•  EMOSYNC: bridging the gap between emotion and joint action

    A large gap exists between sciences of emotion and sciences of joint action. In EnTimeMent, we analyse the raison d’être of this disconnection, and we offer a 10-year agenda in five key research areas:

    1. Revise concepts such as Individual Motion Signature, Action Style, Kinematic Fingerprints, and incorporate emotionally intelligent components
    2. Revise models of perceptuo-motor social synchronization (e.g., HKB and Kuramoto models) and include emotional qualities in their constituents
    3. Develop comprehensive models of embodied emotional communication across multiple temporal structures, from milliseconds to days and more
    4. Exploit AI powerful tools to investigate individual and group motion signatures of emotions in joint action
    5. Explore how emotions flow across our digital social interactions which dramatically lack non-verbal cues critical to communication

    Supporting publication: Bridging the gap between emotion and joint action. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 1-28. Bienkiewicz, M., Smykovskyi, A., Olugbade, T., Janaqi, S., Camurri, A., Bianchi-Berthouze, N., Björkman, M., Bardy, B.G., 2021.

  •  EnTimeMent at the EU EIC Futuretech Week 2020 


  • Interview "Improving human movement analysis" with Antonio Camurri, on website of the "European Commission", 8 January 2020.

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  • Article "Movimenti in trappola" appeared on newspaper "La Repubblica" by Gianluca Durno, 12 November 2019.

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  • Article "La scienza dei movimenti contro l'autismo" on newspaper "Il Secolo XIX" by Francesco Margiocco, 15 January 2019.