Multi-modal Interaction Workshop

Nishida-Nakazawa Laboratory and LaBRI are pleased to announce a workshop on multi-modal interaction on Tuesday April 21st. The venue is Conference Room III, Clock tower Centennial Hall, Building number 3 on the map, 2F; the map is available from here:

— the program of the workshop —

  • 09:45-09:55 Opening
    Toyoaki Nishida
  • 09:55-10:05 Introduction to Kyoto Group
    Toyoaki Nishida
  • 10:05-10:15 Introduction to Bordeaux-LaBRI
  • 10:25-10:45 Perceptual evaluation of spoken Japanese attitudes
    Takaaki Shochi
  • 10:45-11:05 Perception of prosodic social affects in French: a free-labeling study
    Marine Guerry
  • 11:05-11:25 Facial Action Units Intensity Estimation by the Fusion of Features with Multi-kernel Support Vector Machine
    Zuheng Ming
  • 11:25-11:45 Face de-identification with emotion preservations
    Aurelie Bugeau
  • 13:15-13:35 A mobile corneal imaging camera
    Atsushi Nakazawa
  • 13:35-13:55 Corneal Imaging and Applications
    Christian Nitschke
  • 13:55-14:15 Inner state estimation using physiological indices
    Yoshimasa Ohmoto
  • 14:15-14:35 Dynamic interactive agents and virtual basketball
    Divesh Lala
  • 14:35-14:55 Synthetic Evidential Study for Deepening Inside Their Heart
    Takashi Ookaki
  • 15:15-15:35 Multi-modal conversational analysis in poster sessions
    Koji Inoue
  • 15:35-15:55 Probabilistic Aspect-oriented Gaze Behavior Modeling in Visual Content Browsing
    Kei Shimonishi
  • 15:55-16:15 Simulated crowds: Social signal using in culture-dependent queuing behavior learning assistance System
    Sutasinee Thovuttikul
  • 16:15-16:55 open discussions
  • 16:55-17:00 Closing
    Toyoaki Nishida

Your active participation is more than welcome. As there are some open slots, please let us know if you are interested in presenting your work. No fee is required for participation. Meanwhile, we constrain the maximal number of participants no less than 30 to promote an active discussion. If you are interested in particiating in the workshop please send an e-mail (Yoshimasa Ohmoto, Assistant professer, Nishida-Nakazawa Laboratory).


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