Emotion Recognition in the Wild (EmotiW) Challenge Call for Papers

Eight Emotion Recognition in the Wild (EmotiW) Challenge 

@ ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction 2020, 
Utretch, Netherlands 

The Emotion Recognition in the Wild 2020 Challenge consists of
multimodal classification challenges, which mimics real-world
conditions. Traditionally, affect recognition has been performed on
laboratory controlled data. While undoubtedly worthwhile at the time,
such lab controlled data poorly represents the environment and
conditions faced in real-world situations. With the increase in the
number of video clips online, it is worthwhile to explore the
performance of affect recognition methods that work "in the

Challenge sub-challenges:
1. Audio-video based Group Emotion Recognition 
2. Driver Gaze Prediction
3. Engagement prediction in the Wild
4. Physiological Signal based Emotion Recognition

Train and validate data available - 7th March 2020
Test data available - 1st June 2020
Paper submission deadline - July 2020
Paper notification - July 2020

Abhinav Dhall, Monash University and IIT Ropar
Roland Goecke, University of Canberra 
Tom Gedeon, Australian National University 


Data Chairs:

Garima Sharma, Monash University

Yang Liu, Australian National University

Contact: emotiw2014@gmail.com