International Workshop on

Kochi University of Technology, Japan
November 10th, 2017
# Poster Place
1 Ability-Based Optimization: Designing Touchscreen Text Entry Interfaces for Older Adults
Sayan Sarcar
2 Eye-hand coordination for older adults in smartphone usage
Xinhui Jiang
3 Emergent Pen: Use Smartphones as Styluses
Yang Li
4 Machine Knows What Differences between the Human Brains
Zhenxin Wang, Jingxin Liu, Yilin Zheng
5 Interacting with Autostereograms
William DELAMARE, Junhyeok KIM, Ali NESHATI, Pourang IRANI, Xiangshi Ren
6 Reducing Hierarchy Browsing Time
William DELAMARE, Ali NESHATI, Pourang IRANI, Xiangshi Ren
7 Text Entry for Virtual Reality
Zengyi Han, William Delamare, Xiangshi Ren
8 Exploring the mechanism and aesthetic for further parametric design
Chen Wang
9 Exploring Performance of One Thumb Input using Pointng and Swiping Tasks
Ayumu Ono
10 Toward the Single Image Super-Resolution for MRI using Convolutional Neural Network
Churong Zhuo, Shinichi Yoshida
11 Player’s Performance in Full Body Video Games
Hiromu Sanada, Kavous Salehzadeh Niksirat, Xiangshi Ren
12 How Body Inputs Affect Player Experience?
Tomoya Tanigawa, Kavous Salehzadeh Niksirat, Xiangshi Ren
13 Eyetracking and EV-Pen
Imada Haruna
14 Car Navigation System with Augmented Reality
Arihiro Iwamoto, Xiangshi Ren
15 PAUSE for Emotional Regulation: A Program for Parents of Children Diagnosed with Leukemia
Yumiko Kakuta, Kavous Salehzadeh Niksirat, Peng Cheng, Xiangshi Ren
16 Fireworks: Hand-Free to Eye-Free SmartwatchInteraction
Daichi HARADA, Ryutaro MIZUNO, William DELAMARE, Xiangshi Ren
17 Unlocking Smartphone with Hand Tremor
Yoshida Kentaro, Yang LI, Xiangshi Ren
18 Analysis of Employing Different Viewpoints for Remote Guidance in an Augmented Environment
Hongling Sun, Yue Liu, Zhengliang Zhang, Xiaoxu Liu
19 Model Checking of Staccato Concurrent Copying Protocol using Weak Memory Model Library
Hiroyuki Iiboshi, Kosuke Matsumoto, Tomoharu Ugawa
20 A Study of Data Structures for Objects in JavaScript VM for Embedded Systems
Ayato Kasutani, Tomoharu Ugawa
21 Proposal of loan type electronic lock system using the SAS-2
Wakana Befu, Rie Takemasa, Akihiro Shimizu
22 Proposal of Multi-Protocol control method for Smart House Network
Chiaki Takeshima, Kei Takeshima, Akihiro Shimizu
23 Decoding of 3D shape perception from human brain activity
Zhen Li, Hiroaki Shigemasu
24 Improve and verification of pseudo experimental interface using Arduino
Yuya Sano, Keita Mitani and Yukinobu Hoshino
25 Simple And Secure password authentication protocols
Hisashi Nakamura, Takahiro Tuji, Tomoya Nakahara, Akihiro Shimizu
26 Proposal of Secure Public Wireless LAN Service using VPN by SAS-2
Takuma Yokoyama,Shun Endo, Akihiro Shimizu
27 Proposal of a secure sharing method for confidentiality files using SAS
Kaito Shishido,Nana Tada, Akihiro Shimizu
28 The product recommendation method using preference information on social media
Ren Takahashi, Shota Yamaoka, Akihiro Shimizu
29 A communication method over SAS-2 for the IoT environment
Masaya Denno, Ren Fujiwara, Akihiro Shimizu
30 Proposal of attack detection method based on appearance frequency of symbols included in SQL injection attack and its relevance
Koryo Nakamura, Kento Goro, Akihiro Shimizu
31 Consideration of BCI Using Eyes Open and Eyes Close by Time Measurement
Ryosuke Hayasaka, Keita Mitani, Yukinobu Hoshino
32 Effects of visual feedback of self-body on the three dimensional spatial perception
Sho Yamane, Hiroaki Shigemasu
33 Development and evaluation of analysis tool for microscopic images of immune cells
Tomoya Inoue, Takashi Ushiwaka, Nagamasa Maeda, Yukinobu Hoshino
34 A Secure Collection method of Anonymous Data
Kengo Shimada, Hodaka Yasumitsu, Akihiro Shimizu
35 The effect of viewpoint conversion on motor memory
Satoru Sawada, Hiroshi Kadota
36 Application of fundamental analysis to technical analysis in foreign exchange market
Tomoya Baba, Shinichi Yoshida
37 Estimation of Object’s Mass using Web Camera and Machine Learning
Neo Imagawa, Shinichi Yoshida
38 Transfer Learning for Computer-Aided Detection for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Yunpeng Jiang, Shinichi Yoshida
39 Number-of-People Management System Using Shoe Information
Shintaro Kamakura, Shinichi Yoshida
40 Decoding of human facial expression induced by extreme learning machine using fMRI
Li Xiang, Shinichi Yoshida
41 Measurement of emotion induced from character image using fMRI
Rena Matsuzaki, Shinichi Yoshida
42 Corporation survey support for job seekers by economic indicators using rough sets
Yuki Nakai, Shinichi Yoshida
43 Topological Data Analysis using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Rina Nakayama, Shinichi Yoshida
44 Intensity Invariant Feature to Extract Foreground from HEVC Compressed Videos
Ryonai Ayumi, Shinichi Yoshida
45 Decoding of human emotion induced by brain decoding using MVPA
Taichi Sasaki, Shinichi Yoshida
46 Early detection of brain disease using MRA
Takenobu Sasatani, Shinichi Yoshida
47 Review of pictorial map generation method
Chihiro Yamaguchi, Shinichi Yoshida
48 A study of estimation of human emotion induced by OASIS using fMRI
Yasuhiro Yamanaka, Shinichi Yoshida

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play a vital role in almost every aspect of daily life. ICTs are so fundamental to modern life that they now find many applications in the wide diversity of people, groups, industries and institutions in every corner of our world. The way humans relate to ICTs and the impact these technologies have on human lives, relationships, human potential and human capabilities is the special interest of HEC. That is why we have invited seven distinguished speakers from several domains - Human-Computer Interaction, the humanities, engineering design, computer science and cognitive science.

A very important part of the workshop is THE POSTER PRESENTATION through which participants can introduce their research findings, discuss their work, foster collaborations and propose and develop underlying methodological frameworks, all with the intention of driving the ICT field forward in fuller awareness of the place, function and responsibilities of humanity in the nature of things.

The poster track invites submissions from all ICT areas. We especially seek contributions that showcase early, relatively speculative and/or not yet completed work. Authors are required to submit a 1-page poster paper including author information and a description of the study. Submitted poster papers should follow the Workshop Poster template (Word: Download here). Accepted posters should be brought to the venue and placed on designated notice boards. Note that,

1. The poster size should be A0 (84.1 x 118.4cm, 33.11 x 46.61 inches).

2. A small desk can be provided on request.

3. There is no AC power supply for poster presentations.

Please note also that there is no requirement to anonymize poster submissions and at least one author of each accepted poster must register for the workshop.

Important Dates

15th October, 2017 (17:00 JST): Extended DEADLINE for poster paper submission

25th October, 2017 (17:00 JST): Decision notification

How to submit your poster

The poster paper (PDF file) should be sent to

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Kochi!