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Special Interest Group Emotion Recognition from Speech

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Editors:

Bjoern Schuller (Imperial College London, UK)
Laurence Devillers (LIMSI-CNRS, France)



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Blog.

The Blog is now open. Discussion and contribution is highly appreciated. If you want to contribute to a topic or add a new one, you may also simply mail us your contribution.

Current Events.

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The Group

Welcome to the Special Interest Group Emotion Recognition from Speech.

The ambition of this group is to provide latest news and discussion related to acoustic and linguistic analysis of the speech signal in search of affective cues. Further, we aim to support, initialize, and organize events helping to advance current research and bring together people working in the field.

In the near future we will announce further new activities and introduce tools and data of your potential interest. The group focus is sought in (but not limited to) the following areas:

  • Recognition of emotion from acoustic parameters
  • Recognition of emotion from linguistic parameters
  • Recognition of non-linguistic vocalisations (such as e.g. laughter)
  • ASR of emotional speech
  • General recognition of paralinguistics from speech

In any case do not hesitate to contact us for your own contributions.
Looking forward to hearing from you,


Bjoern Schuller
Laurence Devillers




Last updated: 12 September 2017
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