Schedule

General Schedule of CIIT 2020

  

Friday, 8 May 2020
9:00 - 9:30 Official opening by the conference chairs Eftim Zdravevski, Petre Lameski, and the Dean of FINKI Ivan Chorbev
9:30 - 11:00 Session 1: Blockchain and IoT. Chair: Prof. Andreja Naumoski
  Precision Apiculture – IoT System for remote monitoring of honeybee colonies Riste Poposki and Dejan Gjorgjevikj 9:30-9:50
  Blockchain-based model for authentication, authorization, and immutability of healthcare data in the referrals process Goce Gavrilov, Orce Simov and Vladimir Trajkovik 9:50-10:10
  Mapping of Auto Salons in Skopje Sasho Nikudinoski, Andreja Naumoski and Elena M. Jovanovska 10:10-10:30
  Smart City: Public Parking Dashboard Ivan Klandev, Marta Tolevska and Dimitar Trajanov 10:30-10:45
  Home security system based on drone automation - IoT approach Darko Kostadinov, Veno Pachovski and Irena Stojmenovska 10:45-11:00
11:00 - 11:20 Coffee break
11:20 - 12:20 Keynote 1: “Solving Real-life Problems by Data Mining Competitions” by Dr. Andrzej Janusz, University of Warsaw, Poland
12:20 - 14:00 Session 2: Big Data, Data Mining and AI. Chair: Prof. Andrea Kulakov
  Recent Advances in SQL Query Generation: A Survey Jovan Kalajdjieski, Martina Toshevska and Frosina Stojanovska 12:20-12:40
  How Simple Predictive Analysis of Health Care Claims Data can Detect Fraud, Waste and Abuse Threats in Health Care Insurance - The Case Study of United Arab Emirates Kristijan Jankoski, Kiril Milev and Gjorgji Madjarov 12:40-13:00
  Advanced analytics of Big Data using Power BI: Credit Registry Use Case Fisnik Doko and Igor Miskovski 13:00-13:20
  The challenges of key-value stores Gjorgjina Cenikj, Dushica Jankovikj and Oliver Dimitriov 13:20-13:40
  Analysis of Feature Selection Algorithms on High Dimensional Data Sowmya Sanagavarapu, Mariam Jamilah and Barathkumar V 13:40-14:00
14:00 - 15:00 Lunch break
15:00 – 17:00 Session 3: ML, NLP and Bioinformatics. Chair: Miroslav Mirchev
  Evaluation of Recurrent Neural Network architectures for abusive language detection in cyberbullying contexts Filip Markoski, Eftim Zdravevski, Nikola Ljubesic and Sonja Gievska 15:00-15:20
  Protein classification by using four approaches for extraction of the protein ray-based descriptor Georgina Mirceva and Andrea Kulakov 15:20-15:40
  Link Prediction on Bitcoin OTC Network Oliver Tanevski, Igor Mishkovski and Miroslav Mirchev 15:40-16:00
  Single RNA Secondary Structure Prediction based Dynamical programming algorithms: to parallelize or not? Bisera Chauleva, Ljubinka Sandjakoska and Atanas Hristov 16:00-16:20
  Segment Labeling Method for ML-based AFIB Detection Dimitri Dojchinovski and Marjan Gusev 16:20-16:40
  Correlating the Cholesterol Levels to Glucose forMen and Women Ilija Vishinov, Marjan Gushev, Lidija Poposka and Marija Vavlukis 16:40-17:00
17:00 – 17:20 Coffee break
17:20 – 18:20 Keynote 2: "Human Centered Computer Vision" Dr. Hazim Kemal Ekenel, ITU Department of Computer Engineering, Turkey
18:20 – 20:10 Session 4: E-learning, E-services and Applications. Chair: Prof. Vladimir Trajkovik
  Using Educational Escape Room to Increase Students’ Engagement in Learning Computer Science Georgina Dimova, Maja Videnovik and Vladimir Trajkovik 18:20-18:40
  Development of educational game for children with dyslexia Aleksandra Sholdova 18:40-19:00
  The effects of flexible work in the IT industry Mile Davitkovski, Smilka Janeska Sarkanjac and Branislav Sarkanjac 19:00-19:20
  Exploratory data analysis and statistical inference for student`s results on several extensive courses at Faculty of computer science and engineering Lenche Jovova 19:20-19:35
  Quality of Online Teaching in Higher Education – the Case of South East European University (SEEU), North Macedonia Veronika Kareva and Daniela Kirovska-Simjanoska 19:35-19:50
  Online Education in FCSE, opportunities and challenges. Petre Lameski, Boro Jakimovski, Vladislav Bidikov, Kiril Kjiroski, Eftim Zdravevski, Ivan Chorbev and Vladimir Trajkovik 19:50-20:10
       
