Dr. Sidney D’Mello, University of Notre Dame
Dr. D’Mello is an Associate Professor with joint appointments in the departments of Computer Science and Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. His primary research interests are in affective computing, affective science, learning sciences, human-computer interaction, and speech and discourse processing. He has co-edited six books and has published over 200 journal papers, book chapters, and conference proceedings in these areas. D’Mello and his team have received 11 best/outstanding paper awards at international conferences, have been featured in several media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, and have been supported by the National Science Foundation, Institute for Education Sciences, the Gates, Raikes, Templeton, Walton Foundations, Educational Testing Service (ETS), and QUASAR USA. D’Mello serves(d) as an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, IEEE Access, and IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing (2012-2016). He also serves(d) on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, Discourse Processes, User-Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, Frontiers in Psychology-Human Media Interaction, and Journal of Educational Psychology (2011-2013). He serves on the executive boards of the International Artificial Intelligence in Education Society and the Educational Data Mining Society. D’Mello received his PhD. in Computer Science from the University of Memphis in 2009.