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Subject: [ E-CFP ] Fwd: Workshop on Affective Social Speech Signals
From: <laurent.besacier_(on)_imag.fr>
Date received: 28 Mar 2013
Deadline: 22 Apr 2013
Start date: 22 Aug 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 > A : "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 >
> ------------------------ > 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 > ------------------------- > > > >

------------------------
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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