Professor Kay Berkling from the DHBW team is organising a workshop on Language Teaching, Learning and Technology on 26-30 August 2017.
The idea of the workshop is to provide a hands-on session between speech/text/natural language scientists and educators. You either submit a problem set (data and questions you have for the data) or a technology that you think can be used to process data. In order to allow people to understand the possibilities that we have in this kind of cross-disciplinary setting, we are using a two-stage approach. In a first round, you submit a short description of problem, data, or technology. In a second phase, it is easier to see what kinds of problems can be addressed at the workshop and you would submit a more formal proposal so that we can match teams across disciplines for a 2-3 day workshop.
During the workshop, you meet the other teams, discuss what can be done, make a dent on the first prototype. Out of this work, we hope to see a number of publications that can then be published in your respective communities.
Please have a look at the following links for more information.
This workshop is an ISCA supported event – and is also co-located (but non-overlapping) with Interspeech and SLaTE.
Hope to see you there!