Restaurant of the Future http://www.restaurantvandetoekomst.wur.nl/uk
Rene de Wijk
|17:00 – 18:30||Drinks at Restaurant of the Future|
|18:30 – approx. 21:00||Diner at Restaurant of the Future|
|Approx. 21:00||Transport to hotel|
Friday, May 15
|09:00 – 09:25||Measuring the Perception of Everyday Sounds
Hendrik Purwins, Project: CLOSED
|09:25 – 09:50||Measurement of bowing gestures in violin performance
Erwin Schoonderwaldt, Project: Braintuning
|09:50 – 10:25||Beatrice de Gelder, Project: COBOL|
|10:25 – 10:50||Coffee, Tea|
|10:50 – 11:35||Invited speaker: Prof H. Bekkering – Measuring Cognition|
|11:35 – 12:00||Functional imaging of somatosensation with multistimulus arrays
Dieter Kleinböhl , Project: SOMAPS
|12:00 – 12:25||Perceptual Maps of the Body Surface: A Topological Approach to Body Perception
Jörg Trojan , Project: SOMAPSa
|12:25 – 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 – 13:55||Psychophysiological Responses to Digital Games: Predictive Validity
Niklas Ravaja, Project: FUGA
|13:55 – 14:20||Measuring game experience through self report and behavioural measures
Karolien Poels, Project: FUGA
|14:20 – 14:45||Coffee, Tea|
|14:45 – 16:00||General discussion
If you want to participate in the workshop, please register before April 1st by sending an email to email@example.com, with the subject: registration MINET workshop
We have reserved room for presentations of relevant projects outside the EU-initiative Measuring the Impossible. If you are interested in giving a presentation, please contact the local organiser (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details as soon as possible.
Participation in the workshop is free of charge.
Hotel and Conference Centre Hof van Wageningen, Wageningen, the Netherlands.
Bookings can be made by sending an email to email@example.com before April 1st. Please mention Measuring the Impossible in the booking. For prices see www.wicc.nl.
MINET workshops and sessions at conferences are organised by:
· Biometris, The Netherlands: G.W.A.M. van der Heijden & H. van der Voet
· Laboratorio di Scienze della Cittadinanza, Italy: A. Cancedda
· University of Ljubljana, Slovenia: J. Drnovsek and G. Gersak
· National Physical Laboratory, UK: T. Goodman and S. Harris
· CURE, Austria: A. Geven
The local organiser of the 3rd Workshop is Biometris:
Gerie van der Heijden
Phone: +31 317 480750
Website: www.minet.wordpress.com/events/workshop3 and www.biometris.wur.nl/
Think Tank D, 13 May 2009
MINET Think Tank D on the subject of Decision Making and Impact Assessment will take place in Wageningen, The Netherlands, on 13 May 2009. For more information see: think tank D
4th Measuring the Impossible Workshop, 10 – 12th November 2009, London (UK).
More information is available on the MINET website: Workshop 4
Registration for the e-MINET network is open!
Follow this link: minet.wordpress.com/blog/home/eminet/