Enjoy the presentations of the First IEEE International Workshop on Social Signal Processing, held in Amsterdam on September 13th, 2009. The event has gathered for the first time the SSP community, including not only the SSPNet members, but also researchers from all over the world active and interested in SSP.
The event has been attended by around 50 persons that have actively contributed to its success with their questions, interventions and presentations. Share with us the vibrant atmosphere of the workshop and do not hesitate to send us feedback via our web contact form.
Watch the presentations by clicking on the titles.
- Jeffrey Cohn: Keynote Jeffrey Cohn (University of Pittsburgh/Carnegie Mellon University, USA) (Keynote, IEEE SSP Workshop, Sep 09)
- Social Signal Processing: What are the relevant variables? And in what ways do they relate? P. Brunet, G. McKeown, R. Cowie, H. Donnan & E. Douglas-Cowie
- Social signals and the action-cognition loop. The case of over-help and evaluation I. Poggi & F. D’Errico
- Canal 9: A Database of Political Debates for Analysis of Social Interactions A. Vinciarelli, S.Favre, H.Salamin & A.Dielmann
- Can agreement and disagreement be detected automatically? K. Bousmalis, M. Mehu & M. Pantic
- Social Agents: the first generation D. Heylen, M. Theune, R. op den Akker & A. Nijholt
- Tracking the Second Channel of Information in Speech (Keynote) Nick Campbell (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
- Cultural and Personality Differences in the Multimodal Perception and Expression of Attitudes and Emotions C. Clavel, A. Rilliard, T. Shochi & J.C. Martin
- An Automatic Approach to Virtual Living based on Environmental Sound Cues M. Al Masum Shaikh, A.R.F. Rebordao, A. Nakasone, H. Prendinger & K. Hirose
- The Action Synergies: Partitioning Human Motion Video into Action Segments Y. Li & Y. Aloimonos
- Practical study on Real-time Hand Detection T. Gritti, J. Zondag & V. Jeanne
- Which ostensive stimuli can be used for a robot to detect and maintain tutoring situations? K. Lohan, A.L. Vollmer, J. Fritsch, K. Rohlfing & B. Wrede
- Panel Discussion (N.Campbell, J.Cassell, J.Cohn, A.Nijholt, and A.Vinciarelli)