Papers accepted to be published in the highest-ranked computer science publication venue IEEE CVPR, as well as in the Information Processing and Management journal. Watch out for preprints.
Tung Vuong successfully defended his PhD thesis: Behavioral Task Modeling for Entity Recommendation. Congratulations!
Three papers accepted to be published in ACM TOIS, ACM TOCHI, and ACM RecSys. Watch out for preprints.
Our new project where we aim to develop crowd-powered brain-computer interfaces for affective representation learning is recommended to be funded under the CHIST-ERA scheme. Looking forward to work with European partners on this.
Our paper titled “Brain-computer interface for generating personally attractive images” has been accepted for publication by IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing. Watch out for a preprint.
Our paper titled “Collaborative Filtering with Preferences Inferred from Brain Signals” has been accepted for publication at The Web Conference (WWW). Watch out for a preprint.
Our paper titled “Spoken Conversational Context Improves Query Auto Completion in Web Search” has been accepted for publication in ACM Transactions on Information Systems. Watch out for a preprint.
Our research was reviewed by the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, see here.
The group starts to operate also at University of Copenhagen, Denmark. We are looking forward for new collaborations and exciting research!
Our paper on connecting generative adversarial networks (GANs) with brain-computer interfaces, titled Neuroadaptive modelling for generating images matching perceptual categories is published by Scientific Reports (Nature). The paper is available here.
Our paper titled “Generating Images Instead of Retrieving Them: Relevance Feedback on Generative Adversarial Networks” published at SIGIR 2020The paper is available here
Our paper on interactive GANs accepted for publication at SIGIR 2020. Stay tuned for a preprint.
Our paper on brain responses and information theory, titled "Information gain modulates brain activity evoked by reading" accepted for publication at Scientific Reports (Nature). The paper is available here.
Our paper on brainsourcing, titled "Brainsourcing: Crowdsourcing Recognition Tasks via Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfacing" accepted for publication at CHI 2020. Paper available here.
We develop novel information retrieval and interactive visualization methods to assist humans search, perceiving, and comprehending complex information spaces.
We develop new implicit and reactive interfaces toward information that utilize brain and physiological signals and apply them in adaptive and interactive systems.
We develop user models that observe natural man-machine interactions and learn users' goals, intentions, and needs from this passively observed digital behavior.
(now officially with Niklas Ravaja's group)
Carlos de la Torre Ortiz