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 Physiological Computing

Invited Speaker: Rosalind W. Picard, MIT Media Lab, USA
What can a computer learn about emotions from sensing your body

Batya Friedman, The Information School, University of Washington, USA
How Calming is my Technology? Using Physiological Measures to Assess whether Augmented Reality Systems Can Enhance Psychological Functioning in Workplace Settings

Win Burleson, MIT Media Lab, USA
Context Awareness: Supporting Humans Engaged in the Creative Process

Clive Johnson, School of Computing and Mathematics, Uni of Huddersfield, UK
Physiological Responses to Well-designed and Poorly-designed Interfaces

Diane Gromala, Graphics, Visualization and Usability Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
The Meditation Chamber: A Bio-interactive Therapeutic Virtual Environment

Jonathan Farringdon, Bodymedia, USA
Discovering Context from Physiological Sensing

Jennifer Healey, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
Physiological User Interfaces

Poika Isokoski, Dept of Computer and Information Science, University of Tampere, Finland
Affective Computing - Are we there yet?

Michael Meehan, Dept of Surgery, Stanford University, USA
Physiological Measures of Presence in Virtual Environments

Daniel Bruneau, Dept of Computer Science, University College London, UK
The Eyes Never Lie: The Use of Eye Tracking Data in HCI

Thecla Schiphorst, Technical University of British Columbia, Canada
Whisper: wearable body architectures

Frank H. Wilhelm, Dept of Psychology and Behavioral Science, Stanford University, USA
Continuous electronic data capture of cadiopulmonary physiology, motor behavior and subjective experience with the LifeShirt: towards a comprehensive monitoring of affective states in real life

Teresa Marrin Nakra, Immersion Music Inc, USA **Note Roz Picard will be presenting Teresa's paper
Musical Performance Applications of Affective Computing

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