Multimodal Analysis of Dynamic Cooperative Communication


Project description

We have certain mimics, gestures, facial expressions, and features of speech, which are important for us to understand each other. These forms of interaction and communication are the essential concepts in human sciences, especially in psychology, communication and linguistics. The research program is recently established to facilitate multi-disciplinary and multimodal research of the relationships between learning, communication and emotions. The program applies innovative information technology (machine vision, speech processing and physiologic signal processing) in the cultural identity and interaction research (language, education and interaction). The relevant application fields include psychological services and counseling, human computer interaction, and human behavior monitoring.


Faculty of Education,

Department of computer science and engineering, Faculty of Technology

Logopedics, Faculty of Humanities