audEERING contributes to the EC-funded H2020 project ECoWeB
audEERING is proud to be a partner in the ECoWeB project which is funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon 2020 programme. The project is entitled “Assessing and Enhancing Emotional Competence for Well-Being in the Young: A principled, evidence-based, mobile-health approach to prevent mental disorders and promote mental wellbeing” and is a cooperation between audEERING, University of Exeter, Brno University, Institute of Communication and Computing Systems, Universitat Jaume i de Castellon, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, University of Oxford, University of Geneva, LMU Munich, University of Gent, Monsenso ApS, University of Copenhagen and Deutsches Jugendinstitut e.V.
ECoWeB aims at improving mental health promotion by developing a mobile app to assess deficits in emotional well-being of young people. Applying an established theoretical model of normal emotional functioning as well as a personalized medicine approach combined with leading edge digital technology, the project has high potential to deliver a breakthrough in effective prevention of mental disorder. audEERING will contribute audio-based depression and burnout analysis to enable automatic inference of emotional well-being.