Lorentz Center - Standards in Emotion Modeling from 15 Aug 2011 through 19 Aug 2011
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    Standards in Emotion Modeling
    from 15 Aug 2011 through 19 Aug 2011

 
Lorentz Center Workshop Proposal

Monday, August 15

 

09:00 – 10:00       Registration, welcome coffee

10:00 – 10:15       Introduction Lorentz Center: Mieke Schutte, manager of Lorentz Center

10:15 – 10:30       Workshop organizers explain workshop planning, main topics and goals

                              
Invited speakers session 1:

10:30 – 11:00       Eva Hudlicka (all talks include 5-10 min questions)

11:00 – 11:30       Johnathan Gratch and Stacy Marsella

11:30 – 12:00       John-Jules Meyer and Mehdi Dastani

12:00 – 14:00       Lunch and informal discussion

                               Invited speakers session 2:

14:00 – 14:30       Dirk Heylen

14:30 – 15:00       Rainer Reisenzein

15:00 – 15:30       Bernhard Hommel

15:30 – 16:00       Break

16:00 – 16:15       Poster booster flash presentation (1 slide ppt, one minute per person, all accepted contributions, about 15 accepted papers max)

16:15 – 18:00       Poster session (all accepted papers have a poster, talks see Wednesday):

·           Kiril Kiryazov, Robert Lowe, Christian Becker-Asano, and Tom Ziemke: Modelling Embodied Appraisal in Humanoids: Grounding PAD space for Augmented Autonomy

·           Wim van der Ham and Joost Broekens: The Effect of Dominance Manipulation on the Perception and Believability of an Emotional Expression

·           Emiliano Lorini: Qualitative and quantitative aspects of expectation-based emotions: a logical approach

·           Jennifer Sabourin, Bradford Mott, and James Lester: Computational Models of Affect and Empathy for Pedagogical Virtual Agents

·           João Dias, Samuel Mascarenhas, Ana Paiva: FAtiMA Modular: Towards an Agent Architecture with a Generic Appraisal Framework

·           Jonathan Ito and Stacy Marsella: Contextually-Based Utility: An Appraisal-Based Approach at Modeling Framing and Decisions

·           David Gibson: Modeling Emotions in Simulated Learning

·           Francesco Sardo, Guido Boella: Emotion and Decision Making in Trust Games

·           Koen V. Hindriks and Joost Broekens: Comparing Formal Cognitive Emotion Theories

·           Joscha Bach: Modeling Emotion as an Interaction between Motivation and Modulated Cognition

·           Bart van Straalen, Dirk Heylen: The Influence of Emotion on Interpersonal Relationships during Conversations

·           Pierre Philippe, Magalie Ochs, and Catherine Pelachaud: From Biologically Inspired Model of Emotions to Strategic Expressions for a Virtual Agent

17:00                     Wine & cheese party (during poster session)

 

 

Tuesday, August 16

 

09:00 – 09:30       Welcome coffee

09:30 – 12:00       Plenary discussion inspired by workshop papers and invited talks and main workshop themes moderated by one psychologist, one workshop organizer and one computer scientist. The goal is to define the topics for the work groups

12:00 – 14:00       lunch and informal discussion

14:00 – 17:00       Working in a total of about 4 groups (with breaks) on topics of main themes such as guidelines, standards, mechanisms and tools to facilitate comparison and validation of computation models of emotion

 

 

Wednesday, August 17

 

09:00 – 09:30       Welcome coffee

09:30 – 12:00       Working in groups (with breaks) on topics of main themes

12:00 – 14:00       Lunch and informal discussion

14:00 – 17:00       Oral presentations (20 minutes including discussion)

                               Session: model validation and grounding

·           Jennifer Sabourin, Bradford Mott, and James Lester: Computational Models of Affect and Empathy for Pedagogical Virtual Agents

·           Wim van der Ham and Joost Broekens: The Effect of Dominance Manipulation on the Perception and Believability of an Emotional Expression

·           Kiril Kiryazov, Robert Lowe, Christian Becker-Asano, and Tom Ziemke: Modelling Embodied Appraisal in Humanoids: Grounding PAD space for Augmented Autonomy

·           Jonathan Ito and Stacy Marsella: Contextually-Based Utility: An Appraisal-Based Approach at Modeling Framing and Decisions

Break (30 min)

Session: modeling principles and approaches

·           João Dias, Samuel Mascarenhas, Ana Paiva: FAtiMA Modular: Towards an Agent Architecture with a Generic Appraisal Framework

·           Koen V. Hindriks and Joost Broekens: Comparing Formal Cognitive Emotion Theories

·           Emiliano Lorini: Qualitative and quantitative aspects of expectation-based emotions: a logical approach

·           David Gibson: Modeling Emotions in Simulated Learning

17:30                     Departure to boat by bus (Zijldijk, Leiderdorp)

18:00 – 22:00       Boat trip and dinner

22:00                     Return by bus to Leiden (Leiden Central Train Station, Lorentz Center, Hotel Van der Valk)

 

 

Thursday, August 18

 

09:00 – 09:30       Welcome coffee

09:30 – 12:00       A plenary session to reflect on the progress made by the different groups the previous days. The goal of this reflection session is to sharpen the discussions in the groups, to focus, or to propose alternative angles. For each group a time slot of about 30 minutes is planned. A break is planned in between of 30 minutes (hence 30x5 minutes)

12:00 – 14:00       Lunch and informal discussion

14:00 – 17:00       Working in groups (with breaks) on topics of main themes such as guidelines, standards, mechanisms and tools to facilitate comparison and validation of computation models of emotion, guided by reflection session

 

 

Friday, August 19

 

09:00 – 09:30       Welcome coffee

09:30 – 10:30       Keynote (Gerald Clore and Andrew Ortony)

11:00 – 12:00       Presentation of different group results (4x15 min)

12:00 – 13:00       Lunch

13:00 – 15:00       Plenary discussion of results and next steps, such as planning for joint papers, special issue IEEE Trans., Joint article in cognition and emotion, etc.

15:00 – 15:15       Closing

 

 



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