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The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing

The AAAC is a professional, world-wide association for researchers in Affective Computing, Emotions and Human-Machine Interaction

The AAAC, formerly the HUMAINE Association, was founded in June 2007, and its first Executive Committee and Management Board were elected in September and October 2007. The history of the process can be viewed in the Association Blog.

AAAC News
The first Asian Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII Asia 2018)
ACII Asia is the premier Asian forum for interdisciplinary research on the design...
Beijing, China, 20 May 2018
ETHICAI 2018: ETHics In Corpus collection, Annotation and artificial Intelligence
ETHICAI 2018 (ETHics In Corpus collection, Annotation and artificial Intelligence...
Miyazaki, Japan, 08 May 2018

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Fuzzy rules used to synthesize intermediate facial expressions

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We provide a set of rules containing the MPEG-4 FAPs (facial animation parameters) accompanied by the corresponding range of values, as measured in a variety of standard image databases. This tool has been made for synthesis purposes, but can also be used for facial expression analysis; the combination of emotional labels to provide intermediate expressions is based on the algorithm proposed in th... 
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Researcher of the day

Kuderna-Iulian Benta
Kuderna-Iulian Benta
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Key research interests:

Technologies for natural occurring affective states recognition that consider # Real life-like secondary emotions # The context correlated with emotions # Ubiquitous solutions # Personalisation based on the uniqueness of each human # Not intrusive but ethical solutions
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Members

The AAAC currently has 106 members.

Membership in the Association is open to all researchers and research students in one of the disciplines related to emotion-oriented and affective computing.

AAAC Membership type
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Alternatively, transfer the amount to the following account:
IBAN: GB55MIDL40040751449362SWIFT/BIC: MIDLGB22
(Bank: HSBC Kings Cross, 31 Euston Road, NW1 2ST London UK — Beneficiary: The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing, care of Tyndallwoods Solicitors, 29 Woodbourne Road, B17 8BY Birmingham UK) and send a screenshot or receipt of the bank transfer to portal-editor & treasurer (AT) emotion-research.net (please substitute the (AT) in the email addresses).

Management Board

The following persons are elected as the managing team of the Association. They can be reached under management-board@emotion-research.net.

President
Dirk Heylen
Dirk Heylen
2015 - 2017
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President-elect
Hatice Gunes
Hatice Gunes
until 2017
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Secretary
Björn Schuller
Björn Schuller
2015 - 2017
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Portal Editor
Stefan Rank
Stefan Rank
2012 - 2018
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Treasurer
Michel Valstar
Michel Valstar
since 2016
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  Previous Officers of the Assocation

Executive Committee

The following persons form the Executive Committee of the Association, its decision-making body.

 

Editorial Board

The following persons form the Editorial Board of the portal. They can be reached under editorial-board@emotion-research.net.

 

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