The Center brings together experts in mental health, behavioral science, intervention, mobile sensing, signal processing, affective computing, artificial intelligence, biomedical engineering, data mining, computer networks, and machine learning.
Director, Ann Swindells Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Oregon
Youth Mental Health, Prevention Science, Intervention Design, Sleep, Analysis of Affective and Social Behavior, Passive Mobile Sensing
Professor of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, Adjunct Professor of Robotics, Carnegie Mellon University
Measurement of emotion, social interaction, and depression through automated analysis of facial expression, body movement, and prosody.
Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering, RMIT University
Emotion recognition and real-time tracking systems
Emotionally capable technologies
Biomedical speech and image processing
LOUIS –PHILIPPE MORENCY
Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
Building the computational foundations to enable computers with the abilities to analyze, recognize and predict subtle human communicative behaviors during social interactions
Associate Professor, Psychology, University of Oregon
Emotion, Interpersonal Perception, Personality Development, Self, Social Media
Research Professor, College of Education & Prevention Science Institute, University of Oregon
Use of technology in delivering high-impact health behavior change, eHealth interventions, Implementation of eHealth interventions in practical settings, Self-management strategies, Prevention Science