Chloé Clavel

Professor in Affective Computing

Short Bio/Resume


2018               Qualification in sections 27 (computer Science) and 61 (signal processing) at the “Conseil national des universités” (CNU) (experts who state whether the applicant is suitable to apply to a professor position at any French university)

2017                HdR – Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches/ French accreditation to supervise research – Topics: Natural Language Processing, Affective Computing and Human-agent interaction- Committee : Dirk Heylen (Université twente, Pays-Bas), Nicolas Sabouret (Université Paris-Sud), Bjorn Schuller (Imperial College London),  Frédéric Béchet (Aix-Marseille Université), Mohamed Chetouani (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), Patrick Paroubek (Université Paris-Sud).

2007               Ph.D. in speech processing and affective computing, Paris XI University, and Telecom-Paris – Supervisors: Gaël Richard, Ioana Vasilescu, Laurence Devillers

2003                Master research ATIAM (Acoustics Signal Processing Computer Science applied to Music), Sorbonne University and IRCAM, France

2003                Engineering degree at Telecom-Paris (Second French “Grande Ecole” according to the Times Higher Education). Specialities: Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition


Since 2019       Full Professor in Affective Computing and Natural Language processing, Image Data Signal dept., Head of Social Computing Team, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Telecom Paris, France

2013-2019        Associate Professor, Image Data Signal dept, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Telecom Paris, France

2009-2012        Researcher and project manager in heterogeneous data analysis at EDF Lab, France

2007-2009        Researcher in audio mining at Thales Research and Technology; France