EATMINT (affective computing and emotion awareness tools for computer-mediated interaction) is a NCCR affective Sciences project. Two main focus :
- A psychology focus. Three experimental studies on : a group awareness tool for the social sharing of emotions and its effect on collaboration (Study 1) ; the relation between achievement emotions and computer-supported collaboration processes (Study 2) ; mutual emotion modelling and its effect on regulation (Study 3).
- An affective computing focus dedicated to the detection of emotional informations in computer-mediated collaboration settings. The long-term goal is to develop systems able to provide emotion-based guidance for collaboration.
2011 - still in progress
- Gaëlle Molinari, coordinator, psychology focus, University of Geneva & UniDistance
- Sunny Avry, PhD student supervised by Gaëlle Molinari, University of Geneva & UniDistance
- Guillaume Chanel, coordinator, affective computing focus, CISA & Université de Genève
- Mireille Bétrancourt, head of the project, psychology focus, University of Geneva
- Thierry Pun, head of the project, affective computing focus, University of Geneva
- TECFA, Université de Genève
- Sciences Affectives, pole de recherche national suisse
- Fond National Suisse (2011-2017)
- UniDistance (thèse de doctorat de Sunny Avry)