TAPAS Symposium 2022

開催日時: 2022年10月24日(月)13:00-18:00
Schedule:   Monday, October 24, 2022 at 13:00-18:00

開催場所: オンライン(Zoom)※Zoomリンクは参加登録後にお送りします
Place:   Online (Zoom) *Zoom link will be sent after registration

参加費: 無料
Registration fee: free

問い合わせ先: TAPASシンポジウム事務局
Contact: Secretariat for TAPAS Symposium
tapas-ahc [at] is.naist.jp

概要: ソーシャルスキルとは、1人以上の人との対話中における言語的および非言語的行動を管理できる能力のことを指します。他者と対話するのが困難な人々は、自分たちの社会的行動を適切に管理し、他者の中でそれらを解釈することを苦手にしています。TAPAS(Training Adapted Personalised Affective Social Skills with Cultural Virtual Agents)プロジェクトでは、2019年からJST CRESTとANRの援助を得て日仏共同研究として、人間のソーシャルスキルを分析した上で複数のステップに分割し、個人に合わせたトレーニング法とトレーニングシステムの研究を進めています。本シンポジウムでは、TAPASプロジェクトのメンバーおよび熊崎博一先生を招聘し、本テーマに関する研究発表および討論を行います 。
Overview:  Social skills are abilities to manage verbal or nonverbal behaviors when interacting with one or more persons. People with social skills deficits have difficulty controlling their social behavior and also suffer from interpreting others’ social behavior. In the TAPAS (Training Adapted Personalised Affective Social Skills with Cultural Virtual Agents) project, we analyze the human social skills dividing them into several steps and developing personalized training methods and systems with a collaboration between Japan and France and with support from JST CREST and from ANR. In this symposium, presentations and discussions will be given by the members of the TAPAS project and invited researcher Dr. Hirokazu Kumazaki. We look forward to your participation and active discussion.

参加申込フォーム/ Registration Form:


We will send the zoom link to participants who have registered. We will close the registration to the first 80 participants.

プログラム/ Program:

13:00-13:05 Opening
Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST, Japan)

13:05-13:35 Training social skills with virtual agents: Nakamura group progress
Hiroki Tanaka (NAIST, Japan)

13:35-14:05 Social Skills Training: Multidisciplinary Contributions from Psychology and Computer Science in the TAPAS Project
Jean-Claude Martin (LISN, France)

14:05-14:20 Break

14:20-14:40 The search for Biomarkers of Psychiatric Disorders -The Importance of Objective Assessment-
Kosuke Okazaki (NMU, Japan)

14:40-15:00 Modeling agents capabilities for Social Skills Training
Catherine Pelachaud (ISIR, France)

15:00-15:20 Potential of VR and AR in Presentation Training
Yuichiro Fujimoto (NAIST, Japan)

15:20-15:40 Individual characteristics and social skills in collaborative problem solving: Data collection and annotation
Jennifer Hamet (LISN, France)

15:40-16:00 Mental health care support by detecting psychological distress
Kazuhiro Shidara (NAIST, Japan)

16:00-16:20 Modeling reciprocal adaptation for human-agent interaction
Jieyeon Woo (ISIR, France)

16:20-16:35 Break

Invited Talk: Current status of robotic research for individuals with autism spectrum disorders (Abstract)
熊崎博一(長崎大学)/ Hirokazu Kumazaki (Nagasaki University)
* 日->英同時通訳あり/ with simultaneous interpretation JP->EN

17:35-17:50 Greetings
Yamine Aït-Ameur (ANR)

17:50-18:00 Closing
Kenji Mase (CREST, Nagoya Univ.)

  • NAIST: Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan (web)
  • LISN: Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Sciences du Numérique, France (web)
  • ISIR: The Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics, France (web)

招待講演 概要

Abstract of Invited Talk
The latest progress of humanoid robotics is remarkable. Many of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are interested in robotic technology, intervention using humanoid robotics has received a growing body of attention. In this review, I am going to review the current status of robotic research for individuals with ASD.

主催: 奈良先端科学技術大学院大学データ駆動型サイエンス創造センター、先端科学技術研究科
Organized by: Data Science Center (DSC) & Graduate School of Science and Technology, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)
共催: 奈良県立医科大学精神医学講座、大阪大学キャンパスライフ健康支援・相談センター、Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Sciences du Numérique (LISN)、Institut Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR)
Co-Organized by: Department of Psychiatry Nara Medical University, Health and Counseling Center of Osaka University, Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Sciences du Numérique (LISN)、Institut Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR)

This project is supported by the Symbiotic Interaction Area of JST CREST and French Agence Nationale de la Recherche(ANR).