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Participate in the Call 2021 definition! Submit your abstract to the CHIST-ERA Conference 2021 and share your views on the most promising scientific and technological challenges of the call topics.

Your abstract will be published below a few days after the submission.

By default, the abstract is for an online poster (a presentation in PDF format to be attached to your abstract online). If your abstract is selected for a talk, you will be informed by May 14.

Important dates
Abstract submission deadline: May 11
Notification of accepted abstracts: May 14


Radio Eye: Integrated Communications and Sensing

Edge computing enables integrating computationally intensive tasks such as sensing with wireless communications. It also enables...


Towards a framework for real-time distributed collaboration in neuroscience

Progress in biomedical research requires studying datasets much larger than previously thought. However, the data is not easy to...


Towards Multimodal Monitoring of Cognitive Workload for the Development of Personalized Flight Simulator Training Applications

Recent developments in neurophysiological sensor technologies have enabled the development of wearable and portable devices, which...


'Nudging' to Share Data Project

Survey data are an essential part of research across the social sciences. Recently, a joint effort between the research network...


Hybrid Brain Computer Interface Design Based on Eye Movements

The project focuses on design of a BCI system based on eye tracking and leading to classification of i.e. emotion state, mental...


Machine Efficiency and Control Systems on IOT

Control of production cells with their property effects and the efficiency of machine groups by the feedback of bigdata.


Value-Aware Software Engineering for Sustainable Food Systems

Technology is increasingly playing a key role in supporting the production, distribution, and managed consumption of food...


TRUST and FAIR for Open Research Data


Some general considerations on sustainable ICT

This talk addresses some general questions pertaining to ICT and environmental sustainability, in particular on systemic aspects.


Passive BCIs for novel interactions

In his talk, some recent outcomes from his research on passive BCIs will be presented.


Combining BCI and Virtual Reality technologies for novel interactions

In this talk we will present our research path on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). We will evoke the great success of OpenViBE, a...


Datacenters for the Post-Moore Era

Datacenters are growing at unprecedented speeds fueled by the demand on global IT services, investments in massive data analytics...