The workshop is an online public event hosted by Qualisys and organized by the EU project EnTimeMent. The theme of the workshop is “Capturing human time” and takes place on May 5 and May 19.
The workshop is mainly targeting researchers and other interested persons that are active in the areas related to the EnTimeMent project, including but not limited to cognitive neurosciences, human movement sciences, computational sciences, machine learning, HCI, social robotics, music, and dance research.
The workshop consists of 4 sessions:
May 5, Wednesday
- 10:00-11:45 (CET) Session I: Goals and foundations of the EnTimeMent project
- 14:00-16:30 (CET) Session II: Designing time – Temporal scales in interaction design
Keynote: “Media Interaction Design and Creativity Support” by Joseph Malloch
May 19, Wednesday
- 10:00-12:30 (CET) Session III: Grasping time – Capturing, understanding and modeling temporal scales in human perception and action
Keynote: “Robot systems that act, interact and collaborate” by Danica Kragic Jensfelt
- 14:00-15:30 (CET) Session IV: Markerless motion capture and machine learning
There will be the possibility for group discussions and one-to-one networking for all attendees in the breaks and after the end of the official schedule on both days.
For detailed information about the program, see the registration links below. Please note that you need to register per day, so make sure to register for both days if you want to attend the complete workshop.
For more information about the EnTimeMent project, see the EnTimeMent website.