eNTERFACE’19 is hosted by the Computer Engineering Department of Bilkent University, and it will take place at the Main Campus of Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey from July 8th to August 2nd 2019.
[Jul,01, 2019] Prof. Erol Şahin (Middle East Technical University, TR) will give a seminar on July 11th.
[Jul,01, 2019] Sena Aydogan (Oracle, TR) will give a seminar on July 16th.
[Jul,01, 2019] Prof. Peter Robinson (Univ. of Cambridge, UK) will give a seminar on July 22nd.
[Jul,01, 2019] Prof. Albert Ali Salah (Utrecht Univ., NL) will give a seminar on July 30th.
[Apr 08, 2019] Application Deadline for Participation has been extended to April 22nd.
[Mar 08, 2019] Call for participation is out (Details)
[Feb 20, 2019] Accepted projects are announced
[Jan 31, 2019] Deadline for Notification of Interest has been extended to February 4th
[Jan 18, 2019] Call for projects is out (Details | Guidelines for authors)
What is eNTERFACE?
eNTERFACE (official website) are a series of summer workshops organized once every year since 2005. They aim at gathering specialists along with students (both PhD and Master) in the broad field of human-machine interaction. For 4 weeks, they will have to work on pre-specified, innovative projects in that field. The particularity of the workshop resides in the fact that a very particular collaborative environment is set up for its whole duration. It will give researchers the opportunity to integrate their software tools, deploy demonstrators, collect novel databases, and work side by side with a great number of experts.
The eNTERFACE was initiated by the FP6 Network of Excellence SIMILAR. After the completion of SIMILAR, the workshop continued to attract wide interest under the aegis of the OpenInterface Foundation.
It was organized by Faculté Polytechnique de Mons (Belgium) in 2005, University of Zagreb (Croatia) in 2006, Bogaziçi University (Turkey) in 2007, CNRS-LIMSI (France) in 2008, University of Genova (Italy) in 2009, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in 2010, University of West Bohemia (Czech Republic) in 2011, Metz Supélec (France) in 2012, New University of Lisbon (Portugal) in 2013, University of Basque Country (Spain) in 2014, Université de Mons (Belgium) in 2015, University of Twente (Netherlands) in 2016, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa (Portugal) in 2017, and Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) in 2018.
How does it work?
- Experienced researchers are invited to propose research projects to be undertaken by a few people (5-10) during 4 weeks. The proposal should explain what to do, how many people are necessary, profile of these people, etc.
- Once the projects have been supervised and approved by the technical committee, they are listed on the present website.
- Then there is a call for participation: students/researchers from all around the world send their CVs and choose the project they prefer according to their expertise or interest.
- Teams are built by the project leaders in cooperation with the organizers according to the preferences of the students/researchers and their suitability for the project.
- Finally, the team members come to Ankara and spend four wonderful and productive weeks together.
Organizers & Contact
Computer Engineering Department
dibeklioglu [at] cs.bilkent.edu.tr
Middle East Technical University
elifs [at] metu.edu.tr