In-person Sept. 10–13, at the MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA, USA

Ⓒ Andy Ryan

Affective Computing + Intelligent Interaction

September 10-13, 2023, in-person at the MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Ma, usa

The annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing (AAAC, formerly known as Humaine) is the premier international forum for research on affective and multimodal human-machine interaction and systems.

ACII 2023 will be held in person at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge Massachusetts, USA, the birthplace of affective computing. The conference will be co-hosted by the MIT Media Lab, the AAAC, and other sponsors, to be named below soon.

Workshops, tutorials, and the doctoral consortium will be held on Sunday September 10, 2023. The main conference will be Monday-Wed Sep 11-13, 2023.

Stay tuned here for updates on the call for papers, deadlines, and other important program information.

Important Dates

Call for workshop-, special track-, and tutorial proposals.5 Jan 2023
Call for papers for the main conference track5 Jan 2023
Submission deadline for workshop- and special track proposals17 Feb 2023
Notification for workshop- and special track proposals3 March 2023
Submission system opens for *all* tracks6 March 2023
Call for special track contributions (including special tracks, DC, demo, workshop papers, and LBR)6 March 2023
Submission deadlines for *all* contributions, except late breaking reports (no extensions possible)14 April 2023
Notifications for *all* contributions2 Jun 2023
Late Breaking Results (LBR) submission deadline16 June 2023
Revision submission main conference track deadline16 June 2023
Submission deadline for tutorial proposals16 June 2023
LBR notifications30 June 2023
Revisions main track notifications30 June 2023
Notification for tutorial proposals30 June 2023
Early bird registration deadline7 July 2023
Camera ready deadline for all contributions including LBR1 Aug 2023
Conference10-13 Sept 2023
Workshops and tutorials10 sept 2023
Main conference11-13 sept 2023


MIT, Media Lab, Cambridge, MA USA. Ⓒ Andy Ryan