Angelo Cafaro, Postdoctoral Researcher
INTERACTION Group, CNRS-ISIR, Pierre and Marie Curie University
Room J01, 4 place Jussieu, 75005 – Paris, FRANCE
Nov, 28 2016: The NoXi Database is online! Explore our large collection of screen-mediated face-to-face multimodal, multisensor recordings of Novice-eXpert Interaction.
Nov, 22 2016: Moved at ISIR to work with the INTERACTION Group.
Aug, 12 2016: Discover more about me (newly added page).
July, 30 2016: Two new journal articles accepted for publication! Learn more in my publications page.
Welcome to my homepage!
I do interdisciplinary research in the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Social Psychology. My focus is on observing and understanding human social behavior to support the design, implementation and evaluation of natural user interfaces in the form of anthropomorphic virtual characters that can interact in real-time with their users by using both verbal (e.g. spoken language) and nonverbal behavior (e.g. body language and facial expressions).
Applications of my research include online educational and training environments, healthcare (e.g. social support) and entertainment (e.g. videgames and interactive museum installations).
Share this page: