Emily Mower Provost

Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

Emily Mower Provost

Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

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Emily Mower Provost

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan
EECS Department
Computer Science & Engineering
3620 BBB
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2121
Tel: 734-647-1802
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Computational Human-Centered Analysis and Integration

News

  • Duc Le successfully defended his thesis, August 2017
  • We were awarded a patent for the PRIORI software! See [1][2][3] for more details about this project: U.S. Patent No. 9,685,174 (posting June 20, 2017).
  • EMP received an NSF CAREER award, "CAREER: Automatic Speech-Based Longitudinal Emotion and Mood Recognition for Mental Health Monitoring and Treatment," 2017-2022
  • Our work on multimodal user state modeling will be supported by a generous grant from TRI, "Multimodal Sensing of Human Behavior," 2017-2020
  • Didi Zhang received a best paper honorable mention at ICMI 2016 for her paper entitled, "Automatic Recognition of Self-Reported and Perceived Emotion: Does Joint Modeling Help?"!
  • Our work on predicting risk suicide risk will be supported by an NIH R01, "Predicting Suicide: A Longitudinal Analysis of Speech Patterns in a High Risk Sample," 2017-2022
  • Yelin Kim has started a position at SUNY Albany (https://yelinkim.com/), Sept. 2016
  • Yelin Kim successfully defended her thesis, July 2016
  • EMP received the Oscar Stern Award for depression research, 2015
  • Yelin Kim received a best student paper award from ACM Multimedia 2014 for her paper entitled, "Say Cheese vs. Smile: Reducing Speech-Related Variability for Facial Emotion Recognition"