Call for Papers: HUBIC 2016
Athens, 25th July 2016: HuBIC 2016 focuses on the interplay of the different modalities involved in human behavior when interacting with physical objects, technology and other people. This wide, interdisciplinary field spans from capturing and analysis to modeling and generation of embodied behavior in the context of communication, learning or entertainment.
The HuBIC 2016 special session is organised by Institute for Language and Speech Processing, a gi-Cluster member, and invites for leading-edge research and experimentation in topics ranging from Human-Computer Interaction to Human Social Behavior. HuBIC 2016 provides the opportunity to present and discuss the state-of-the-art in capturing, analyzing, modelling and generating multimodal behavior signals, including signals conveying information from face and body motion, eye-tracking, speech, audio and video, biosensors and more, as well as their fusion and fission and their exploitation in modeling the human communicative behavior as well as building systems and interfaces for advanced, believable, natural, human-like interaction.
The HuBIC 2016 special session is organized as part of the 20th Pan-Hellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI 2016) with international participation. PCI 2016 is organized by the Greek Computer Society (GCS/ΕΠΥ), the Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece and the Department of Computer and Informatics Engineering of the Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece and will be held in Patras, Greece, on November 10th – 12th, 2016.
Full Paper Submission: September 5, 2016. More information available here.