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LINGUIST List 17.1549

Fri May 19 2006

FYI: International NATO Summer School, ITALY

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        1.    Michelina (Elina) Savino, International NATO Summer School, ITALY


Message 1: International NATO Summer School, ITALY
Date: 19-May-2006
From: Michelina (Elina) Savino <m.savinopsico.uniba.it>
Subject: International NATO Summer School, ITALY


NATO Advanced Study Institute
International NATO Summer School ''E.R. Caianiello'' XI Course on

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION AND THE BIOMETRICAL
ISSUE

September 2-13 2003
Vietri sul Mare (Salerno), ITALY

Main topics:
- Verbal and non-verbal information in face-to-face communication
- Cross-modal analysis of speech, gesture and facial expressions
- Socio-cultural differences and personal traits
- Multimodal algorithms and procedures for speaker identification and
verification
- MPEG7 audio and video features for cross-modal interaction

Local Organising Institutions:
Second University of Naples, IT
University of Salerno, IT
Internation Institute for Advanced Scientific Studies (IIASS), Vietri sul
Mare, Salerno, IT

For all details, visit the school webpage
www.iiassvietri.it/school2006/index_2006.htm

For any questions contact
Anna Esposito at iiass.annaesptin.it

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

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