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Monday, July 4

  • Please note the timezone of the program is CEST (Link to time converter)
  • Registration desk will be available starting at 08:15 near the meeting rooms

Morning (09:00 – 12:30) + Lunch Break

Time * Title Location
9:00 – 12:30 Workshop: PATCH 2022 –  The 13th International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage – Towards Hybrid CH Experience Room 52.019
9:00 – 12:30 Workshop: cAESAR –Third International Workshop on Adapted intEraction with SociAl Robots Room 52.121
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break (lunch will be provided) Plaça Gutenberg
*Note: Parallel Events

Afternoon (14:00 – 17:00)

Time Title Session Location
14:00 – 14:20 Welcome   Room 52.019
14:20 – 14:35 Multiperspective and Multidisciplinary Treatment of Fairness in Recommender Systems Research by Markus Schedl, Navid Rekabsaz, Elisabeth Lex, Tessa Grosz and Elisabeth Greif

Theory, Opinion, and Reflection 

Session Chair: Judith Masthoff

14:35 – 14:50 Simulating Users’ Interactions with Recommender Systems by Naieme Hazrati and Francesco Ricci  
14:50 – 15:00 Break
15:00 – 15:17 Walking with PACE – Personalized and Automated Coaching Engine by Madhurima Vardhan, Narayan Hegde, Srujana Merugu, Shantanu Prabhat, Deepak Nathani, Martin Seneviratne, Nur Muhammad, Pranay Reddy, Sriram Lakshminarasimhan, Rahul Singh, Karina Lorenzana, Eshan Motwani, Partha Talukdar and Aravindan Raghuveer


Session Chair: Cataldo Musto

Room 52.019
15:17 – 15:34 How to Ask for Donations? Learning User-Specific Persuasive Dialogue Policies through Online Interactions by Nhat Tran, Malihe Alikhani and Diane Litman  
15:34 – 15:51 Multidimensional Analysis of Sense of Agency During Goal Pursuit by Roberto Legaspi, Wenzhen Xu, Tatsuya Konishi, Shinya Wada and Yuichi Ishikawa  
15:51 – 16:08 Nudging Towards Health? Examining the Merits of Nutrition Labels and Personalization in a Recipe Recommender System by Ayoub El Majjodi, Alain Starke and Christoph Trattner  
16:08 – 16:25 Including Social Expectations for Trustworthy Proactive Human-Robot Dialogue by Matthias Kraus, Nicolas Wagner, Nico Untereiner and Wolfgang Minker  
16:25 – 16:42 A Qualitative Analysis of the Persuasive Properties of Argumentation Schemes by Ramon Ruiz Dolz, Joaquin Taverner, Stella Heras, Ana Garcia-Fornes and Vicente Botti  
16:45 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:00 Keynote: Human-Centered AI: Ensuring Human Control While Increasing Automation by Ben Shneiderman Keynote Room 52.019

Evening (18:30 – 20:30)

Poster reception (including food and drinks). Location: Tunnel

Tuesday, July 5

Morning (09:00 – 12:30) + Lunch Break

Time  Title Location
9:00 – 12:30 * Workshop: ExUM 2022 – Explainable User Modeling and Personalized Systems Room 52.015
9:00 – 10:30 * Workshop: GMAP 2022: Workshop on Group Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization Room 52.121
11:00 – 12:30  Tutorial: ECUMAP – Ethical Considerations in User Modeling and Personalization Room 52.121
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break (lunch will be provided) Plaça Gutenberg

*Note: Parallel Events

Afternoon (14:00 – 17:00)

