Programme CMI conference 2020

PROGRAMME

CMI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: 25TH – 26TH NOVEMBER 2021

CRITICAL ICT INFRASTRUCTURES AND PLATFORM

DAY 1

Time in CET


KEYNOTE

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/61561390497

 

10:00 – 10:10

Welcome address

 

Assoc. Prof. Reza Tadayoni.

Head of Section. CMI, Aalborg University, Denmark

10:10 – 10:40

Keynote Address on “Environmental Implications of Digitalization: Asking The Difficult Questions”.

 

Prof. Tim Unwin.

Emeritus Professor of Geography and Chair holder of the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D at Royal Holloway, University of London

Also Former Secretary General of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO)

10:40 - 10:50

Break

 

SESSION 1

 

SESSION 1 A

CRITICAL ICT INFRASTRUCTURES

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/68036228876

 

SESSION 1B

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND PLATFORM MARKETS

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/67411623216

SESSION CHAIR: SOKOL

SESSION CHAIR: MARIOS ANAGNOSTOPOULOS

10:50 – 11:10

The risks of opening the black box: A semi-systematic review of explainability in AI systems

 

Carlos Entrena Serrano.

Aalborg University Copenhagen

5G and SMEs

 

 

Reza Tadayoni.

CMI, Aalborg University

11:10 – 11:30

Analysis of Augmented Reality (AR) on Customer Shopping Experience of Luxury Fashion.

 

Shiqi Zhang and Candy Lim Chiu.

Wenzhou-Kean University China and Philippines

The New Retailing Mode Transforming the Traditional Grocery Retail Enterprises

 

Chaopeng Chen

Wenzhou-Kean University, China

11:30 - 11:50

Ethical Artificial Intelligence in the European Union Context: Visualization of Policymaking and Decision Processes

 

Davor Ljubenkov

EMJMD in Digital Communication Leadership, Belgium

Prospects of broadcasters in new audiovisual markets

 

 

Amer Kawy, Reza Tadayoni and Anders Henten

Mediathand Denmark & CMI, AAU

11:50 – 12:05

Break

 

12:05 - 12:25

Investigating implications of customer encounter with AI-based chatbots in business innovation

 

Sebika Thapa

Aalborg University, Paris Lodron University of Salzburg

Is it time to think about new business models for technology enabled care services? Lessons from the north-east of England

 

Suman Bhattacharya, David Wainwright and Jason Whalley

Northumbria University, UK

12:25 – 12:45

Mapping mobile money loan ecosystem: insights from Ghana

 

 

Kwami Ahiabenu.

Ghana Communication Technology University, Ghana

Quantum computing, big tech, and start-ups: A market assessment

 

 

Advait Deshpande

The Open University, UK

12:45 – 13:45

Lunch Break

 

 

 

SESSION 2

INDUSTRY PANEL SESSION ON 5G AS A CRITICAL ICT INFRASTRUCTURE

SESSION CHAIR: KNUD ERIK

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/61561390497

13:45 – 14:25

Christian Kloch,

5G Innovation Architect, Innovation Hub, TDC & Ericsson , TDC NET, Denmark

 

Tom Togsverd,

CEO Togsverd, Denmark

 

Alexander Larsen,

Lead Digitalization Engineer, Grundfos Denmark

 

 

 

 

SESSION 3

 

SESSION 3A

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND NETWORKS

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/68036228876

 

SESSION 3B

PLATFORMS

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/67411623216

SESSION 3C

FAMET SESSION

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/63127294699

SESSION CHAIR: CEDOMIR STEFANOVIC

SESSION CHAIR: LENE SØRENSEN

SESSION CHAIR: MORTEN FALCH

 

14:25 – 14:45

SDN for Mission-critical Networks

 

Exploring How Anthropomorphic Information Agents Influence Customer Attitude and Purchasing Intention in Online Shopping

 

Session Agenda

14:25 – 14:35

Introduction and welcome to the FAMET project.

