PROGRAMM

Summer School schedule 1999

Week 1
Monday, July 12 - Friday, July 16
 
 Plenary 1
             9.00-10.45
                        Multimodal Speech Perception: A Paradigm for Speech Science
                Dominic W. Massaro, Santa Cruz, USA
 Parallel 1a
            11.15-13.00
                        Multimodality of meaning in speech and gesture
                David McNeill, Chicago, USA
  Parallel 1b
            11.15-13.00
                        Multimodality in language and speech systems - from theory to design support tool
                Niels Ole Bernsen, Odense, Denmark
 Parallel 2a
            14.00-15.45
                        Intelligent Multimedia Presentation Systems
                Elisabeth André, Saarbruecken, Germany et al.
 Parallel 2b
            14.00-15.45
                        Architectures for integrated multimodal input-output systems and the humanoid interface.
                 Kristinn Thórisson, Billund, Denmark
 Plenary
            16.15-18.00
                         Presentation of participants and project presentations/discussions by participants

 

Week 2
Monday, July 19 - Friday, July 23
 
 Plenary 2
               9.00-10.45
                        Face-to-face communication including different modalities.
                Jens Allwood, Gothenburg, Sweden
 Parallel 3a
              11.15-13.00
                        Multimodal interaction and people with disabilities.
                Alistair Edwards, York, UK
 Parallel 3b
              11.15-13.00
                        Multimodal dialogue systems & audio-visual synthesis.(same as 4b, to give all participants a possibility to attend. Please, choose one!)
                Hands-on sessions, the KTH group
 Parallel 4a
              14.00-15.45
                         Developing intelligent multimedia applications
                Paul Mc Kevitt, Aalborg, Denmark
 Parallel 4b
              14.00-15.45
                        Multimodal dialogue systems & audio-visual synthesis (same as 3b, to give all participants a possibility to attend. Please, choose one!)
                Hands-on sessions, the KTH group
 Plenary
            16.15-18.00
                         Project presentations/discussions by participants