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Formazione progetto "Batti il 5"

Il progetto "Batti il 5" coinvolgerà con attività didattiche i bambini dell'intero ciclo educativo (infanzia, primaria, secondaria di primo grado) delle scuole presenti nel quartiere di Mirafiori (Torino): l'Istituto Comprensivo...

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Participation at IS-EUD 2019

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The e-Lite group will participate at the 7th International Symposium on End-User Development (IS-EUD 2019) with a full paper about End-User Debugging in the IoT. IS-EUD will be held at the University...

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Summer School on Automated Functional and Security Testing

From 13 to 16 May 2019, Juan Pablo Sáenz participated in the 3rd International Genoa Software Engineering Ph.D. School, held in Genoa, Italy, and hosted by the University of Genova. The topic of the summer...

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Presentation: "Towards Computational Notebooks for IoT Development"

During the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 6 to 9 May, Juan Pablo Sáenz presented his work on a computational notebook for the...

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Presentation: Empowering End Users in Debugging Trigger-Action Rules

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On May 9, 2019, Alberto Monge Roffarello presented the paper "Empowering End Users in Debugging Trigger-Action Rules" at the audience of ACM CHI 2019 (International CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems)...

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Presentation: The Race Towards Digital Wellbeing: Issues and Opportunities

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On May 6, 2019, Alberto Monge Roffarello presented the paper "The Race Towards Digital Wellbeing: Issues and Opportunities" at the audience of ACM CHI 2019 (International CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems)...

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Robotica alla Festa di Primavera Mirafiori

Robotica educativa? didattica innovativa? apprendimento esperienziale ed interattivo? Grazie al progetto "Batti il 5!", coordinato a livello territoriale dalla Fondazione della Comunità di Mirafiori ONLUS, Sabato 18/05/2019 il gruppo e-Lite parteciperà...

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Human Computer Interaction course presentation

Today, in front of a full classroom, we presented to the Computer Engineering students the contents of three new courses that will be activated on next academic year (2019/2020). The...

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Participation at ACM CHI 2019

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We are happy to announce that we have two full papers and a Late-Breaking Work (LBW) accepted at CHI 2019, the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. ACM CHI 2019...

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Research activities of the e-Lite group focus on designing, building and evaluating interactive and intelligent systems, and testing them in realistic settings. Novel user interaction modalities, empowered by ubiquitous devices, enable the discovery of innovative methods to approach new and existing application domains. We adopt an end-to-end research approach, where we aim at exploring the whole spectrum, from devices to users, from intelligence to data representation, to develop a systemic approach.

Currently, the application area in which we are mostly active is Ambient Intelligence.

Ambient Intelligence (AmI) aims at building a digital environment where people are surrounded by intelligent and intuitive interfaces embedded in all kinds of objects. The ultimate goal of such an environment is to support people in their daily lives in a proactive, yet sensible and unobtrusive, way.
In this wide area, we mainly focus on innovative interaction modalities for people and on the intelligent aspects (e.g., Semantic Web) of the environment, typically exploiting off-the-shelf devices and systems from the Internet of Things and Smart Home domains. We are also interested in understanding how to effectively support developers to build such systems.

Moreover, we deserve particular attention to the Ambient Assisted Living field, in which Accessibility and Assistive Technologies meets AmI. In this domain, we experiment with novel interaction modalities and systems for people with disabilities.

Publications

Our publications are available throught PORTO@Iris, the open repository of publications produced by the scientific community of Politecnico di Torino.

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Projects and Collaborations

We actively collaborate with international associations, non-profit and public institutions, as well as industrial partners. Have a look at our current and past collaborations!

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Tools and Downloads

We are committed with the Open Source community. Most of our software is freely available under Open Source licenses. Check out our downloads area!

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