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Welcome to Interaction Lab. We research on interactive systems and social computing systems for supporting and enhancing human interaction with the understanding of interpersonal communication and collaboration. Motivated candidates for the graduate school and the research students are welcome regardless of nationality or any other distinction. Feel free to contact the lab director by email.

Latest News

CHI 2019

Zixuan Guo, Tomoo Inoue, Using a conversational agent to facilitate non-native speaker’s active participation in conversation, Proc. CHI'19 Extended Abstracts, LBW1216, 6 pages, doi>10.1145/3290607.3313075, 2019.5.

Applied human informatics

Atsuko Matsumoto, Takeshi Kamita, Tsunetsugu Munakata, Makoto Komazawa, Kenichi Itao, Tomoo Inoue, Stress reduction effect in female managers of a self-guided mental healthcare VR content for smartphone based on the SAT counseling technique: a phychological scale and heart rate variability analysis, Applied human informatics, vol.1, no.1, pp.18-37, doi:10.14865/ahi.1.1.18, 2019.2.

Mobile Information Systems 2019_2

Takeshi Kamita, Tatsuya Ito, Atsuko Matsumoto, Tsunetsugu Munakata, Tomoo Inoue, A chatbot system for mental healthcare based on SAT counseling method, Mobile Information Systems, Vol.2019, Article 9517321, 11p.,, Hindawi, 2019.3.

CRIWG+CollabTech 2019_2

Kosuke Sasaki, Anne-Catherine Luther, Tomoo Inoue, Wolfram Luther, An automated structural approach to support theatrical performances by introducing gesture recognition to a cuing system, Collaboration Technologies and Social Computing, LNCS 11677, pp.251-261, doi>10.1007/978-3-030-28011-6_19, Springer, 2019.9.

CRIWG+CollabTech 2019_1

Tomoo Inoue, Wei Liao, Speech Speed Awareness System slows down native speaker’s talk, Collaboration Technologies and Social Computing, LNCS 11677, pp.159-171, doi>10.1007/978-3-030-28011-6_11, Springer, 2019.9.