Time Title Session Location
14:00 – 14:05 Welcome and Introduction by DC Chairs

Doctoral Consortium

Session Chair: Giovanni Stilo








Room 52.015
14:05 – 14:16 Service-aware Recommendation and Justification of Results
by Zhongli Filippo Hu
14:16 – 14:27 KA-Recsys: Patient Focused Knowledge Appropriate Health Recommender System
by Khushboo Thaker
14:27 – 14:38 Personalizing Persuasive Principles to Improve Credibility
by Felix Koranteng
14:38 – 14:49 Personalized, context-aware communication in multimodal public transport
by Anouk van Kasteren and Marloes Vredenborg
14:49 – 15:00 Scrutability of Intelligent Personal Assistants
by Jovan Jeromela
15:00 – 15:11 Supporting Group Decision-Making Processes based on Groups Dynamics
by Hanif Emamgholizadeh
15:11 – 15:22 Adaptive Emotional Support for Groups
by Isabella Saccardi
15:22 – 15:33 Beyond-Accuracy Perspectives on Graph Neural Network-Based Models for Behavioural User Profiling
by Erasmo Purificato
15:33 – 15:44 Interactive Interventions to Mitigate Cognitive Bias
by Alisa Rieger
15:44 – 16:00 Closing Remarks by DC chairs  
16:00 – 16:20 Coffee Break. Location: Plaça Gutenberg
16:20 – 16:37 Investigating the value of subtitles for improved movie recommendations by Sagi Eden, Amit Livne, Oren Sar Shalom, Bracha Shapira and Dietmar Jannach

Explanations and Recommendations

Session Chair: Robin Burke

Room 52.015
16:37 – 16:54 The challenges of providing explanations of AI systems when they do not behave like users expect by Maria Riveiro and Serge Thill  
16:54 – 17:11 Entity-Enhanced Graph Convolutional Network for Accurate and Explainable Recommendation by Qinqin Wang, Elias Tragos, Neil Hurley, Barry Smyth, Aonghus Lawlor and Ruihai Dong  
17:11 – 17:28 Top-N Recommendation Algorithms: A Quest for the State-of-the-Art by Vito Walter Anelli, Alejandro Bellogin, Tommaso Di Noia, Dietmar Jannach and Claudio Pomo  
17:28 – 17:45 AI-Based Explanations for Project Recommendations in Citizen Science by Daniel Ben Zaken, Avi Segal, Darlene Cavalier, Guy Shani and Kobi Gal  
17:45 – 18:02 Travelers vs. Locals: The Effect of Cluster Analysis in Point-of-Interest Recommendation by Pablo Sánchez and Linus W. Dietz  
18:02 – 18:19 Evaluation of an Engagement-Aware Recommender System for People with Dementia by Lars Steinert, Fynn Linus Kölling, Felix Putze, Dennis Küster and Tanja Schultz  


20:30 – 22:30 – Social event: conference banquet at Chiringuito Las Sardinitas (Avenida del Litoral, 36).
Meeting at UPF Lobby at 20:00 to go walking to the restaurant (~25 minutes).

Wednesday, July 6

Morning (09:00 – 12:30)

Time Title Location
9:00 – 12:30 * Workshop: FairUMAP – Fairness in User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization Room 52.023
9:00 – 12:30 * Tutorial: SCoRe – Semantics-aware Content Representations for Reproducible Recommender Systems Room 52.121

*Note: Parallel Events

Afternoon (12:40 – 18:00) + Lunch Break

Time Title Session Location
12:40 – 13:40 Keynote by Nuria Oliver Keynote Room 52.023
13:40 – 15:00 Lunch Break (lunch will be provided). Location: Plaça Gutenberg
15:00 – 15:17 Tracking User’s Knowledge and Search Goals for Information Retrieval Evaluation by Dima El Zein and Célia da Costa Pereira

Classifying User Behavior

Session Chair: Marko Tkalcic

Room 52.023
15:17 – 15:34 Low-Level Activity Patterns as Indicators of User Familiarity with Websites by He Yu, Simon Harper and Markel Vigo  
15:34 – 15:51 On the Benefits of Using Hidden Markov Models to Predict Emotions by Yuyan Wu, Miguel Arevalillo Herráez, Stamos Katsigiannis and Naeem Ramzan  
15:51 – 16:08 HateVersarial: Adversarial Attack Against Hate Speech Detection Algorithms on Twitter by Edita Grolman, Hodaya Binyamini, Asaf Shabtai, Ikuya Morikawa, Toshiya Shimizu and Yuval Elovici  
16:08 – 16:35 Coffee Break. Location: Plaça Gutenberg
16:35 – 16:52 Navigational, Informational or Punk-Rock?: An Exploration of Search Intent in the Musical Domain by Bruno Massoni Sguerra, Marion Baranes, Romain Hennequin and Manuel Moussallam

Intelligent User Interfaces 1

Session Chair: Pasquale Lops

Room 52.023
16:52 – 17:09 Understanding the role of explanation modality in AI-assisted decision-making by Vincent Robbemond, Oana Inel and Ujwal Gadiraju  
17:09 – 17:26 How Suitable is Your Naturalistic Dataset for Theory-based User Modeling? by Aini Putkonen, Aurélien Nioche, Ville Tanskanen, Arto Klami and Antti Oulasvirta  
17:26 – 17:43 Taming User-Interface Heterogeneity with Uniform Overlays for Blind Users by Utku Uckun, Rohan Tumkur Suresh, Md Javedul Ferdous, Xiaojun Bi, I.V. Ramakrishnan and Vikas Ashok  
17:43 – 18:00 Modeling User Strategies on Interactive Information Dashboards by Mohammed Alhamadi, Sarah Clinch and Markel Vigo  

Thursday, July 7

Morning (09:00 – 12:30) + Lunch Break

Time Title Location
8:00 – 11:00 * Workshop:  APPS 2022- Adaptive and Personalized Privacy and Security Room 52.123
11:00 – 12:30 * Tutorial: User Control in Adaptive Information Access Room 52.123
9:00 – 12:30 * Workshop: HAAPIE 2022 – 7th International Workshop on Human Aspects in Adaptive and Personalized Interactive Environments Room 52.121
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break (lunch will be provided) Plaça Gutenberg

*Note: Parallel Events or Overlapping

Afternoon (14:00 – 17:00)

Time Title Session Location
14:00 – 15:00 Keynote: Recommender Systems for Better Human Choices
by Francesco Ricci
Keynote Room 52.121
15:00 – 15:10 Break
15:10 – 15:27 The Impact of Digital Nudging Techniques on the Formation of Self-Assembled Crowd Project Teams by Federica Vinella, Rosa Mosch, Ioanna Lykourentzou and Judith Masthoff

Intelligent User Interfaces 2

Session Chair: Julia Neidhardt

Room 52.121

15:27 – 15:44 I Cannot See Students Focusing on My Presentation; Are They Following Me? Continuous Monitoring of Student Engagement through “Stungage” by Snigdha Das, Sandip Chakraborty and Bivas Mitra


15:44 – 16:01 Critiquing-based Modeling of Subjective Preferences by Alan Medlar, Jing Li, Yang Liu and Dorota Glowacka  
16:01 – 16:18 Is More Always Better? The Effects of Personal Characteristics and Level of Detail on the Perception of Explanations in a Recommender System by Mohamed Amine Chatti, Mouadh Guesmi, Laura Vorgerd, Thao Ngo, Shoeb Joarder, Qurat Ul Ain and Arham Muslim  
16:20 – 16:40 Coffee Break. Location: Plaça Gutenberg
16:40 – 16:53 Automatic Evaluation of Aspects of Performance and Scheduling in Playing the Piano by Hila Tamir-Ostrover, Gilad Baruch, Or Peleg, Yonatan Yellin, Maor Rosenberg, Alexandra Moringen, Kathrin Krieger, Ritter Helge and Jason Friedman

Technology-enhanced adaptive learning

Session Chair: Styliani Kleanthous

Room 52.121
16:53 – 17:10 Towards Supporting Adaptive Training of Injection Procedures: Detecting Differences in the Visual Attention of Skilled and Novice Nurses by Minghao Cai, Bin Zheng and Carrie Demmans Epp  
17:10 – 17:27 What do Students’ Interactions with Online Lecture Videos Reveal about their Learning? by Guojing Zhou, Tetsumichi Umada and Sidney D’Mello  
17:30 – 18:00 CLOSING Room 52.121

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