TAPAS Webinar Series May 2022 - June 2022

by admin last modified 2022-06-22T16:25:48+02:00
The TAPAS Project is delighted to introduce a series of webinars starting next tuesday at 1pm CEST.

PhD students present their thesis in the framework of the European project TAPAS

May 2022 - June 2022. Every Tuesday, 1pm -2pm

Each one of our ESRs will present 20 minutes + 10 minutes questions about a part of their subject (2 ESRs per slot), trying to overcome challenges encountered in the framework of TAPAS.

Webinar series:

TAPAS Webinar N°8 - 21th of June


Bence Mark Halpern: Predicting and synthesizing plausible speech examples after oral cancer treatment

 

TAPAS Webinar N°7 - 14th of June


Viviana Mendoza: Development of a virtual articulation therapist

Tomás Arias-Vergara: Automatic surveying of speech of Cochlear Implant users

 

TAPAS Webinar N°6 - 7th of June


Zhao Ren: Deep learning techniques for computer audition

Enno Hermann: Rapid development of speech technology for pathological speech

 

TAPAS Webinar N°5 - 31st of May


Thomas Rolland: Developing speech therapy games for children with speech disorder

Bence Halpern: Predicting and synthesizing plausible speech examples after oral cancer treatment

 

TAPAS Webinar N°4 - 24th of May


Juan Camilo Vasquez Correa: Modelling the progression of neurological diseases

Abdessalem hammami: Generating Phonological Feedback for Evidence-Based Speech Therapy

 

TAPAS Webinar N°3 - 17th of May


Zhengjun Yue: Continous Speech Recognition for People with Dysarthria

Wei Xue: Developing valid measures of pathological speech intelligibility: human ratings and automatic scores

 

TAPAS Webinar N°2 - 10th of May


Srikanth Nallanthighal: Acoustic speech-based monitoring for telehealth and predictive analytics

Julian Fritsch: Learning detection of pathological speech

 

TAPAS Webinar N°1 - 3rd of May


Sebastiao Quintas: Deep learning approaches to assess head and neck cancer voice intelligibility

Yilin Pan: Using Speech Analysis to Detect Onset and Monitor Cognitive Decline