Programme 2020


Tuesday 21st of April, following times are presented in Danish time UTC+01:00.

Long research papers (12-16 pages) will have total of 30 minutes for presentation and discussion. Short papers (4-6 pages) will have total 20 minutes for presentation and discussion. 

First session 

9:00  
Yukitoshi Kashimoto, KDDI Research Inc., Japan, Preliminary study on the smartphone zombie phenomenon by utilising a monitoring application 

9:30 
Zhihua Zhang, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, Embedding Additional Behaviors Into Users’ Daily Routines for Improving Users’ Awareness of Self-Health Condition 

9:50 
Mika Yasuoka, Roskilde University, Denmark, Living Lab for Designing Behavior A-Change 

— Break —

10:30 
Irina Paraschivoiu, University of Salzburg, Austria, A Multi-stakeholder Process of Designing a City Platform for Sustainable Behavior: Lessons Learned 

11:00 
Gerwin Huizing, University of Twente, Netherlands, Multi-perspective persuasion by a council of virtual coaches 

11:30 
Heidi Enwald, University of Oulu, Finland, Combining personalization, tailoring, persuasive design and gamification – Where do we stand? 

11:50 
Final discussions and closing the first session 

Second session 

20:00 
Mona Alhasani, Dalhousie University, Canada, A Systematic Review of Persuasive Strategies in Stress Management Apps 

20:30 
Oladapo Oyebode, Dalhousie University, Canada, Deconstructing Persuasive Strategies in Mental Health Apps Based on User Reviews using Natural Language Processing

21:00
Final discussions and closing the BCSS workshop.