This workshop will be held at IVA 2017 in Stockholm on August, 27th. The aim is to bring together researchers from a variety of fields interested in the study of conversational interruptions in multimodal human-human, human-agent (both virtual
and robotic) or agent-agent interactions. Our aim is to address current challenges in this area (as well as identifying new ones) and to set a research agenda to make IVAs capable of believably react and adapt to unexpected situations such
as conversational interruptions.
Topics of interests include (but are not limited to):
In this one day workshop, authors of accepted papers will present their work during the morning. In the afternoon we will break out in small groups and participate in an interactive demo session offered by participants. The workshop will terminate with a final discussion panel.
We invite two types of submissions:
Submissions should be sent by email to angelo (dot) cafaro (at) isir (dot) upmc (dot) fr.
|Full paper submission deadline|
|28 July 2017||Demo description (1 page) submission deadline|
|Full paper authors notification|
|Full paper camera-ready deadline|
|25 July 2017||Early registration deadline|
|13 August 2017||Registration deadline|
|27 August 2017||Workshop|
|09.30 - 09.50||Interrupting Giver||Eli Pincus
|09:50 - 10:10||Interruptions as Speech Acts||Peter Wallis
|10:10 - 10:30||Modeling The Impact Of Action Tendency On An Agent Interrupting Behavior||Mathieu Jégou
|11.00 - 11.20||Better Faulty than Sorry: Investigating Social Recovery Strategies to Minimize the Negative Impact of Failure
in Human-Robot Interaction
|11:20 - 11:40||Using Contextual Knowledge to Resume Human-Agent Conversations when Programing the Intelligence of
|11:40 - 12:00||Silence, Please! Interrupting In-Car Phone Conversations||María Soledad López Gambino|
IVA 2017 is the 17th meeting of an interdisciplinary annual conference and the main leading scientific forum for presenting research on modeling, developing and evaluating intelligent virtual agents (IVAs) with a focus on communicative abilities
and social behavior. IVAs are interactive digital characters that exhibit human-like qualities and can communicate with humans and each other using natural human modalities like facial expressions, speech and gesture. They are capable of real-time
perception, cognition, emotion and action that allow them to participate in dynamic social environments. In addition to presentations on theoretical issues, the conference encourages the showcasing of working applications.
More information at http://iva2017.org/.
Pierre and Marie Curie University
angelo (dot) cafaro (at) isir (dot) upmc (dot) fr
Imperial College London
University of Liverpool
e (dot) coutinho (at) imperial (dot) ac (dot) uk
patrick (dot) gebhard (at) dfki (dot) de
blaise (at) cereproc (dot) com