[Elsnet-list] Fwd: Workshop on Affective Social Speech Signals

Laurent Besacier laurent.besacier at imag.fr
Thu Mar 28 14:43:31 CET 2013



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> De : Laurent Besacier <Laurent.besacier at imag.fr>
> Objet : Workshop on Affective Social Speech Signals
> Date : 28 mars 2013 14:43:09 UTC+01:00
> À : "parole at listes.afcp-parole.org" <parole at listes.afcp-parole.org>
> 
>> 
>> 
>> Apologies for cross-postings
>>  
>> **** Workshop  on Affective Social Speech Signals ****
>>                                 .WASSS’2013
>>                             22-23 august 2013
>>                             2d call for papers
>> http://wasss-2013.imag.fr
>> satellite of Interspeech 2013 http://www.interspeech2013.org/
>>  
>> Cross-Referencing with the 4th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), co-located with Interspeech 2013 in Grenoble, France, on August 21st-22nd, 2013:http://slpat.org/slpat2013
>>  
>> The WASSSS workshop will take place at the University of Grenoble, approximately 1 hour by train, bus or car from Lyon. It will be held over 2 days: the Thursday and Friday before Interspeech.).
>>  
>> --- The intended contributions can be related, but not limited to:
>>  
>> -       social emotions, social affect: theories or models, how and why signalled
>> -       social affect signals (e.g. expressions of automatic emotions and more social emotions, attitudes, intentions, mental states, cognitive processing, feelings...): corpus,  description, annotation, etc
>> -       the cultural contrast of affective social speech
>> -       psychological/neuropsychological models and cues for social affect processing
>> -       social and anthropological models for analysing affective processing and
>>          emotions expressions
>> -       social affect in Human Machine Interaction and dialog
>> -       multimodality of the social signals in face to face speech interactions
>> -       the place of social speech affect in L2 learning
>> -        the challenge of social signals for robots and embodied virtual agents
>> -       social affect in  speech technologies: speech synthesis, recognition or translation
>> -       speech social affect within personality, social rule and culture
>> -       lexicon of social affect in  speech
>> -       sentiment analysis/opinion mining in  speech
>> -       etc
>>  
>>  
>> ******* Important dates:
>>  
>> paper submission:   22 april 2103
>> acceptation notification: 17 june 2013
>> final submission:  22 july 2013
>> early registration: 27 june 2013
>> late registration: 20 july 2013
>>  
>>  
>> --- submission
>> 
>> Papers should be a maximum of 4 pages Interspeech format (see submission
>> guidelines on Interspeech site
>> Every paper will be reviewed by at least 2 members of the scientific committee (extension of the program committee).
>> The workshop contributions be followed by a special publication of selected papers.
>>  
>> ---WASSS description
>>  
>> This workshop will provide a meeting place for the  different communities interested into why, how and when speech is used by humans for signalling socio-affective functions. It will be dedicated to building interdisciplinary research and cross-fertilization between the  different scientific communities All areas related to human communication are concerned: language and speech computing, robotics or virtual agents, as well as linguistics, phonetics, pragmatics, didactics, sociology, psychology, neuropsychology, ethology, biology, etc. The organisation of affect is complex – from low-level emotion automatic or reflexive  processing to higher cognitive levels , culture-dependent, language-organized, controlled processing. Speech can signal some very rich social and emotional cues, reflecting personality, social role, the cultural/language  specificities in all human interactions and more broadly  in human communication.  
>> This workshop will be especially the place where “social emotions” will be debated from different points of view, with different meanings depending on the domain.
>>  
>>  
>> Program Commitee
>> Aubergé V, LIG CNRS, Grenoble, France
>> Campbell N, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
>> Grandjean D., Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland
>> Mac K D, MICA, Hanoi, Vietnam
>> De Meo A, L2 Linguistics and Audio-Visual Center, Italy
>> de Moraes JA, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
>> Sagisaka Y, Waseda University, Japan
>> Wichman A, School of Literature, Language and International Studies, University of Central Lancashire, UK.
>> Pettorino M., L’Orientale University, Napoli, Italy
>> Rilliard A, LIMSI, Paris, France
>> Shochi T, Université Bordeaux, France
>> Tutin, A, Lidilem, Grenoble, France
>>  
>> 
>> Scientific committee
>> 
>> d’Alessandro, LIMSI CNRS, Paris
>> 
>> Amir N, Dpt for Communications Disorders - Speech, Language and Hearing, Tel Aviv University, Israel
>> 
>> Audibert N, LPP, Paris, France
>> 
>> Barbosa P, Unicam, Campinas, Brazil
>> Batliner A., Lehrstuhl fuer Mustererkennung, Germany,
>> Chaby L, ISIR, Paris
>> Chetouani M, ISIR Paris
>> Martin JC, LIMSI, Paris, France
>> Martin P, Jussieu, Paris
>> Martin-Juchat F, GRESEC, Grenoble, France
>> Gu W, School of Chinese Language and Culture, Nanjing Normal University, China
>> Devillers L, University Paris-Sorbonne, France
>> Escudero-Mancebo David, ECA-SIMM Laboratory, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
>> Guillaume L, Awabot
>> Lacheret Anne, Modyco, Paris
>> Laukka P,  Dpt Psychologye, Stockholm, Sweden
>> Mixdorf H, BHT Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Germany
>> Moudenc T, Voxygen, Lannion, France
>> Rosec O, Voxygen, Lannion, France
>> Romano T, Turin, Italy
>>  
>> Organization Committee
>> Adam Carole, LIG, Grenoble, France
>> Aubergé V, LIG, Grenoble, France, chair
>> Sasa Y., LIG, Grenoble, France
>> Rossato S, LIG, Grenoble, France
>> Vacher M, LIG, Grenoble, France
>> Vaufreydaz Dominique, INRIA/LIG, Grenoble, France
>> Antunes L., UFOP, Minais Gerais, Brazil
>> Rousset I., Lidilem, Grenoble France
>> Zampa V., Lidilem, Grenoble, France
>> Henrich N, Gipsa Lab, Grenoble, France
>> Lu Y, Gipsa Lab, Grenoble, France
>> Vallée N., Gipsa Lab, Grenoble, France
>> 
>> 
>> -- 
>> 
>> Véronique Aubergé
>> Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble - UMR CNRS 5217
>> Département d'Informatique Pédagogique de l'Université Stendhal
>> +33 4 76 51 44 86 / +33 6 80 70 85 66
> 
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> Laurent Besacier
> Professeur à l'Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble 1)
> Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble (LIG)
> Membre Junior de l'Institut Universitaire de France (IUF 2012-2017)
> laurent.besacier at imag.fr
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Laurent Besacier
Professeur à l'Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble 1)
Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble (LIG)
Membre Junior de l'Institut Universitaire de France (IUF 2012-2017)
laurent.besacier at imag.fr
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