Morten Falch,

Associate Professor, Aalborg University Denmark

14:35 – 14:45

Review of challenges faced by migrant entrepreneurs

Garba Diallo,

Founding Director, Crossing-Borders Denmark

 

Pauline Teruin,

Project Coordinator, Crossing Borders Denmark

 

14:45 – 15:05

FAMET Online training platform for migrant entrepreneurs

Katarzyna Rak, Danmar Computers, Poland

15:05 – 15:25

FAMET Life Long training tools (modules) for migrants entrepreneurs

Morten Falch, Associate Professor, Aalborg University Denmark

15:25 -15: 35 Break

15:35 –15: 55

FAMET Online Social tools for Migrant entrepreneurs

Katerina Michale, Project Manager, Kainotomia, Greece

15:55- 16:15

Question and Answer Session

Morten Falch, Associate Professor, Aalborg University Denmark

16:15 – 16:20 Wrap up

 

Ariel Roel

 

 

Shuang Xu and Candy Lim Chiu

 

 

Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina

 

 

Wenzhou-Kean University, China

14:45 – 15:05

Enabling LoRaWAN communication with out-of-coverage end nodes in DTN scenarios through an optimised duty-cycle

TAXONOMY OF DIGITAL PLATFORMS FOR SOCIAL INTERACTION

 

 

 

Mohamed Msaad, Muhammad Waleed and Sokol Kosta

 

 

Nathalie Van Raemdonck and Jo Pierson

 

 

CMI, AAU, Denmark

 

 

Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

15:05 – 15:25

Saving the web by decentralizing data networks? A socio-technical reflection on the promise of decentralization and personal data stores

 

Applying Augmented Reality to Online Luxury Consumption: The Attitude of Generation Z towards small Luxury Brand Pavilion

Peter Mechant, Ralf De Wolf, Mathias Van Compernolle, Glen Joris, Tom Evens and Lieven De Marez.

 

Xinru Ye

 

 

imec-MICT-UGent, Belgium

 

 

Wenzhou-Kean university, China

 

15:25 – 15:40

 

Break

15:40 – 16:00

Performance and Concepts of Identity-Centric Decentral Open-Source Databases

Developing a Platform-specific Measure for Research on Social Media Users

 

 

Felix Bandosz

 

 

Fatemeh Mirzanoorali, Datis Khajeheian and Nastaran Hajiheydari

 

 

Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics, Germany

 

 

University of Tehran

16:00 – 16:20

Internet As Public Utility: A Case Study of Public-Private Partnership in Malaysia to Build Digital Infrastructure in Rural Areas

 

 

Casual Social Media Use among the Youth: Effects on Online and Offline Political Participation

 

 

 

Muhammad Hariz Husni, Reza Tadayoni and Ursula Maier-Rabler.

 

 

Mehdi Barati

 

 

CMI, Aalborg University

 

University at Albany, State University of New York, USA

 

 

 

 

SESSION 4

PARALLEL PANEL SESSIONS

 

SESSION 4A

WORLD WIRELESSS RESEARCH FOUNDATION SESSION

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/68036228876

 

SESSION 4B

THE DINNOCAP PROJECT’S PANEL SESSION

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/67411623216

5G/6G AS A CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

 

AUGMENTED INTELLIGENCE IN SMEs

SESSION CHAIR: KNUD ERIK SKOUBY

SESSION CHAIR: ANDERS HENTEN

16:20 – 17:25

Session Agenda

 

Research in WWRF- an overview by

Prof. Knud Erik Skouby, Aalborg University, Denmark

 

Cybersecurity in Supply chain “Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification

Dr. Samant Khajuria, Chief Specialist Cybersecurity Group

Terma, Denmark

 

5G and beyond technologies - How can it help future green business model innovation

Prof. Peter Lindgren, Aarhus University Denmark

Session Agenda

 

16:20 Welcome: Aim and expectations, by the moderator.

Prof. Anders Henten, Aalborg University, Denmark.

