LGSA 2010 Short Talk:
Comparing Computer-Face-Based Emotion Recognition with Human Emotion Perception

Latino Graduate Students Alliance (LGSA) Interdisciplinary Symposium,
Tempe, Arizona, USA. March 2006.
Short Talk
Friday (March 26) — ASU Tempe Main Campus, MU Building Room 202.

 

The Latina(o) Graduate Student Alliance (LGSA) Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Symposium provides a forum for scholarly exchange and discussion about Graduate Research being conducted at Arizona State University. The Symposium includes both theoretical and applied research that transcends disciplinary boundaries. This symposium was inspired by ASU’s new model for the American research university, which strives to become a leader in the field of academia committed to excellence, access and impact. “ASU measures itself by those it includes, not by those it excludes.”

The LGSA Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Symposium is committed to help ASU’s Graduate Students pursue research that contributes to the public good. This year’s research symposium included 28 graduate and undergraduate students from 18 departments.

Slides

These are my slides for the short talk (in spanish), any comment is more than welcome.