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Proxemics Data Lab technical meeting


Proxemics Data Lab technical meeting
Tue, 2. May 2017




1. Present the current interdisciplinary activities (ongoing studies) - 20m

Community and Group Dynamics
a) Mauro, Ana, Rute: Estudo de Interacção Social/influência ( de Crianças com PML (Physical/psychological proximity) - 10m
b) Rodrigo Brito, Miguel Tavares, Paulo Mendes: Estudo de influência em adultos com NSense Light (Influence modeling) - 10m

2. Discuss the re-definition, from an interdisciplinary perspective, of studies to be carried out in the context of Early Detection of neuro/psychological disorders
a) Early detection of MCI - Pedro, Jorge -10m
b) Early detection of depression: Rute Sofia, Liliana Inocencio, Bárbara (status is that we cannot go ahead with this so I have a proposal which I will discuss with Barbara beforehand) - 5m

3. Discuss the possibility of covering other (relevant) intersection areas - 25m

Expected outcome of this meeting:
1. redefinition of early detection of neuro/psychological disorders
2. commitment in terms of deadlines and action items (slides 26 and 27).


Room U.02



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