Lazslo Jeni works in the Computational Behavior Lab, where research broadly focuses on computer vision and machine learning for behavior science and affective computing, specifically in areas of modelling, analysis, and synthesis of human behavior using diverse sensors. They develop methods to model and analyze multiple, varied nonverbal modalities (face, head, gaze, body from video, and physiology from biosensors). Their work is motivated by applications in the field of human health, computer graphics, and assistive computer vision

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