Call for abstracts/papers: Technological and Biological Bodies in Dialogue

Call for abstracts/papers, Cambridge, UK; 3rd-6th September 2019: Technological and Biological Bodies in Dialogue

Working on (Multi)sensory Body Perception and Interaction?
Interested in building synergies with relevant work in Affective Computing, Human-Computer Interaction and Cognitive Sciences?

The biannual International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction (ACII), featuring keynote speakers, Simon Baron-Cohen, University of Cambridge and Lisa Feldman Barrett, Northeastern University, is very keen to bring together junior and senior researchers to present ‘flash talks’ (less than 10 minutes) and posters in a special session entitled «Technological and Biological Bodies in Dialogue: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Multisensory Embodied Emotion and Cognition” and  including topics such as
            • Embodied cognition and emotion
            • Body-centred computing
            • Multisensory Body, Affective and Social Perception
            • Multimodal interactive systems for body sensing and feedback
            • Opportunities and challenges for body sensing/feedback technology
            • Approaches for sharing information about one’s body and emotions using body sensing
            • Body sensing/feedback wearable technology, virtual/mixed reality, avatars, ubiquitous computing
            • Ethical issues around body sensing/feedback technology
            • Applications of body sensing/feedback technology (such as rehabilitation, sports, health, games, art, etc)
Find more information about this track and how to submit your abstract or paper at  
Note that there will be the option to do one-day conference registration.
Important dates:

• Submission deadline: 12 April 2019 (same as regular papers)
• Conference dates: 3-5 September 2019
Ana Tajadura-Jiménez, Stacy Marsella, Aneesha Singh, Katherine Isbister, Katerina Fotopoulou