We welcome submissions to the AAAC Outstanding Dissertation Award, which will recognize the most outstanding research contributions from recently graduated PhD students within the Affective Computing community. The winner will be awarded a cash prize of $500.Read more
Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing
University of Cambridge. Department of Computer Science & Technology.
William Gates Building. 15 J J Thomson Ave.
Cambridge CB3 0FD. United Kingdom
The AAAC is a professional, world-wide association for researchers in Affective Computing, Emotions and Human-Machine Interaction. A PDF version of its Association Constitution can be downloaded here.
The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing (AAAC) manages the bids and the organisation of the International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII).
The Conference series on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction is the premier international forum interdisciplinary research on the design of systems that can recognize, interpret, and simulate human emotions and related affective phenomena.
The IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing is a cross-disciplinary and international archive journal aimed at disseminating results of research on the design of systems that can recognize, interpret, and simulate human emotions and related affective phenomena. The journal publishes original research on the principles and theories explaining why and how affective factors condition interaction between humans and technology, on how affective sensing and simulation techniques can inform our understanding of human affective processes, and on the design, implementation and evaluation of systems that carefully consider affect among the factors that influence their usability.
Become a Member
The AAAC currently has 269 members.
Membership in the Association is open to all researchers and research students in one of the disciplines related to emotion-oriented and affective computing.
Alternatively, transfer the amount to the following account:
IBAN: GB55MIDL40040751449362 — SWIFT/BIC: MIDLGB22
(Bank: HSBC Kings Cross, 31 Euston Road, NW1 2ST London UK — Beneficiary: The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing, care of Tyndallwoods Solicitors, 29 Woodbourne Road, B17 8BY Birmingham UK) and send a screenshot or receipt of the bank transfer to portal-editor (Khiet Truong) & treasurer (Michel Valstar).
Why become a member
Benefits for AAAC members:
- Active involvement in AAAC community and keeping up to date with the Affective Computing field
- Participation in LIG events
- Discount for registration fees AAAC events
- Vote in election of Executive Committee members
- To stand for election as an Executive Committee member
Organized at ECCV 2020 - August 23, Glasgow, ScotlandRead more
Board elected as the managing team of the Association. They can be reached under firstname.lastname@example.org.