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Dr. Markus Koppensteiner

phone: +43-1-4277-54713

fax: 9547

markus.koppensteiner@univie.ac.at
 


 

EDUCATION

1988-1993
High school at BG/BRG Zwettl, Lower Austria.
1994-2004
Studies in Zoology/Anthropology at the University of Vienna.
2002
Specialization on Human Ethology.
2003-2004
MA-Thesis Biology:
“Wirkung unterschiedlicher Kopfhaltungen und der Blickrichtung in der nonverbalen Kommunikation”.
2004 -2009
PhD in Anthropology/Human Ethology Doctoral Thesis: “Persoenlichkeiten in Bewegungen”.
 

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

2006
Winner of Owen Aldis Award for Human Ethology.
2013-2014
FWF Project (P25262-G16): The role of body motion in judgements of politicians.
 

PAPERS PRESENTED

KOPPENSTEINER, M., GRAMMER, K. (2008). How the body moves an audience: Personality in Speeches. Talk presented at the XIX. Conference of the International Society of Human Ethology 2008 at Bologna, Italy.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Allwood, J., Kopp, S., Grammer, K., Ahlsen, E., Oberzaucher, E. & Koppensteiner, M. (2007). The analysis of embodied communicative feedback in multimodal corpora: a prerequisite for behavior simulation. Journal of Language Resources and Evaluation, 41, 255-272.

Koppensteiner, M., Grammer, K. (2010). Motion patterns in political speech and their influence on personality ratings. Journal of Research in Personality, 44, 374-379.

Koppensteiner, M. Koppensteiner, M. (2011). Perceiving personality in simple motion cues.
Journal of Research in Personality, 45, 358-363.

Koppensteiner, M., Grammer, K. (2011). Body movements of male and female speakers and their influence on perceptions of personality, Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 743-747.

Koppensteiner, M. (2013). Motion cues that make an impression: Predicting perceived personality by minimal motion information. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 1137-1143.

 

SAMPLE CODE AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON PUBLISHED WORK

Koppensteiner M. (2007). Double buffering in a Win32 program.
Article and source code available at http://www.codeproject.com

Koppensteiner M. (2012). An Introduction to OpenCV. Displaying and Manipulating Video and Motion Data.
Article and source code available at http://www.codeproject.com

Koppensteiner M. (2013). An introduction to OpenCV (Part II): Implementing mouse events, manipulating images, and creating video clips. Article and source code available at http://www.codeproject.com

http://www.fwf.ac.at/de/public_relations/press/pv201309-de.html

http://bps-research-digest.blogspot.com/2010/07/its-way-they-move-politicians.html






 

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