[FieldTrip] Deadline Extension! Workshop of Affective Brain-Computer Interfaces at ACII2013

Christian Muehl cmuehl at gmail.com
Thu Apr 18 13:19:58 CEST 2013

** Submission deadline extension until 28th of April**

3rd Workshop on Affective Brain-Computer Interfaces (aBCI) Workshop at
ACII 2013 (September 2-5), Geneva, Switzerland, September 2, 2013


During the last decade, brain computer interface (BCI) research has
developed into a major research field establishing methodological
frameworks, guidelines and a core community of established researchers.
Besides proving valuable as a communication channel that bypasses impeded
muscular pathways, the novel technology also spurred the investigation of
applications for able-bodied users, foremost in the fields of
entertainment, health and lifestyle.

Affective BCI systems allowing users to control computer games, support
relaxation training, or trigger your alarm clock during a shallow sleep
stage have been proposed, implemented, and sold. Moreover, the affordable
hardware and software tools also encouraged artists to play with the idea
of a direct access to people’s most private information: their affective
and cognitive states. From these explorations followed a number of
interesting installations, suggesting novel ways of human-computer as well
as human-human interaction: neurotechnology-based systems that encourage
affective self-reflection, the synchronization and empathizing between or
the competition of different minds, and the collaborative creation and
manipulation of digital multimodal content.

The third workshop on affective brain-computer interfaces will explore the
advantages and limitations of using neuro-physiological signals as a
modality for the automatic recognition of affective and cognitive states,
and the possibilities of using this information about the user state in
applications for domains like health, arts, and entertainment. The goal is
to bring researchers, artists, and practitioners together to present
state-of-the-art progress and their visions, and thus to spur the
development of guidelines and frameworks for affective BCI.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• affective/cognitive state induction and data collection for affective BCI
• detection of mental state via BCI and other modalities
• innovative concepts for adaptive interfaces and affective BCI
• demos of affective BCI systems and artworks

Submission Instructions

* The papers should feature original empirical work, theoretical work, or a
well defendable but arguable position of the authors.
* Papers will be published in the proceedings of ACII 2013 by IEEE. Papers
should be limited to 6 pages.
* Further details about the submission instructions and format can be found
on the website of ACII 2013.

* For further information, contact abci at ewi.utwente.nl

Important Dates:

April 28, 2013: Submission of manuscripts
May 27, 2013: Acceptance/Rejection notification
June 17, 2013: Submission of camera-ready papers and presenting author’s
September 2, 2013: Date of the Workshop

Programme Chairs:

* Brendan Allison, University of California, San Diego, USA
* Guilliaume Chanel, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva,
* Christian Mühl, INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, France
* Anton Nijholt, Universiteit Twente, the Netherlands

Programme Committee:

* Egon L. van den Broek, TNO Technical Sciences, Delft, The Netherlands
* Anne-Marie Brouwer, TNO Perceptual and Cognitive Systems, Soesterberg,
the Netherlands
* Stephen Fairclough, John Moores University, Liverpool, UK
* Didier Grandjean, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland
* Hayrettin Gürkök, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands
* Jonghwa Kim, University of Augsburg, Germany
* Brent Lance, Army Research Laboratory/TNB, Aberdeen Proving Ground, USA,
* Fabien Lotte, INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, France
* Winfried Menninghaus, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
* Gary Garcia Molina, Philips Research North America, Briarcliff, USA
* Christopher Honey, Princeton University, USA
* Ioannis Patras, Queen Mary University, London, UK
* Mannes Poel, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands
* Olga Sourina, NanYang Technological University, Singapore
* Ed Tan, Universiteit van Amsterdam, the Netherlands
* Aleksander Valjamae, University of Graz, Austria
* Thorsten Zander, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
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