 

16:25 Social and business perspectives in AI/AuI developments,

Peter Plougmann, Director, Plougmann-Copenhagen

 

16:40 Status and prospects of AI developments in businesses in Denmark, Frederikke Rosendal Egede Saabye, Chief Consultant, Consulting and Knowledge Services, Dansk Erhverv (Chamber of Commerce)

 

16:55 Artificial Intelligence in professional services,

Frans Bevort, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School

17:10 Panel debate and Q&A

 

17:25 Wrap up

 

     

 

  

DAY 2

Time in CET

KEYNOTE

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/61561390497

 

9:00 – 9:10

Introduction to Day 2

 

Prof. Anders Henten

CMI, Aalborg University

9:10 – 9:40

Key note address on Deception Techniques to Protect Critical Infrastructures – Turning the tables on attackers

 

Xavier Bellekens

CEO Lupovis, Scotland

 

Xavier Bellekens is the CEO and co-founder of Lupovis.io a cyber-deception spin-out of the University of Strathclyde, and a Nonresident Senior Fellow of the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security at the Atlantic Council advising on critical-infrastructures, maritime and naval cyber-security and an Assistant Professor Chancellor’s Fellow in the Institute for Signals, Sensors and Communications with the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde, His current research interests include critical infrastructure protection, defence as well as cyber deception and deterrence. Xavier is also the Chair of the Blockchain Group, and the Vice-Chair of Cyber-Security Group for IEEE UK and Ireland.

9:40 - 9:50

Break

 

 

SESSION 5

PANEL SESSION ON CYBER SECURITY AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

SESSION CHAIR: JENS MYRUP

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/61561390497

 

9:50 – 10:30

Dr. Prashant Dhotre,

MIT School of Engineering at MIT ADT University, India

 

Dr. Roslyn Layton,

Strand Consult, Denmark

 

Prof. Parikshit Mahalle,

Professor and Head, Department of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science at Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, Pune, India

 

Ken Bonefeld Nielsen,

Norlys Denmark

 

10:30 – 10:45

Break

 

SESSION 6

THE PRIVACY AND CYBERSECURITY OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND PLATFORMS

SESSION CHAIR: HENNING OLESEN SESSION

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/61561390497

 

10:45 – 11:05

Not Another Brick in the Wall: Platformization of Education and Privacy Concerns in the Time of a Global Pandemic

 

Yoana Kanchev.

VUB, Belgium

11.05 – 11:25

Societal security and trust in digital society- a socio-technical perspective

 

Jonathan Muringani and Josef Noll

University of Oslo, Norway

11:25 - 11:45

A survey of Cybersecurity issues in Higher Education Institutions. Case-Study: HEI-s in Western Balkan.

 

Krenar Kepuska

University of Colorado and College AAB, USA

11:45 – 12:00

Break

12:00 – 12:20

Security Issues in SMTP-based email systems

 

Bo Holst-Christensen and Erik Frøkjær

DTU Denmark and Copenhagen University, Denmark

12:20 – 12:40

The EC contribution to cybersecurity through the ECHO project

 

Alessandro Zanasi, Daniele Cristofori and Graziano Giorgi

Zanasi & Partners, Italy

12:40 – 13:00

Generating Targeted Attack Scenarios against Availability for Critical Infrastructures

 

Yi-Ching Liao

Secure-NOK AS, Norway

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch break

 

SESSION 7

 

SESSION 7 A

 

DIGITALIZATION, CRITICAL ICT INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE DELIVERY (1)

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/68036228876

SESSION 7 B

 

DIGITALIZATION, CRITICAL ICT INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE DELIVERY (2)

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/67411623216

 

SESSION 7 C

 

WORKSHOP ON STATE OF KNOWLEDGE IN CYBER SECURITY

 

Zoom link https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/63127294699

SESSION CHAIR: DIMITRIOS GEORGOULIAS

SESSION CHAIR: SHREYAS SRINIVASA

SESSION CHAIR: EMMANOUIL VASILOMANOLAKIS

14:00 – 14:20

Analysis of Intention to Use QR Codes in Food Traceability System of Food Products in China

Sustainability, digitalization and infrastructures

 

Penetration Testing of a Vulnerable Service on the Dark Web

 

 

Hao Wang

 

Anders Henten and Iwona Windekilde

 

Loredana Cosma, Cherie Mai Caloyloy Hansen, Mihail Adrian Moga, Nikolaos Pavlidis, Daniel Kamal Yalda, Gonzalo Lara de Leyva and Zohra Amini.

 

Wenzhou-Kean university, China

 

CMI, AAU & NTNU Norway

 

Aalborg University Copenhagen

14:20 – 14:40

Safeguarding Public Values in Cooperation with Big Tech Companies: The Case of the Austrian Contact Tracing App Stopp Corona

Exacerbating Power Asymmetries in the Humanitarian Sector: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ Use of Data and Technology to Manage Refugees

CAPTCHA - An overview of current technologies and attacks

 

Valerie Steinkogler

 

 

Lucia Nalbandian

 

Thomas Birk Frederiksen, Kasper H. Hansen, David Holm Audran, Marcus Braunschweig Andersen, Mikkel Møller Andersen and Mark Højer Hansen.

 

VUB Belgium

 

Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration, Ryerson University

 

 

Aalborg University Copenhagen

14:40 – 15:00

The impact of gamification marketing in e-commerce on the purchase intention of the Generation Z consumers

Imagining the Development of Digital Infrastructures in Canada: a media discourse analysis

 

The State of the Art of Security in Containerization: A Review

 

Haochen Lu

 

 

Anne-Sophie Letellier and Julien Hocine

 

Gustav A.P. Bonvang, Daniel Britze, Lucas K. Helgogaard, Jacob V. Jensen and Frank van Zandwijk.

 

Wenzhou-Kean University, China

 

 

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

 

Aalborg University Copenhagen

15:00 –15:15

Break

15:15 – 15:35

To download, or not to download, that is the question: Investigating Belgian residents’ motivation to download or not download the COVID-19 contact-tracing app Coronalert

 

The role of critical Infrastructure in Real-Time economy

 

 

 

A Survey of Android Application & Honeypot Penetration Testing and Stress Testin

 

Giulia Zampedri.

 

 

Morten Falch, Idongesit Williams, Reza Tadayoni

 

Emil Villefrance, Mohamed Msaad, Hac Memet Duvarci, Andreas Philip Westh, Jonas Bukrinski Andersen and Alexander Bjerre.

 

EMJMD DCLead, Belgium

 

CMI AAU

 

Aalborg University Copenhagen

15:35 – 15:55

The Use of Facial Recognition for Online Business with the Perspective of Customer Adoption

 

MNOs business models and roles enabled by 5G technologies and use cases. Transformation, challenges and strategies

State of the Art: TOR Protocol and scanning techniques

 

Mengjie Zeng

 

 

Alexandros Psyrris, Antonios Kargas and Dimitris Varoutas.

 

Clifford-Nelly Ndayikengurukiye, Hamad Rafi Iqbal, Hasan Shfaqat Khan, Charity Uche Oriji, Hafizur Rahman Anik and A S M Farhan Al Haque.

 

Wenzhou-Kean university, China

 

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

 

 

Aalborg University Copenhagen

15:55 – 16:15

The Influencing Factors of Young People’s Willingness to Use Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Payment Services

 

Exploring The Application of ICTs and Big Data Analytics on Climate Data in Climate-Smart Agriculture To Increase Productivity for Smallholder Farmers: The Case of Ghana

 

 

Zeyu Qian

 

 

Dawda Wally, Reza Tadayoni and Tales Tomaz

 

 

 

Wenzhou Kean University

 

CMI, AAU

 

Aalborg University Copenhagen

16:15 – 16:30

Wrap up

 

- takes place in each of the three parallel sessions