Saturday, 9 May 2020
9:30 – 11:00 Session 5: Applied Computer Science and AI. Chair: Prof. Sasho Gramatikov
  Object detection and semantic segmentation of fashion images Sandra Treneska and Sonja Gievska 09:30-09:45
  A novel platform for sharing and renting clothing to reduce environmental pollution Ana Todorovska, Evgenija Krajchevska, Dimitar Trajanov and Sasho Gramatikov 09:45-10:00
  Educational robots in preschool education Kristina Todorovska and Ana Madevska Bogdanova 10:00-10:15
  Security Situation in Republic of Macedonia Using Semantic Algorithms for Open Data Zivka Jovevska, Daniel Jovevski and Leonid Djinevski 10:15-10:30
  Weekly Analysis of Moodle Log Data in RStudio for Future Use in Prediction Neslihan Ademi and Suzana Loshkovska 10:30-10:45
  Artificial Intelligence: Simulating Human Emotion and Surpassing Human Intelligence Filemon Jankuloski, Adrijan Bozinovski and Veno Pacovski 10:45-11:00
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 13:00 Session 6: Cloud computing, Security and Healthcare. Chair: Prof. Vesna Dimitrova
  A survey of covert channels: Benign and malicious usage, conditions for creation and countermeasures Ema Stamenkovska and Vesna Dimitrova 11:30-11:45
  A Note on a Successful WEP Attack Vesna Dimitrova and Stefan Pavlov 11:45-12:00
  Fog Necessity Over Cloud Computing For Healthcare Applications Beyza Ali, Natasa Paunkoska Dimoska and Ninoslav Marina 12:00-12:15
  Low-power consumption Heart Rate Monitor using BLE Technology Kiril Zelenkovski, Filip Karafiloski and Biljana Stojkoska 12:15-12:30
  Secure ECash Payment Method Based on Pseudo-Random Functions in Centralized and Decentralized Systems Lina Lumburovska, Vesna Dimitrova, Stefan Andonov, Keti Isajloska and Jovana Dobreva 12:30-12:45
  Scanning of services based on E-Governance Macedonia 2020 Boshko Kitanov, Gzim Ibraimi and Marjan Gushev 12:45-13:00
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 - 15:55 Session 7: Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. Chair: Prof. Dejan Spasov
  Design optimization of Rectifier Transformers Rasim Salkovski and Ivan Chorbev 14:00-14:20
  Design optimization of Earthing Transformers based on Differential Evolution Algorithms  Rasim Salkovski and Ivan Chorbev 14:20-14:40
  Framework for Efficient Resource Planning in Pandemic Crisis Nenad Petrovic and Djordje Kocic 14:40-15:00
  A Generalization of the Convolutional Codes Dejan Spasov 15:00-15:20
  A meshfree formulation for the simulation of mould filling processes in casting Felix R. Saucedo-Zendejo 15:20-15:40
  PubSub implementation in Haskell with formal verification in Coq Boro Sitnikovski, Biljana Stojcevska, Lidija Goracinova-Ilieva and Irena Stojmenovska 15:40-15:55
15:55 - 16:25 Closing remarks