Rubén Solera Ureña

From L²F

Rubén Solera-Ureña received the M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering in 2004 and the Ph.D. degree in Multimedia and Communications in 2011, both from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain. Since May 2015, he is a researcher at Spoken Language Systems Laboratory (L2F), INESC-ID Lisbon. His research interests focus on the application of signal processing and machine learning methods to real-life pattern recognition, classification and prediction problems, specially in the fields of speech processing, automatic speech recognition, computational paralinguistics, image analysis and time-series analysis. He has participated in 16 national and international projects. From May 2015 to December 2018 he worked in project INSIDE, which explored symbiotic interactions between children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and robots used for therapeutical purposes.

Rubén Solera Ureña

INESC ID Information

Publications

International Journals

2019

  • Francisco S. Melo, Alberto Sardinha, David Belo, Marta Couto, Miguel Afonso Tomás Faria, Anabela Farias, Hugo Gambôa, Cátia Jesus, Mithun Kinarullathil, Pedro Lima, Luís Luz, André Mateus, Isabel Melo, Plinio Moreno, Daniel Osório, Ana Paiva, Jhielson Pimentel, João Rodrigues, Pedro Sequeira, Rubén Solera Ureña, Miguel Serras Vasco, Manuela Veloso, Rodrigo Ventura, Project INSIDE: towards autonomous semi-unstructured human–robot social interaction in autism therapy, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, vol. 96, pages 198-216, May 2019

International Conferences

2019

  • Vera Cabarrão, Mariana Julião, Rubén Solera Ureña, Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Isabel Trancoso, Ana Isabel Mata da Silva, Affective analysis of customer service calls, In 10th International Conference of Experimental Linguistics (ExLing 2019), pages 37-40, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2019
  • Helena Moniz, Rubén Solera Ureña, Vera Cabarrão, Mariana Julião, Fernando Batista, Isabel Trancoso, Affective computing based on acoustic-prosodic cues, In 14th Annual INGRoup Conference (Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research), Interactive session: Frontiers of group interaction research - Promoting collaborations among social and computer scientists, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2019

2017

2016

  • Rubén Solera Ureña, Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Ramon Fernandez Astudillo, Joana Carvalho Filipe de Campos, Ana Paiva, Isabel Trancoso, Acoustic-prosodic automatic personality trait assessment for adults and children, In IberSPEECH 2016, Springer International Publishing, vol. 10077, series Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 192--201, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-49169-1_19, Advances in Speech and Language Technologies for Iberian Languages: Third International Conference, IberSPEECH 2016, Lisbon, Portugal, November 23-25, 2016, Proceedings, Lisbon, November 2016

National Journals

2019

  • Rubén Solera Ureña, Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Vera Cabarrão, Annamaria Pompili , Ramon Fernandez Astudillo, Isabel Trancoso, Uma abordagem de aprendizagem semissupervisionada para a classificação automática de personalidade baseada em pistas acústico-prosódicas, Revista da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística, pages 5, (in press), December 2019

National Conferences

2018

Technical Reports

2017

  • Marta Couto, Cátia Jesus, Rubén Solera Ureña, The Ideal Study Protocol, Tech. Rep. 12 / 2017 INESC-ID Lisboa, December 2017

2016

Internships

Finished

  • Automatic Speech Recognition in Human-Robot Interaction (Erasmus Internship), Benjamim Chamand. INESC-ID (2016). Rubén Solera Ureña, advisor. Luísa Coheur, co-advisor.