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September 29th 2021
Pupil diameter predicts cognitive states
Information Processing Interface and System Design
Natural Language Processing 1 Security and Mathematical Science
September 30th 2021
Natural Language Processing 2 Image Processing
Speech Processing and Robotics Distributed system
Presentation of each paper has 15 min. talk and 5 min. Q and A via ZOOM. Detailed information about ZOOM (meeting ID and PW) will be noticed to presenters and registered participants via Peatix.
PUPIL DIAMETER PREDICTS COGNITIVE STATES
11:10-12:00, September 29th, 2021
SPEAKER: PROF. TETSUTO MINAMI
Several studies have indicated that pupillometry reflects cognitive factors such as cognitive effort, high working-memory load, and attentional state, even at the preconscious level. In this talk, I would like to introduce our recent pupillometry studies regarding insight processing and auditory discrimination.
Tetsuto Minami is a professor (cognitive neuroscience) in Department of Computer Science and Engineering), Toyohashi University of technology, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in informatics from Kyoto University, Japan. He was a postdoctoral researcher in national institute of information and communications technology (NiCT). His research focuses on human cognitive function such as face and emotional processing using a non-invasive method such as EEG, fMRI, and pupillometry.
MEDIA INFORMATION PROCESSING
13:00-14:40, September 29th, 2021
Chair : Norihide Kitaoka
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