Representatives from the MindSee project were in Angers, France last week attending and representing the project at the 2nd International Conference on Physiological Computing.
MindSee was one of the projects presented as part of the European Project Space Session, on Day 1 of the conference. This was a precious opportunity for the consortium to disseminate results as well as project's ideas to a community very much in line with MindSee's proposition and areas of research.
Partners also participated to the Doctoral consortium, presenting a paper titled: Bringing Psychological, Affective and Motivational Relevance Frameworks to Real Information Retrieval Systems (Oswald Barral). The paper was very positively received, so much that it won the Best Doctoral consortium award!
The paper will be included in the CD-ROM of the proceedings of the conference as well as in the SCITEPRESS Digital Library. MindSee also showcased a dedicated booth with demos and posters to increase visibility and discuss potential collaboration with other EU/FET projects. The stand was particularly successful, bringing interest from many attendees.