The 29th International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Social Computing
August. 29 - September.1 , 2023 Osaka, JAPAN


The conference is held in hybrid format. Authors participating remotely in the conference are required to deliver their presentations synchronously.
The conference program is presented below:

The Conference proceedings is available: [Full/WiP Papers (on Springer Link)] and [Poster Presentation Papers].

Last update date: August30 6:00 JST

Best Paper Award

The CollabTech 2023 granted the Best Paper Award to two full papers.


Day Time Content Category PaperID
August 29 17:00~ Reception    
August 30 9:30~9:45 Opening (Conference Hall)    
  9:45 - 10:45 Keynote (Conference Hall)
Chair: Yugo Hayashi
    Negotiation and Collaboration in Mobility: A Multidimensional Approach
Kazuhisa Miwa
  11:00~12:20 Session 1 - Education (Conference Hall)
Chair: H. Ulrich Hoppe
    Analyzing Peer Influence in Ethical Judgment: Collaborative Ranking in a Case-Based Scenario
Claudio Alvarez, Gustavo Zurita and Andres Carvallo
Full 11
    Students’ Generated Text Quality in a Narrative-Centered Learning Environment: Effects of Pre-Collaboration, Individual, and Chat-Interface Submissions
Emily Theophilou, Rene Lobo Quintero, Roberto Sanchez-Reina and Davinia Hernandez-Leo
Full 26
    Semantic Network Analysis of a Learning Task among Japanese Students of Psychology
Vargas Meza Xanat, Shimojo Shigen and Yugo Hayashi
WiP 6
  12:20~14:00 Lunch Break    
  14:00~15:10 Session 2 - Emotions (Conference Hall)
Chair: Minoru Kobayashi
    HelaDepDet: A Novel Multi-Class Classification Model for Detecting the Severity of Human Depression
Y. H. P. P. Priyadarshana, Zilu Liang and Ian Piumarta
Full 10
    (Moved to 16:20 - 16:50, August 31)
Exploring the Reciprocal Emotional Interaction Between Humans and Affective Technology Through Design Fictions and “Speculative Entanglement”
Hong Yang, Ching-Yang Lin, Chung-Ching Huang and Ying-Yu Chen
Full 12
    Effect Analysis of Facemask on Emotions' Communication Between Japanese People
Yoko Nishihara, Azumi Inoue and Junjie Shan
WiP 4
    Conducting Morality and Emotion Analysis on Blog Discourse
Stella Mbila-Uma, Ifeanyichukwu Umoga, Mustafa Alassad and Nitin Agarwal
WiP 21
  15:10~15:40 Coffee Break (Event Hall 1)    
  15:40~17:20 Session 3 - Behavior Analysis (Conference Hall)
Chair: Akihiro Miyata
    Competition or Cooperation: Classification in a VR Environment Based on Sensor Data
Yoshiko Arima and Yuki Harada
WiP 3
    Extracting User Daily Routine Activity Patterns from UWB Sensor Data in Indoor Environment
Muhammed Rahim Fawad and Tessai Hayama
WiP 5
    Preliminary Study on Speaker Intimacy Focusing on Topic Continuity
Takuto Miura and Hideaki Kanai
WiP 25
    Reshaping Group Life: A Transparent and Interpretable Reward Model to Enhance Fairness in Groups
Jia-Wei Liang and Hao-Chuan Wang
WiP 27
    Social Pressure in Co-manipulation: From Verification of Refrains in Communication During Fusion Avatar Manipulation
Taichi Sono and Hirotaka Osawa
WiP 30
  18:00 Banquet    
August 31 9:30~11:30 Session 4 - Robots and Agents (Conference Hall)
Chair: Taichi Sono
    Citation Recommendation Chatbot for Professional Communities
Alexander Tobias Neumann, Michal Slupczynski, Yue Yin, Chenyang Li and Stefan Decker
Full 13
    The Similarity of Virtual Meal of a Co-eating Agent Affects Human Participant
Jui-Ying Wang and Tomoo Inoue
Full 32
    Towards a Design Toolkit for Designing AR Interface with Head-Mounted Display for Close-Proximity Human-Robot Collaboration in Fabrication
Yi Zhao, Lynn Masuda, Lian Loke and Dagmar Reinhardt
WiP 1
    Gaze-Aware Social Interaction Techniques for Human-Robot Collaborative Shopping
Masaya Iwasaki, Kosuke Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Kawamura and Hideyuki Nakanishi
WiP 23
    Support How-To Instruction Following via Conversational Agent
Qingxiaoyang Zhu, Yi-Chieh Lee and Hao-Chuan Wang
WiP 29
  11:30~13:00 Lunch Break    
  13:00~14:30 Poster Session (Event Hall)    
    Incorporating Nonlinear Display Ratio for Improving Spatial Accuracy of Vibrotactile HMDs
Zhi Liu, Yuyang Liu and Seunghee Lee
Poster 38
    Learning effects and impressions of audience substitutional agent in web meeting
Yu Nishiyama, Shota Katayama, Tomohito Sakurama, Yutaka Ishii and Tomio Watanabe
Poster 39
    Motion Planning Towards Intention Reflection in Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) for a Safety Model
Zhongyi Liu, Yi Zhao and Lynn Masuda
Poster 40
    The Effect of Music Tempo on Group High-Intensity Interval Training: A Preliminary Evaluation Experiment
Ruiyun Wang, Jiayun Huang, Yuchen Jin and Shin Takahashi
Poster 41
    Study on a Content Selection Method by Mimicking Icon Movements for Digital Signage
Mizuki Suga, Yuuki Matsui, Haruna Niiyama, Kenro Go, Masato Furuno and Akihiro Miyata
Poster 42
    Examining Factors of Place Sameness: A Classroom Replication Task in Virtual Environment
Saizo Aoyagi, Satoshi Fukumori, Kenji Hirose and Takayoshi Kitamura
Poster 43
    Temporal orders of utterance and performance in online piano lessons: Imperative, interrogative and declarative as directives
Haruka Amatani
Poster 44
    Influence of olfactory stimulation on problem-solving work performance: Experimental study on the effect of coffee aroma
Emika Watanabe, Shigen Shimojo and Yugo Hayashi
Poster 45
    Personality traits and conformity tendencies: a comparison of face-to-face and online situations
Masashi Inoue
Poster 46
  14:30~15:00 Coffee Break (Event Hall 1)    
  15:00~16:20 Session 5 - Social Network (Conference Hall)
Chair: Hideyuki Takada
    Differential Characteristics and Collaborative Interactions of Institutional and Personal Twitter Accounts in a Citizen Science Context
Simon Krukowski, Fernando Martinez-Martinez and H. Ulrich Hoppe
Full 16
    Fairness in Socio-Technical Systems: a Case Study of Wikipedia
Mir Saeed Damadi and Alan Davoust
Full 20
    Computational Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Discourse on Indonesian Twitter
Lotenna Nwana, Ugochukwu Onyepunuka, Mustafa Alassad and Nitin Agarwal
WiP 17
  16:20~16:50 (Additional presentation for Session 2)
Exploring the Reciprocal Emotional Interaction Between Humans and Affective Technology Through Design Fictions and “Speculative Entanglement”
Hong Yang, Ching-Yang Lin, Chung-Ching Huang and Ying-Yu Chen
Full 12
  17:00~17:30 Closing (Conference Hall)    
September 1 9:00~ Excursion event