The ACII 2011 Interactive Event Session serves as a forum for researchers and practitioners to showcase recent advances in affective computing
applications. The goal for the demonstrations is to illustrate the range of
applications and technical advances in the state of the art of affective
computing, in particular (but not only) regarding the main conference topics. The demos
will showcase both mature systems and innovative prototypes and the presenters
will have the opportunity to discuss their systems with the broader international
scientific community and the public at large. Two-page Interactive Event papers will be published in the the Conference Proceedings. Papers are due July 7, 2011.
Demos of research prototype and commercial products in the area of affective
computing are welcome. They should be accompanied by reasonably detailed
technical explanations of the methods used. Demos will be selected based on
a number of factors including scientific contribution, originality and innovation, social
impact, and potential for widespread use and acceptance.Please note that authors are required to show live demos of
their systems. Other formats of demonstration such as video clips or slide
shows may be accepted in exceptional cases only.
Please see this link
for proposal preparation templates. Please submit your proposal using the Easy Chair system accessible here
. Be sure to indicate that your are submitting to the Interactive Event session.
Your initial submission should include one document
with three sub-sections describe below.
- A two-page paper for inclusion in the ACII 2011 proceedings. The
document should include (a) a brief description of the system and the problem
it attempts to address, (b) a summary of the technical content of the system,
(c) results of a formal evaluation (if applicable), and (d) links to supporting websites, etc.
link to a web-viewable presentation (website, power-point presentation, video,
etc) illustrating the system along with accompanying text. The presentation
should explain the purpose of the system and provide a summary (text or audio)
of what is being presented.
detailed description of the technical set-up and requirements. By default, the
conference will provide a table and two chairs for each demo. Special
requirements regarding the hardware and software, used modalities, space,
ambience (illumination, noise sensitivity, etc.), and infrastructure (such as
power supplies, network access, etc) need to be explicitly mentioned in the
submission. We will attempt to provide necessary equipment and infrastructure,
but demonstrators will be required to provide their own computers and special-purpose
equipment. Note that content in this section does not count towards the two page limit.
- Interactive Events Proposal Submission: July 7, 2011
- Interactive Events Notification: July 15, 2011
- Camera-Ready Version Submissions: July 21, 2011
- Rafael Calvo, University of Sydney, Australia [Rafael.email@example.com]
- Sidney D'Mello, University of Memphis, USA [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Tanner Jackson, University of Memphis, USA [email@example.com]
If you have any questions regarding submissions, please email the three co-chairs above.