Affective Computing for Mobile HCI workshop aims to bring together researchers and industry people from relevant yet diverse research fields of Affective Computing, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), and Mobile Computing to discuss the issues and the challenges pertinent in these fields, define future module and course design directions and teaching strategies for making affective computing tangible for university students and companies in mobile and telecommunications industry.
The workshop will consist of invited talks from leading experts, as well as poster presentations from the graduate students working in the relevant fields. The workshop is open to public. However, due to space limitations, an advance application for attendance is necessary. A registration fee waiver will be granted to the accepted attendees.
Posters from the Graduate Student Spotlights are available.
Application for attendance is closed.
Workshop program is available under Program.
Abstracts of talks and biographies for all the keynote speakers are available under Speakers.
Accomodation information is now available under Local Info.
Abstracts of talks and biographies for Frank Bentley, Nadia Berthouze, Henriette Cramer, Salih Ergüt, Ylva Fernaeus, and Björn Schuller are available under Speakers.
Notifications have been sent out. There are still some places left. Application for attendance is still possible. Notifications will be sent out on a weekly basis.
- Hazım Kemal Ekenel (email@example.com),
- Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
- Hatice Gunes (firstname.lastname@example.org),
- Queen Mary University of London, UK
Frank Bentley, Motorola Mobility Research / MIT, USA
Nadia Berthouze, University College London, UK
Nick Bryan-Kinns, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Henriette Cramer, Mobile Life Centre, Sweden
Rana el Kaliouby, MIT Media Labs / Affectiva, USA
Salih Ergüt, Avea Labs, Turkey
Ylva Fernaeus, KTH / Mobile Life Centre, Sweden
Didem Gökçay, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Alejandro Jaimes, Yahoo! Research Barcelona, Spain
Björn Schuller, Technische Universität München, Germany