Affective computing for mental and physical wellbeing: Our mental and physical health are intertwined; poor mental health significantly increases the risk of physical health problems and vice versa. Affective computing technologies have the potential to enhance our everyday lives by helping us track and detect changes in our mental and physical wellbeing. We believe this theme is timely to emphasize the importance of this topic.

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General Chairs

Gale Lucas (USC)
Shiro Kumano (NTT)
Kenji Suzuki (University of Tsukuba)
Emily Cross (University of Glasgow)

Program Chairs

Desmond Ong (NUS)
Rachael Jack (University of Glasgow)
Khiet Truong (University of Twente)

Publication Chairs

Nicholas Cummins (King’s College London)
Leimin Tian (Monash University)

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Submission Topics

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Psychology & Cognition of Affect in Designing Computational Systems

Recognition and Synthesis of Human Affect from ALL Modalities

Affective Interfaces

Affective, Social and Inclusive Robotics and Virtual Agents

Affect and group emotions

Affective Databases and Annotation Tools


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    Oct 17



    Oct 21


  • Apr 22 2022

    Draft paper submission deadline

  • Jul 15 2022

    Draft Paper Acceptance Notification

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Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing (AAAC)
IEEE Computer Society