Michal Muszynski

Address

Computer Vision and Multimedia Laboratory
Computer Science Department
University of Geneva
7 route de Drize, Battelle, Building A
CH-1227 Carouge
Office: #226, 1st Floor Battelle A
E-mail: Michal.Muszynski@unige.ch
Phone:+41 22 37 90182

Function

PhD student and research assistant.

Biography

Michal Muszynski was born in 1988, in Poland. Since 2014 he has been a PhD student at the Computer Vision and Multimedia Laboratory at University of Geneva.

Research

His research interests include Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Signal Processing and Affective Computing, recently.

Teaching

  • Introduction à la programmation des algorithmes
  • Information Retrieval

Publications

Journal papers

  • M. Muszynski, T. Kostoulas, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, G. Chanel, "Aesthetic Highlight Detection in Movies Based on Synchronization of Spectators' Reactions", ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications (TOMM), (under review).
  • T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, M. Muszynski, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, "Films, affective computing and aesthetic experience: Identifying emotional and aesthetic highlights from multimodal signals in a social setting", Frontiers in ICT 4 (2017): 11.

International conferences with proceedings

  • L. Tian, M. Muszynski, C. Lai, J. D. Moore, T. Kostoulas, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, G. Chanel, "Recognizing Induced Emotions of Movie Audiences: Are Induced and Perceived Emotions the Same?" (Best Paper Nominee) 7th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), 23-26 October 2017, San Antonio, USA.
  • M. Muszynski, T. Kostoulas, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, G. Chanel, “Synchronization among groups of spectators for highlight detection in movies” (Best Paper Nominee) ACM MULTIMEDIA 2016, 15 - 19 October 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • M. Muszynski, T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, “Spectators’ synchronization detection based on manifold representation of physiological signals: application to movie highlights detection” 17th International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, 9-13 November 2015, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, M. Muszynski, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, “Dynamic time warping of multimodal signals for detecting highlights in movies” 17th International Conference on Multimodal Interaction: First International Workshop on Modeling INTEPERsonal SynchrONy, 13 November 2015, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, M. Muszynski, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, “Identifying aesthetic highlights in movies from clustering of physiological and behavioral signals” 7th International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience, 26-29 May 2015, Costa Navarino, Messinia, Greece.

Other Conferences

  • M. Muszynski, T. Kostoulas, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, G. Chanel "Evaluation of Synchronization Measures for Aesthetic Highlight Detection in Movies", NCCR Affective Sciences ‐ International Conference on Emotions, May 18-19, 2017, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (poster).
  • M. Muszynski, T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, " Spectators' synchronization detection based on physiological signals: application to movie highlights detection", Annual Research Forum, March 3-4, 2016, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (the same poster).
  • M. Muszynski, T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, P. Lombardo, T. Pun, "Spectators' synchronization detection based on manifold representation of physiological signals: application to movie highlights detection", BBL/CIBM Research day, September 28, 2015, Brain-and-Behavior Laboratory, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Also at Inauguration of the Swiss Doctoral School in Affective Sciences, September 15, 2015, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (poster).
  • T. Kostoulas, G. Chanel, M. Muszynski, P. Lombardo and T. Pun, "Identifying aesthetic highlights in movies from physiological and behavioral synchronization", International Society for Research on Emotions (ISRE) Conference 2015, July 7-11, 2015, Geneva, Switzerland (abstract, poster).

Invited Presentations

  • "Induced and Perceived Emotions in Film Viewing", Interdisciplinary Workshop on Literature, Film and the Emotions, Geneva, July 19, 2017.
  • "How do we feel about what we see?: Multimodal machine learning based models for recognizing induced emotions of movie audiences", Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, November 2, 2017.
  • "Recognition of Movie Audiences' Induced Emotions Using Multimodal Machine Learning Models", Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA, November 3, 2017.