CLICK HERE to join the seminar via Zoom. Meeting ID: 852 3757 7668. Passcode: 145432.
The AAAC Seminar Series has the twofold objective of: (1) presenting and critically reflecting on key research (both seminal and state-of-the art) in all areas of and disciplines related to Affective Computing, and (2) introducing Affective Computing to starting researchers and researchers from other disciplines. With this double aim in mind, the series will include different types of talks, ranging in style from keynotes, to tutorials, to interviews. Seminars will be about 1 hour long (including questions from the audience), monthly in frequency (in principle with a break the Summer term), and schedule at a time that should make it possible for most people around the globe to attend (by default at 16:00 CET/CEST).
The link to attend the seminars will be posted on the AAAC mailing list and added to this page shortly before each talk, on the day of the talk.
- December 15, 2022: Nadia Berthouze, UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC), UK
- January 27, 2023: Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Lab, USA
- October 28, 2022, 16:00 CEST: Andrew Ortony, Northwestern University, USA
- Title: The Cognitive Structure of Emotions (“OCC”), 1988-2022: An Overview. Abstract and Bio available here.
- Recorded talk:
- November 17, 2022, 16:00 CET: Catherine Pelachaud, Sorbonne University & CNRS, France
- Title: Endowing Socially Interactive Agents with Socio-Emotional Behaviors. Abstract and Bio available here.
- Recorded talk:
Seminar Series Organization: Lola Cañamero, ETIS Lab, CY Cergy Paris University, France, Chair of the AAAC Education and Early Career Committee.