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Apologies for cross-posting.
We would like to remind you submit original papers to ESIVA 2015 and
forward this announcement to the appropriate groups or contacts.

Looking forward to your attendance at ESIVA 2015.

-----------------  ESIVA 2015 Workshop --------------------------------
-------------------- August, 25th 2015 -----------------------------------
----------------- Delft, the Netherlands ---------------------------------

https://esiva2015.wordpress.com/esiva2015/

Abstract:
Engagement is a fundamental aspect of the user experience with
intelligent virtual agents. It emphasises both positive and negative
aspects of the interaction. Many objective and subjective measures have
been used to design experiments which study engagement with respect to,
for instance, perceived user feedback and automatic classification of
multimodal behavioral features. The ESIVA Workshop addresses the
questions of how user engagement can be studied, measured, and
explained, so as to facilitate the development of user interfaces able
to engage people in social communication.

Dates:
Paper submission: 8th June 2015
Acceptance notification: 1st July 2015
Workshop: 25th August 2015

Links:
https://esiva2015.wordpress.com/esiva2015/
http://iva2015.tudelft.nl/?q=node/11

Chairs:
Loredana Cerrato (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
João Cabral (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Nick Campbell (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Anna Esposito (Salerno University and IIASS, Italy)
Benjamin Cowan (University College Dublin, Ireland)
Kristiina Jokinen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Loredana Sundberg Cerrato

/Post Doc Research Fellow/

/School of Computer Science & Statistics/

/Trinity College Dublin/



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