Chloé Clavel

Senior Researcher (Directrice de recherche) INRIA Paris

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 2023.     Senior Reseacher (Directrice de Recherche) in Social Computing and Natural Language Processing in ALMAnaCH team at INRIA Paris

2019-2023      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