西田豊明教授 最終講義 および 退職記念パーティー のご案内

西田豊明教授最終講義およびパーティ ご参加予定の皆様

御存知の通り,新型コロナウイルス(COVID-19)の懸念が高まって
おり,学術会議および各学会とも,不要不急の集会などは極力控える
旨,要請が出ております.これに鑑みまして,西田先生ともご相談
いたしまして,3月6日に予定されておりました最終講義およびパー
ティーについては,順延させていただきたいと思います.
予定を確保されておられた皆様方,お会いできることを楽しみになさ
っていた方々には誠に恐縮ですがご存知のような状況の折,ご理解
いただければ幸いです.

新たな日程については,COVID-19の状況を見つつ,またご案内させ
ていただきますので,何とぞその折にはご参加をよろしくお願いいた
します.

発起人一同,代表,中澤篤志

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秋色の候、皆様におかれましてはますますご清栄のこととお慶び申し上げます。
西田豊明先生は2020年3月をもって定年で京都大学をご退職されることとなりました。
つきましては、先生の長年の研究・ご指導に感謝し今後の更なるご活躍とご健康を祈念して、記念祝典を催したいと存じます。
皆様にはご多忙の折と存じますが、是非ご出席いただきたくご案内申し上げます。


最終講義
日時:2020年3月6日(金) 受付 14 時 30 分/開始 15 時 00 分
会費:無料
場所:京都大学 工学部電気総合館 大講義室
(地図の67)
http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/access/campus/yoshida/map6r_y/
講演プログラム:
15:00 – 15:15 オープニング 中村佳正研究科長ご挨拶
15:15 – 15:30 三宅陽一郎先生(SQUARE ENIX)「ゲームと会話」
15:30 – 15:45 松村真宏先生 (大阪大学)「オンラインコミュニティと会話」
15:45 – 16:00 角康之先生 (はこだて未来大学)「体験メディアと会話」
16:00 – 17:10 西田豊明先生(京都大学)「そして,会話の学」
17:10 – 17:15 クロージング

記念パーティー
日時:同日 受付 18 時 00 分/開宴 18 時 30 分
会費:12,000 円
場所:京都大学 楽友会館 近衛 Latin
(地図の96)
http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/access/campus/yoshida/map6r_ys.html

下記URLより受け付けておりますので、 お手数ですがご入力をお願いいたします。なお、記念パーティーに関しましては定員になり次第受付を終了させていただくことがございます。

申し込みURL

発起人
河原達也、黒橋禎夫、武田英明、中野有紀子、角康之、
大本義正、上野敦志、村上晴美、寺田和憲
岡田将吾、藤原伸彦、黄宏軒、田島敬士、
松村真宏、大橋洋輝、坂本佳愛、神田賢一、
秋友伸也、吉野真弘、沖野祐介、陶山昂司、
松田貴大、中澤篤志

連絡先
安部さやか(sabe@ii.ist.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp)

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Dome Interaction Environment Debut on May 25, 2015

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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: http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/yoshida/main.html.

— 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
    (break)
  • 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
    (lunch)
  • 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
    (break)
  • 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 to:ohmoto@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp (Yoshimasa Ohmoto, Assistant professer, Nishida-Nakazawa Laboratory).

 

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Eye Analysis Group 2014

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[Icmi2014:12] First Call for Participation: ICMI 2014 Doctoral Consortium

