Joint Challenge and Workshop on Dominant and Complementary Emotion Recognition Using Micro Emotion Features and Head-Pose Estimation
Submission deadline: 24. March 2017
Location: Washington, DC., USA
Dates: 31. May 2017 -31. May 2017
More information: http://icv.tuit.ut.ee/fc2017
Sponsored by IEEE
This is a call for the two challenges and a workshop on dominant and complementary emotion recognition and head pose estimation. The challenges are held independently on each other topics, namely:
Challenge 1: Challenge on dominant and complementary emotion recognition;
Challenge 2: Challenge on head pose estimation.
Workshop focuses on the applications of the visual analysis of human emotion, which is intended to encourage the initiation and development of innovative solutions pertinent to the subject. Both theoretical and practical contributions in the field of visual emotion and affective computing are welcome.
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Scope of Workshop
• 2D and 3D human face recognition and identification
• Emotion recognition
• Emotion induction
• Personality analysis
• 2D and 3D gesture recognition for affective computing
• Emotion-based human-computer interaction
• Multi-modal visual analysis of human behaviour in affective computing
• Head-pose estimation
• Physiological signals and their effect on emotion
For further information on challenge submission, please visit http://icv.tuit.ut.ee/fc2017. Researchers and interested participants should pay very important attention on the deadlines which are provided both in this call and on the website.
Papers should describe original and unpublished work on the topics of the challenge and workshop. Prospective authors should prepare a full paper, written in English. The submission process will be handled through the CMT System. Submissions may be up to eight pages in the conference paper format and will be “double blind”. Further information can be found on the conference website. Each paper will be blind-reviewed by at least two reviewers and will be accepted based on its originality, significance and clarity. For accepted papers to be published, at least one author has to register and present the work at the conference.
Please find the call for papers and more information at the challenge and workshop website: