Voice Measurement & Applications Workshop - 16 May 2014
Recent advances in audio, signal processing and machine learning are producing exciting new applications of voice measurement. Recent research work has shown how a clinician's severity rating of Parkinson's disease can be well predicted from acoustic measurements of a patient's voice. Recent work in aerospace has been using voice measurements to predict the fatigue levels of pilots. Recent work in computational paralinguistics has investigated how the cognitive load of a subject performing a difficult mental task can affect their voice. Smartphones are being used to build tele-health applications to monitor dysphonia, while crowd-sourcing is being used to study voice variation across the population.
This free one-day workshop will try to bring together experts in this multi-disciplinary field who are building these new applications that incorporate voice measurement. Experts in speech science, speech signal processing, machine learning, clinical measurement of voice, and commercial applications will be represented in a day of talks and discussion. The goal of the workshop is to share state of the art techniques, to discuss the problems and challenges we face, and to build collaborations for future exploitation of voice measurement technology.
The workshop will take place on Friday 16th May 2014, in Lecture Room G10, Chandler House, 2 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PF. (View on Map).
The workshop will start at 11am. Registration and coffee will run from 10.30am. The workshop will end by 5pm. A sandwich lunch and afternoon tea will be provided free of charge.
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Funds for the workshop are being provided by the European Space Agency, under a project "iVOICE – integrated voice analysis of satellite communications embedded in time and safety-critical environment".
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