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First Call for Participation
ICMI 2014 Doctoral Consortium 16th International Conference on
Multimodal Interaction
Nov 12-16, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey. http://icmi.acm.org/2014/
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* Submission deadline: July 1st, 2014
* Notifications: August 11th, 2014
* Camera-ready deadline: September 15th, 2014
* Consortium Date: November 12th, 2014
* Submission format: Four-page, ACM SIG proceedings format
(http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates). Not
anonymous.
* Selection process: Peer-Reviewed
* Presentation format: Talk on consortium day and participation in the
conference poster session
* Proceedings: Included in conference proceedings and ACM Digital Library
* Doctoral Consortium Co-chairs: Marco Cristani (University of Verona)
and Justine Cassell (Carnegie Mellon University)
–Overview–
The goal of the ICMI Doctoral Consortium is to provide PhD students with
an opportunity to present their work to a group of mentors and peers
from a diverse set of academic and industrial institutions, to receive
feedback on their doctoral research plan and progress, and to build a
cohort of young researchers interested in designing multimodal
interfaces. We invite students from all PhD granting institutions who
are in the process of forming or carrying out a plan for their PhD
research in the area of designing multimodal interfaces. The Consortium
will be held on November 12th, 2014. We expect to provide economic
support to most attendees that will cover part of their costs (travel,
registration, meals etc.).
–Who should apply?–
While we encourage applications from students at any stage of doctoral
training, the doctoral consortium will benefit most the students who are
in the process of forming or developing their doctoral research. These
students will have passed their qualifiers or have completed the
majority of their coursework, will be planning or developing their
dissertation research, and will not be very close to completing their
dissertation research. Students from any PhD granting institution whose
research falls within designing multimodal interfaces are encouraged to
apply.
–Submission Guidelines–
Graduate students pursuing a PhD degree in a field related to designing
multimodal interfaces should submit the following materials:
* Extended Abstract: A four-page description of your PhD research
plan and progress in the ACM SIG proceedings format
(http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates). Your
extended abstract should follow the same outline, details, and format of
the ICMI short papers. The submissions will not be anonymous. In
particular, it should cover:
– The key research questions and motivation of your research
– Background and related work that informs your research
– A statement of hypotheses or a description of the scope of the
technical problem
– Your research plan, outlining stages of system development or
series of studies
– The research approach and methodology
– Your results to date (if any) and a description of remaining work
– A statement of research contributions to date (if any) and expected
contributions of your PhD work.
* Advisor Letter: A one-page letter of nomination from the student’s
PhD advisor. This letter is not a letter of support. Instead, it should
focus on the student’s PhD plan and how the Doctoral Consortium event
might contribute to the student’s PhD training and research.
* CV: A two-page curriculum vitae of the student.
All materials should be prepared in PDF format and submitted in the
“Doctoral Consortium” track.
–Review Process–
The Doctoral Consortium will follow a review process in which
submissions will be evaluated by a number of factors including (1) the
quality of the submission, (2) the expected benefits of the consortium
for the student’s PhD research, and (3) the student’s contribution to
the diversity of topics, backgrounds, and institutions, in order of
importance. More particularly, the quality of the submission will be
evaluated based on the potential contributions of the research to the
field of multimodal interfaces and its impact on the field and beyond.
Students who are in the process of forming their PhD research plan or
are developing the research they have planned but are not too close to
completing their degrees would most benefit from participating in the
consortium. Finally, we hope to achieve a diversity of research topics,
disciplinary backgrounds, methodological approaches, and home
institutions in this year’s Doctoral Consortium cohort. We do not expect
more than two students to be invited from each institution to represent
a diverse sample.
–Economic Support–
We expect to be providing most student attendees with economic support
that will cover the majority of the costs of traveling to and attending
the Doctoral Consortium and the conference. However, the details on the
number of students to be funded and funding coverage is currently
unknown, as we are currently working on raising funds. More detail on
travel support will be announced on the Doctoral Consortium page of the
main conference website(http://icmi.acm.org/2014/).
–Attendance–
All authors of accepted submissions are expected to attend the Doctoral
Consortium and the main conference poster session. The attendees will
present their PhD work as a short talk at the Consortium and as a poster
at the conference poster session. A detailed program for the Consortium
and the participation guidelines for the poster session will be
available after the camera-ready deadline.
–Questions?–
For more information and updates on the ICMI 2014 Doctoral Consortium,
visit the Doctoral Consortium page of the main conference website
(http://icmi.acm.org/2014/).
For further questions, contact the Doctoral Consortium Co-chairs:
Marco Cristani, Justine Cassell: icmi-dc@acm.org
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ICMI 2014 Web Site http://icmi.acm.org/2014/

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Talk Announcement: Social Intelligence Design – an Organisational Semiotics Perspective (tentative)

Social Intelligence Design – an Organisational Semiotics Perspective (tentative)
by Dr Keiichi Nakata
Reader in Social Informatics
Deputy Head of Business Informatics, Systems and Accounting (BISA)
Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK
http://www.henley.reading.ac.uk/bisa/Aboutus/Staff/k-nakata.aspx
at Room 123 in General Research Building 7
at 16:30-17:30 on June 27th
Host:
Toyoaki Nishida
Professor
Dept. of Intelligence Science and Technology
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
Yoshida-Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan
Phone: +81-75-753-5371
FAX: +81-75-753-4961 e-mail: nishida@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Home Page: http://www.ii.ist.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~nishida/

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Sutasinee and Divesh in Augsburg

Here is a copy of an article: Aktuell-2013-02-21

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We are on the media

An article about our lab is published in an Australian electronic journal.  Aubrey Belford, the Asia correspondent for an Australian publication, The Global Mail  (www.theglobalmail.org), visited us in the beginning of January for a report.
Here is the article:
http://www.theglobalmail.org/feature/thats-not-a-droid-thats-my-girlfriend/560/
 

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TALK: Research and Technologies for Independent Living

Speaker: Andrey Kiselev (Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, Örebro University, Sweden)
Time
: 15:00-16:00 on Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Place: Lecture Room 1 (rm 127), General Research Bldg. No.8, Main Campus
(BLDG #59 “Faculty of Engineering Bldg. No.8”
in http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/campus/main.htm)

Abstract

Sweden and Japan are both confronted with the same challenges of dealing with a rapidly growing elderly segment of the population. ICT technologies and in particular robotic technology have been shown to have a significant potential to address issues of growing demands of an ageing society. Research efforts in this field have been many with few reaching a commercial impact. In this talk, I will outline a number of research projects whose aim is investigate the use of robotic and intelligent systems for independent living. A common feature across these projects is that they aim to reach a market within 5 to 10 years. For this to be possible, researchers, end-users and industrial partners work together in these projects. I will also describe a framework (testbed) for joint collaboration which is used to create further research initiatives and test research prototypes in real environments.

About the speaker

Dr. Andrey Kiselev is postdoctoral research fellow at Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, Örebro University. Andrey completed his Ph.D. at Kyoto University and his undergraduate studies at Moscow Institute of Electronic Technologies. His research is mostly focused on evaluating humans’ attitudes towards computer systems and emotional aspect of human-computer interactions. He is currently working in ExCITE and Giraffplus projects whose goal is to investigate different aspects of using robotics for independent living.
 
Hosted by:
Prof. Toyoaki Nishida
Department of Intelligence Science and Technology
Graduate School of Informatics
phone: 075-366-7492
e-mail: nishida@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp

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Projet Research Proposal: Interactive Simulation of Culture

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