M. Alejandra Quiros-Ramirez

  • Publications

    Body Talk: Crowdshaping Realistic 3D Avatars with Words
    Streuber S, Quiros-Ramirez MA, Hill M, Hahn CA, Zuffi S, O’Toole A. and Black MJ
    ACM Trans. Graph. (Proc. SIGGRAPH), vol. 35, num. 4, pages 54:1--54:14, 2016
    webapp: BodyTalk

    Cultural dimension in emotion recognition for human machine interaction
    Quiros-Ramirez, MA and Onisawa, T
    Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC), 2014 IEEE International Conference on 2014

    Considering cross-cultural context in the automatic recognition of emotions
    Quiros-Ramirez MA, Onisawa T
    International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics, August 2013 (doi 10.1007/s13042-013-0192-2)

    Towards Developing Robust Multimodal Databases for Emotion Analysis
    Quiros-Ramirez MA, Polikovsky S, Kameda Y, Onisawa T
    The 6th International Conference on Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems, 6 pages, 2012

    A non-invasive multi-sensor capturing system for human physiological and behavioral responses analysis
    Polikovsky S, Quiros-Ramirez MA, Onisawa T, Kameda Y and Ohta Y
    Workshop on Multimodal pattern recognition of social signals in human computer interaction, MPRSS 2012

    Assessing Emotions in a Cross-Cultural Context
    Quiros-Ramirez MA, Onisawa T
    IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 2012

    Benchmark Driven Framework for Development of Emotion Sensing Support Systems
    Polikovsky S, Quiros-Ramirez MA, Kameda Y, Burgoon J, and Ohta Y
    Workshop on Innovation in Border Control 2012

    Multisensory Video Database of Physiological and Behavioral Responses
    Polikovsky S, Quiros-Ramirez MA, Kameda Y, Burgoon J, and Ohta Y
    Israel Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition 2012, poster, 2012

  • Research

    Research interests:
    - Subjective well-being
    - Emotion expression, perception and regulation
    - Body perception and modeling
    - Bi-directional human/machine research

  • About

    Hello! And thank you for visiting ~

    I am a researcher and scientific web developer in the Max Plank Institute for Intelligent Interaction Technologies, Germany.

    I was born in Costa Rica, and currently I live in Germany. In 2008 I was awarded with the Japanese Monbukagakusho Scholarship. Thanks to this I did my graduate studies in the University of Tsukuba. The topic of my masters was Shape Representation in the Cerebral Cortex. Following, I underwent my doctoral studies in Affective Computing and Human Computer Interaction.

  • Contact


    aquiros [at] tue.mpg.de

    Max Planck Institute

    Spemannstr. 41
    72076 Tübingen

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