ICVL 2017

Accepted Abstract List


Last updated: 2017-03-11 |

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Name, Title, Affiliation, Country

Section, Title of paper, Abstract of paper

0. ANDRUSEAC GLADIOLA (1),
ADĂSCĂLIȚEI ADRIAN (2),
ADOCHIEI IOANA (3*),
BOLDUREANU1 DANIEL (1),
COSTULEANU CARMEN (4),
ADOCHIEI FELIX (5),
BOLDUREANU GABRIELA (6),
(1)"Grigore T. Popa" University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi,
(2) “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University, Iaşi,
(3*) Military Technical Academy, Bucharest,
(4) University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “Ion Ionescu de la Brad” Iasi,
(5) University Politehnica of Bucharest,
(6) ”Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi,
Romania
(*)ioana.edu[at]mta.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Educational Technologies to Support Medical Education

Abstract: Technology has changed the landscape of teaching and learning. The integration of educational technology into teaching for meaningful learning is an issue for all educators to consider. This paper aims to make an analysis of the most successful medical education technologies, based on information and communications, used in modern medical education, methods validated by educational science experts, by identifying those which can help to improve the healthcare education in Romania. In the first part of the paper are introduced a number of modern educational technologies used in medical education including: web-based applications, blended learning, mobile learning, massive online courses. The second part of the paper it is assigned to the the listing and describing of the most popular virtual patient software applications.

Keywords: Medical Education, Virtual Patients, Simulation

1. DAVID ANDRADA, MSc Student
Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania
andrada1gold[at]gmail.com
dmpopovici[at]gmail.com
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Concerning the potential of using game-based virtual environment in children therapy

Abstract: The aim of this paper was to examine how video games can be designed so that through the Kinect sensor they would help in the process of physical therapy of disabled children that takes place in the comfort of their own home. The need for such games is rather great as the process of rehabilitation and even learning can be challenging and tedious. The games provide a safe and controlled environment in which the children can thrive.
2. BRAN EMANUELA, MSc Student
POPOVICI DORIN-MIRCEA, PhD Prof.
Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania
emanuellla.1890[at]gmail.com
dmpopovici[at]gmail.com
Section: SOFT
Title of paper: Software application for collaboratively studying foreign languages

Abstract: This software application is intended to be used in the study of foreign languages. It’s in the form of a chat and dictionaries laid side by side. The main idea is the way in which visualizing translations assists the process of learning. Above each word there should be an individual translation and below each sentence the whole translation. The software is constantly adapting the individual translations according to the most frequent usage. The users can easily contribute to the database through the chat and dictionary interfaces and make changes that instantly take effect and update the information to all current users. By introducing whole sentence translations, a statistical translation algorithm can benefit from the data using the parallel text corpuswritten in colloquial style. Each action is assisted by notifications of success or step by step instructions.
3. VLADA MARIN, PhD Assoc. Professor,
University of Bucharest, România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Nonlinear models in Pharmacokinetics

Abstract: In this article describes using the principles of the pharmacokinetics for analysis and study of drugs. They are shown modeling for absorption and elimination processes when administering a drug. The One-comportment model is studied. It describes the determination functions/models C1, C2: [0,d] --> R ; t-time, C1(t), C2(t) represents the time evolution of concentration of the active substance. Mathematics and Informatics/Computer Science have changed methods and laboratory analysis on the assessment of medicines and clinical monitoring of drug treatments. Pharmacokinetics is a discipline that has benefited greatly from the development of theories, methods and techniques of Mathematics and Informatics /Computer Science through the computer. Today procedures for testing drugs include important results obtained in research on drugs to treat various diseases.
4. MALITA LAURA, PhD Senior Lecturer
BRAN RAMONA, PhD Junior Lecturer
TIRU LAURENTIU, PhD Senior Lecturer
GROSSECK GABRIELA, PhD Assoc. Prof.
West University Timisoara, Romania
gabriela.grosseck[at]e-uvt.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: MOOCs for Professional Development of Romanian Teachers

Abstract: Nowadays, more and more students are turning to MOOCs for gaining knowledge, qualifications, and skills. In order to keep up with the students’ needs, MOOCs are not just a trending concept in education anymore, but a necessity for ongoing professional development teachers should pay attention to and embrace. Although day by day more studies underline the benefits and drawbacks of using MOOCs for professional teacher development, there is still a need for more practical studies and explorative research especially covering the Romanian context. Are teachers in need for more Romanian MOOCs? Do they prefer MOOCs in a specific format (i.e. more video tutorials, fewer hours per week but longer periods) etc. These are samples of questions that are addressed to Romanian teachers in order to find out their needs and offer them MOOC courses that are better adaptedto their current professional development. Therefore, this paper not only underlines such needs but also calls for more topics to be studied in the following periods.
Keywords: MOOC, professional development, teacher
5. ZLATIN ZLATEV, Assist. Professor
BAYCHEVA STANKA, Assist. Prof.
DIMITROVA ANTOANETA, Assist. Prof
Faculty of "Technics and technologies", Trakia University, Bulgaria
zlatin.zlatev[at]trakia-uni.bg
tania.gt[at]abv.bg
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Investigating the possibilities of document cameras for quality assessment of foodstuffs by measuring of color

Abstract: The possibilities for use of interactive presentation devices as powerful tools for increasing students interest, activity, motivation and participation are analyzed. Established is the possibility of measuring color with document camera in direction of determining the color characteristics of food products. The effectiveness of this type of measurement is confirmed by the study results.

Keywords: Interactive Presentation System, Interactive Whiteboard, Document camera, Color measurement

6. ZLATIN ZLATEV, Assist. Professor
Faculty of "Technics and technologies", Trakia University, Bulgaria
zlatin.zlatev[at]trakia-uni.bg
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Integration of additional device to a multimedia presentation system

Abstract: The aim of this report is to present the technical characteristics of multimedia presentation systems in terms of their advantages and disadvantages. To review the possibilities for using hardware with open source to build additional devices to interactive presentation systems by using such devices to offer a solution to one of their disadvantages associated with data received from them.

Keywords: Multimedia, Interactive presentation, Open source hardware, Spectrofotometer

7. MIHAI BOGDAN, PhD Assoc. Professor
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu, Romania
mihai.bogdan[at]ulbsibiu.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Temperature and Humidity Measurement System

Abstract: The objective of this paper is to achieve a functional system in terms of hardware and software, to measure temperature and humidity. Also, this system will allow to monitoring the time. In this, we use an Arduino board with interfacing a sensor placed in local environment to measure temperature and humidity. The paper aims to achieve the following goals:
- achieving a functional system in terms of hardware and software that allows measuring and monitoring temperature, humidity and the time;
- using a development board for the communication with the sensor and clock;
- implementation a program that allows requirements.

Keywords: Arduino, Integrated Development Environment, DHT22 sensor, Real Time Clock, MaxDetect 1-wire
Ref.: http://www.ulbsibiu.ro/en/


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