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Doctoral Consortium

Here you can find directions to room NI:A0507 and Niagara building.

Detailed Program
Time Activity
09:00Opening and setting goals
09:10Opening Keynote: How to scope & write your thesis By Prof. Dr. Wendy Mackay, Inria, LISN, Université Paris-Saclay

Talk 1: Neuro-Symbolic Approach for Tantrum Monitoring and Prevention in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: a Protocol for Virtual Agents
by Andrea Monaldini, Univeristy of Pisa

Talk 2: Towards Value Alignment for Opaque Agents through Concept Analysis and Inter-Agent Value Modelling
by Jack McKinlay, University of Bath

10:30Coffee break

Talk 3: Explainable Interactive Machine Learning using Prototypical Part Networks for Medical Image Analysis
by Alec Parise, Univeristy College Dublin

Talk 4: Investigations to Facilitate Human-Centred AI Development in Manufacturing
by Maria Hartikainen, Tampere University

Talk 5: Exploring Human-AI collaboration and explainability for sustainable ML
by Eya Ben Chaaben, ExSitu, LISN, Université Paris-Saclay

Talk 6: Integrating Minds and Machines: The Role of Digital Externalization in Evolving Cognitive Architectures
by Gleb Vzorin, Lomonosov Moscow State University


Talk 7: Hypothesis Updating by Combining Knowledge Graphs and Argumentation
by Giacomo Zamprogno, Vrijie Universitat Amesterdam

Talk 8: Developing Meaningful Explanations for Machine Learning Models
by Henry Maathuis, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

Talk 9: AI and wearables fusion as an assistant in physical therapy and sport training.
by Joanna Sorysz, DFKI and RPTU

Talk 10: Interactive Multi-Objective Optimization for Military Helicopter Route Planning
by Thomas Quadt, Tilburg University

Talk 11: Designing Expressive Interaction with Generative Artificial Intelligence
by Xiaohan Peng, ExSitu, LISN, Université Paris-Saclay

14:50Feedback for students starting their PhD
15:30Coffee break

Keynote Stephen Brewster – How to succeed & fail in your PhD
by Prof. Dr. Stephen Brewster, Glasgow University

16:45Shared feedback session
17:15End of day
18:00Welcome reception sponsored by Humane AI Net (see Main Program)
Session Assignment

Depending on the session slot, the requirements for the presentations are different. Please consult the list below to find out the requirements for your presentation.

  • Session I (End PhDs): your presentation slot is 30 minutes per presenter, 15 minutes of presentation followed by 15 minutes of discussion.
  • Session II (Mid PhDs): your presentation slot is 30 minutes, 15 minutes of presentation followed by 15 minutes of discussion.
  • Session III (Start PhDs): your presentation slot is 10 minutes, which should be completely filled with a presentation. In the subsequent breakout session, you can discuss your project more closely with a smaller group of participants.
Information for Posters (optional)
If interested, you can prepare a poster to present during the main conference. The poster presentation is like an exhibition. Participants pass by several posters and talk to you. You do not need to prepare slides or a talk.
The details are below:
  •  Time: The poster session will be held on Wednesday and Thursday June 13th and 14th during the lunch and coffee breaks (10:30 – 11:00, 13:00-14:00, and 15:30 – 16:00). You need to accompany your poster on one of these days.
  • Location: Malmö, Sweden. Malmö University’s Orkanen building.
  • Rooms: The exact poster location will be posted on HHAI website closer to the conference.
     The poster format needs to be A2 portrait orientation.
  • Poster spots will be assigned beforehand. Look for the label with your poster title on it.
  • You should print your own poster, but there will be some tape to help you put it up.

In case you have any questions, please reach out to dc@hhai-conference.org .