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EnTimeMent - ENtrainment and synchronization at multiple TIME scales in the MENTal foundations of expressive gesture


Ethics requirements and procedures

A document containing the procedures adopted in EnTimeMent for ethically responsible research, and for recruiting participants, for informed consent, and for data protection, to be used in the first round of experiments.

Dissemination & Communication plan

Planning of Dissemination & Communication activities during the first year of the project, as well as execution and reporting of the planned Dissemination and Communication Activities, including presentation of scientific papers in top-level international conferences and journals, public events and workshops including the EU FET Conference.

Project management handbook and quality assurance manual

A report summarising the activities carried out in the first reporting period.

Research requirements for laboratory and ecological experimental scenarios - Phase 2

Refinement of research requirements after the first experiments, according to the obtained feedback and results.

Research requirements for laboratory and ecological experimental scenarios - Phase 1

Research requirements for the project, definition of hypotheses for experiments, detailed description of experimental scenarios (technical needs, algorithms required for feature extraction and data analysis), procedures for assessment and evaluation.

Data acquisition analytic tools for individual actions

Data acquisition will consist on motion capture, video recordings, electroencephalography, NIRS (Near Infrared Spectroscopy), fMRI, electromyography and autonomic activity. Extraction of behavioral and physiological indexes of action prediction will be based upon computational pipelines inspired to (Becchio et al., 2017) and to Granger causality indexes of sensorimotor information exchange (see the computational pipeline described in D’Ausilio et al., 2012; Badino et al., 2014).

Data management plan

First draft of the plan for making data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.

EnTimeMent platform and software libraries for multi-time analysis, entrainment, and prediction - Phase 1

The platform will integrate the sensor systems adopted in the project (including motion capture, multichannel video and audio recordings, electroencephalography, NIRS, electromyography and autonomic activity) to support the software libraries for analysis and measures of entrainment and prediction at multiple temporal scales.

Hackathons and Users Community Workshops - Phase 1

Qualisys will involve their users’ community, and will include EnTimeMent events as main events in their consolidated Qualisys Users Workshops, contributing to the consolidation of a multidisciplinary EnTimeMent users’ community.

Project Website

EnTimeMent Website creation, updating, maintenance and support.

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P(l)aying Attention: Multi-modal, multi-temporal music control

Author(s): Nicolas Gold, Chongyang Wang, Temitayo Olugbade, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, and Amanda C. de C. Williams
Published in: Proceedings - International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2020

Learning Bodily and Temporal Attention in Protective Movement Behavior Detection

Author(s): Wang, Chongyang; Peng, Min; Olugbade, Temitayo A.; Lane, Nicholas D.; Williams, Amanda C. De C.; Bianchi-Berthouze, Nadia
Published in: Proceedings of 2019 8th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Workshops and Demos (ACIIW). (pp. pp. 324-330). IEEE: Cambridge, UK. (2019), 2019
DOI: 10.1109/aciiw.2019.8925084

Multimodal Data Fusion based on the Global Workspace Theory

Author(s): Cong Bao, Zafeirios Fountas, Temitayo Olugbade, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze
Published in: International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, 2020

Multi-layer adaptation of group coordination in musical ensembles

Author(s): Pauline M. Hilt, Leonardo Badino, Alessandro D’Ausilio, Gualtiero Volpe, Serâ Tokay, Luciano Fadiga, Antonio Camurri
Published in: Scientific Reports, Issue 9/1, 2019, ISSN 2045-2322
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-42395-4

Motor Recruitment during Action Observation: Effect of Interindividual Differences in Action Strategy

Author(s): P M Hilt, P Cardellicchio, E Dolfini, T Pozzo, L Fadiga, A D’Ausilio
Published in: Cerebral Cortex, Issue 30/7, 2020, Page(s) 3910-3920, ISSN 1047-3211
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhaa006