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Zakia Hammal, PhDZamia HammalZamia Hammal

Carnegie Mellon University
The Robotics Institut
Pittsbourgh, PA (USA)

PD Dr. Steffen WalterSteffen Walter, UlmSteffen Walter, Ulm

Ulm University (D)
Medical Psychology

Nadia Berthouze NadiaNadia

University College London (UK)
Affective Interaction and Computing

Clinical Alternatives to Automated Pain Monitoring in Dementia and Why they Are Not Used Widely

Thomas Hadjistavropoulos (University of Regina, Canada)


Abstract: This presentation will outline the clinical need behind efforts to develop automated pain detection methods suitable for people with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias. State of-the-art clinical methods, that can form a basis for the validation of automated pain detection/monitoring, will be described. Barriers behind the widespread implementation of existing clinical approaches will also be discussed. Partnerships between computer vision and clinical experts have the potential of addressing unmet care needs in patients with dementia who suffer from pain.



Computational Pain Analysis from Multimodality Data

Lijun Yin (Binghamton University, USA)


Abstract: Multimodality data have been applied for affection analysis in recent decade. Study of automatic pain estimation is also benefited by the use from single model to multiple models. This talk will introduce our recent study on automatic pain assessment from various modalities, including 2D, 3D, thermal, and physiology. The challenge of feature analysis from image, geometry, and other signals will also be discussed.