Intelligent Interaction

Research Group
Cultural Technology Department
University of the Aegean


Intelligent Interaction is a research group active in the cross-section of Intelligent Systems and Human Computer Interaction with applications in the Digital Cultural Heritage Management domain. Founded in 2016 and coordinated by George Caridakis, II group is now part of the Intelligent Systems Research laboratory, a wider research group that develops Intelligent, Interactive and Internet technologies to support the reproduction, display and promotion of cultural heritage assets and services. II has since been extremely active in research and development activities and, interdisciplinary by nature, is constantly looking for new synergies and ventures.


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Really interesting stuff at the @polysemi1 final conference! ii's head @gcaridakis has been invited by the project's coordinator @fmylonas5 to offer a talk on Ubiquitous and Augmented Cultural User eXperience. Thanks for the invitation & you can follow the event live on Facebook!

Fruitful discussion during a focus group includes conservation and restoration procedures for monuments in Ancient Tirintha during CaNti Project! Many thanks to all the participants and a promise that we'll follow up!! @GSRT_GR @athenaRICinfo #optimum #senseworks #ΕΦΑΑΡΓ

kickoff meeting for the Regional Excellence programme of the @uaegean. More than 50 research activities & 100 PIs supporting 7 research infrastructures & around 500 researchers! ii is leading the AegeanA research infrastructure towards the Touristic & Cultural Transformations😄

ii group continues on working in the Paros Ancient Quarries at Marathi, obtaining some initial results! @ParosMunicipal

Ii group, in collaboration with the @ParosMunicipal, the #EphorateofAntiquitiesofCyclades, the "Friends of Paros" and The Institute for Archeology of Paros , is visiting #Paros in order to capture and digitally reconstruct the ancient quarries at Marathi @municipality

II group’s involvement in the framework of the @paloservises research project has resulted in yet another conference publication #SETN2020, on textual, aspect-based, sentiment prediction that utilizes document metadata. @gcaridakis @gealexandri
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