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AffecTech is committed to public engagement around its core aim of advancing personalised technologies to help sufferers of affective health disorders, as well as raising awareness of mental health issues and the stigma surrounding mental illness. On this page you can find out more about journal publications, papers and other research outcomes and keep-up-to-date with the AffecTech project as it progresses. A list of 2018 research outcomes will be added soon.

Sas, C. Personal Values in HCI Research. In CHI’17 Values in Computing Workshop, 2017.
Repetto, C., Sas, C., Botella, C. Riva, G. AFFECTECH: Personal Technologies for Affective Health. In The 15th European Congress of Psychology, 2017.
Coman, A. and Sas, C. A hybrid intervention for challenging the stigma of mental illness. In Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, 2017.
N. Paoletti, A. Patane, M. Kwiatkowska. Closed-loop quantitative verification of rate-adaptive pacemakers. In ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems, 2017.


AffecTech is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network funded by European Commission H2020