Social Computing Dr. Patrick Gebhard, Tanja Schneeberger M.Sc.

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18.03.2020

Re-exam: additional information

Addendum to yesterday's news: if you want to take the re-exam in the future, please still register for the currently scheduled one.

 

We are not sure yet how the examination office will handle registrations for delayed exams, and with doing so you're on the... Read more

Addendum to yesterday's news: if you want to take the re-exam in the future, please still register for the currently scheduled one.

 

We are not sure yet how the examination office will handle registrations for delayed exams, and with doing so you're on the safe side.

17.03.2020

Re-exam cancelled

The re-exam, initially scheduled for April 2nd, is cancelled due to temporary suspension of teaching and related university operations to help contain spread of the corona virus.

 

Once teaching continues we will offer a replacement date, and notify you per... Read more

The re-exam, initially scheduled for April 2nd, is cancelled due to temporary suspension of teaching and related university operations to help contain spread of the corona virus.

 

Once teaching continues we will offer a replacement date, and notify you per mail.

 

For more information, see the university president's mail from yesterday.

12.03.2020

Exam results

Exam results can now be found in the LSF.

 

If you wish to inspect your exam, please write a mail to Tanja (tanja.simeonovski@dfki.de).

07.03.2020

Preliminary exam results and reexam

You should have just received an email with your preliminary exam results (pass/fail), which some students requested for further planning.

 

Exam grades will be published in the course of next week.

 

The re-exam will take place thursday before the new... Read more

You should have just received an email with your preliminary exam results (pass/fail), which some students requested for further planning.

 

Exam grades will be published in the course of next week.

 

The re-exam will take place thursday before the new lecture period, i.e. on Thursday, April 2nd, at 10 am.

12.02.2020

Exam tomorrow

Just a reminder: the exam will take place tomorrow in the usual lecture hall (E1 3, HS 003), at 10:15 am, for 90 minutes. See you there!

06.02.2020

Picking up task sheets

You will be able to pick up task sheets 1 to 3 between 10 and 12:30 tomorrow (friday) in our office (E1 1 on the first floor, left corridor, first door to the right).
 

27.01.2020

Final task sheet submission deadline extended

The deadline for the final task sheet has been extended until Wednesday, 12:15pm (the start time of the first tutorial discussing it).

21.01.2020

Final Task Sheet uploaded and remaining tutorials

The 4th and last task sheet has been uploaded to the Materials section.

Deadline is thursday next week.

The remaining tutorials will be:

  • this thursday, 23.01.
  • next wednesday, 29.01.

discussing task sheet 3,

and

The 4th and last task sheet has been uploaded to the Materials section.

Deadline is thursday next week.

The remaining tutorials will be:

  • this thursday, 23.01.
  • next wednesday, 29.01.

discussing task sheet 3,

and

  • thursday, 06.02.
  • wednesday, 05.02.

discussing the final task sheet.

Best
Matthias

18.12.2019

No tutorial this week

There will be no tutorial this week.

Tutorials discussing task sheet 2 will take place after the Christmas break.

The lecture on thursday will take place as usual.

13.12.2019

Task Sheet 2 deadline extended, TS 3 next week

As announced in the lecture yesterday, the deadline for task sheet 2 has been extended by one week.

The next task sheet (3) will be published next thursday.
 

20.11.2019

Tutorial rooms

Hello everyone,

 

rooms for the tutorials are now fixed.

 

Tutorial 1 will take place on thursdays (8:30), in building E1 1, room 206.

Tutorial 2 will take place on wednesdays (12:15), in building E1 7 (MMCI), room 323.

 

The first session of... Read more

Hello everyone,

 

rooms for the tutorials are now fixed.

 

Tutorial 1 will take place on thursdays (8:30), in building E1 1, room 206.

Tutorial 2 will take place on wednesdays (12:15), in building E1 7 (MMCI), room 323.

 

The first session of tutorial 1 will be this thursday, and will be a recap of what we have done so far, as well as an opportunity for you to ask questions.

The first session of tutorial 2 will be next wednesday, with the same content.

 

Tutorial attendance, as well as tutorial submissions, are optional, but strongly recommended. Hence tutorial assignment has no meaning beyond ordering your submissions. You will be free to assign yourself to one of the two tutorial slots once I have figured out how to enable that in the CMS...

 

Best

Matthias

14.11.2019

Tutorials

Hello everyone,

 

registration tokens have been sent to all students registered for the course.

 

There will be two tutorial slots, on wednesdays, 12:15 pm and thursdays, 8:30 am. Rooms will be announced in time before the first tutorials. Tutorials will... Read more

Hello everyone,

 

registration tokens have been sent to all students registered for the course.

 

There will be two tutorial slots, on wednesdays, 12:15 pm and thursdays, 8:30 am. Rooms will be announced in time before the first tutorials. Tutorials will take place every two weeks for each slot alternately.

Unfortunately there was no way to accommodate all preferences, so some of you may not be able to attend either of these.

Tutorial assignment will be added in the CMS in the coming days as more people register.

 

You can find the first task sheet in the Materials section, due 28.11. before the lecture.

 

Best

Matthias

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Social Computing

Affective Computing is an interdisciplinary research area that uses models of affect to recognize emotional expressions, simulate affect, and create emotional behavior.

This course gives an overview of theories of human emotion and how emotions, social values, cognitive processes, and bodily expressions are connected. Also, hardware and computational techniques for modeling human emotion processes as well as for recognizing and synthesizing emotional behavior are presented and discussed.
Further, we will discuss how to extend traditional HCI systems to create Social HCI systems. Master students will gain a strong background in the theory and practice of human-centered computing as it relates to games, immersive environments, and pedagogical applications.



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