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Audiovisual-to-articulatory speech inversion - ASPI (Professor Björn Granström)

Period: 2005-11-01 - 2008-10-31

Audiovisual-to-articulatory inversion consists in recovering the vocal tract shape (from vocal folds to lips) dynamics from the acoustical speech signal, supplemented by image analysis of speaker's » more
Child voice development and gender differences - BUG (Anita McAllister)

Period: 2003-01-01 - 2008-12-31

Barnröstens Utveckling och Genusskillnader (BUG) Research estimates that around a third of the working population relies on voice as a primary tool of trade. Voice problems are not only socially » more
Computer-Animated LAnguage TEAchers (CALATEA) (Olov Engwall)

Period: 2009-01-01 - 2011-12-31

The key contribution of CALATEA is to use computer-animated virtual teachers and speech technology in combination to improve self-studies in second language learning. Students practicing with » more
EUNISON - Extensive UNIfied-domain SimulatiON of the human voice (Professor Sten Ternström)

  Period: 2013-03-01 - 2016-02-29

This project seeks to build physics-based simulations of the human voice that are more detailed and more complete than before, using numerical models that have been validated against mechanical » more
Exchange students' linguistic environment at Scandinavian universities (Guest Professor Philip Shaw)

Period: 2005-01-01 - 2007-12-01

Exchange students who come to Scandinavia are often motivated by an intention to improve their proficiency in English rather than the local language. They take classes in English and may find » more
Further development of SynFace – a virtual decoding support for hearing impaired (Jonas Beskow)

  Period: 2009-04-15 - 2011-04-15

Many elderly experience limited accessibility due to different physical disabilities; this is often accompanied also by deteriorated hearing which makes it even more difficult to participate in social » more
ISHT - Interior sound design of high-speed trains (Roberto Bresin)

Period: 2010-04-01 - 2012-03-31

The main research question in this project is: "How can we develop design methods and acoustic artefacts in order to improve the sound environment of the high-speed trains of the future?" » more
Multimodal database of spontaneous speech in dialog (Professor David House)

Period: 2007-07-01 - 2010-06-30

In everyday, face-to-face communicative interaction, we make use of rich repertories of both vocal signals and facial gestures in addition to speech segments. While the auditory modality is generally » more
Phonatory dynamics and states (Professor Sten Ternström)

  Period: 2011-01-01 - 2013-12-31

The voice has several non-linear and context-dependent mechanisms that can give rise to distinct phonatory states. We submit that much of the observed variability in objective voice metrics results » more
Sketching Audio Technologies using Vocalizations and Gestures (Professor Sten Ternström)

  Period: 2014-01-01 - 2016-12-31

The SkAT-VG project is developing a system that will enable sound designers to sketch sounds using their own voice and gestures as input. The project partners are IUAV in Venice (coordinator Davide » more
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