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(NEW*, Nov. 2012)Title: Automatic Emotional State Detection and Analysis on Embedded Devices.

Automatic detection and analysis of the emotional states provides important clues for the person’s behaviour happening next and is very useful for monitoring and protecting vulnerable people such as patients with mental diseases, persons under heavy mental pressure, and young kids without strong self-control ability. With emotion detection ability, machines such as computers, robots, toys and game consoles can interact with users in adaptive ways depending on users’ mental states. The aim of this project is to investigate the issue on how to make the best use of available computing resources (such as FPGA, GPU, multicore CPU and DSP, etc.) for achieving real-time performance in the automatic emotional state detection and recognition system based on our wining system in the AVEC2011 challenge (http://sspnet.eu/avec2011/). The project is funded by Brunel Research Initiative & Enterprise Fund and this position is available immediately for UK/EU students. For application, please send your updated CV and a brief research statement to Dr Hongying Meng by email (hongying.meng@brunel.ac.uk). The position will be closed as soon as a suitable candidate is found. For background information, please see the following website: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/~eesthhm/.
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