My Google Scholar page
ICASSP. Brisbane, Australia. (2015). An information-theoretic framework for automated discovery of prosodic cues to conversational structure. In
Speech Communication, 65, 50-66. [pdf] (2014). Turn-taking, Feedback and Joint Attention in Situated Human-Robot Interaction.
Nordic Prosody: Proceedings of the XIth Conference (pp. 137-146). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang. [pdf] (2013). Backchannel relevance spaces. In Asu, E. L., & Lippus, P. (Eds.),
Computer Speech & Language, 27(1), 243-262. [abstract] [pdf] (2013). Towards Incremental Speech Generation in Conversational Systems.
14th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue - SIGDial. Metz, France. (*) [pdf] (2013). Exploring the effects of gaze and pauses in situated human-robot interaction. In
(*) Nominated for Best Paper Award at SIGdial 2013
Proceedings of Interspeech. [pdf] (2013). User feedback in human-robot interaction: Prosody, gaze and timing. In
Proceedings of Interspeech 2013 (pp. 2584-2588). Lyon, France. [abstract] [pdf] (2013). Timing responses to questions in dialogue. In
Proc. of LREC 2012. Istanbul, Turkey. [abstract] [pdf] (2012). 3rd party observer gaze as a continuous measure of dialogue flow. In
Proc. of the Interspeech 2012 Interdisciplinary Workshop on Feedback Behaviors in Dialog. Skamania Lodge, WA, USA. (2012). 3rd party observer gaze during backchannels. In
Proc. of the IVA 2012 workshop on Realtime Conversational Virtual Agents (RCVA 2012). Santa Cruz, CA, USA. [abstract] [pdf] (2012). Is it really worth it? Cost-based selection of system responses to speech-in-overlap. In
Proc. of Nordic Prosody XI. Tartu, Estonia. (2012). Unconventional methods in perception experiments. In
Proc. of the IVA 2012 workshop on Realtime Conversational Virtual Agents (RCVA 2012). Santa Cruz, CA, USA. [pdf] (2012). Gaze direction as a Back-Channel inviting Cue in Dialogue. In
Proceedings of Interspeech 2011 (pp. 2837-2840). Florence, Italy. [abstract] [pdf] (2011). Very short utterances and timing in turn-taking. In
Speech Communication, 53(1), 23-35. [link] (2011). The additive effect of turn-taking cues in human and synthetic voice.
Proceedings of Interspeech 2011 (pp. 2069-2072). Florence, Italy. [abstract] [pdf] (2011). Measuring final lengthening for speaker-change prediction. In
Proceedings of SLTC 2010. [pdf] (2010). Modelling humanlike conversational behaviour. In
Proc. of Fonetik 2010 (pp. 7-10). Lund, Sweden. [abstract] [pdf] (2010). Research focus: Interactional aspects of spoken face-to-face communication. In
Mobile Environments, Call Centers and Clinics (pp. 305-322). Springer. [abstract] (2010). "You're as Sick as You Sound" Using Computational Approaches for Modeling Speaker State to Gauge Illness and Recovery. In Neustein, A. (Ed.),
Human interaction as a model for spoken dialogue system behaviour. Doctoral dissertation. [pdf] (2010).
Proceedings of SIGdial (pp. 225-228). Tokyo, Japan. [pdf] (2010). The vocal intensity of turn-initial cue phrases and filled pauses in dialogue. In
Proceedings of SIGdial (pp. 1-8). Tokyo, Japan. (*) [abstract] [pdf] (2010). Towards Incremental Speech Generation in Dialogue Systems. In
(*) Best Paper Award at SIGdial 2010
Computers in the Human Interaction Loop (pp. 143-158). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer. [pdf] (2009). Multimodal Interaction Control. In Waibel, A., & Stiefelhagen, R. (Eds.),
Diaholmia (pp. 27-34). [pdf] (2009). On cue - additive effects of turn-regulating phenomena in dialogue. In
Speech Communication, 51(10), 1024-1037. [abstract] [pdf] (2009). Embodied conversational agents in computer assisted language learning.
Speech Communication, 50(8-9), 630-645. [abstract] [pdf] (2008). Towards human-like spoken dialogue systems.
Proceedings of SIGdial 2008 (pp. 72-75). Columbus, Ohio, USA. [abstract] [pdf] (2008). Speaking without knowing what to say... or when to end. In
Perception in Multimodal Dialogue Systems - Proceedings of the 4th IEEE Tutorial and Research Workshop on Perception and Interactive Technologies for Speech-Based Systems, PIT 2008, Kloster Irsee, Germany, June 16-18, 2008. (pp. 252-255). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer. [pdf] (2008). Human-likeness in utterance generation: effects of variability. In
Proceedings of ACM Future Play 2007 (pp. 137-144). [abstract] [pdf] (2007). . In
Proceedings of SIGdial (pp. 132-135). Antwerp, Belgium. [abstract] [pdf] (2007). Dealing with DEAL: a dialogue system for conversation training. In
Proceedings of Fonetik, TMH-QPSR, 50(1), 57-60. [pdf] (2007). Computer Assisted Conversation Training for Second Language Learners.
Proceedings of SLATE 2007. [abstract] [pdf] (2007). DEAL A Serious Game For CALL Practicing Conversational Skills In The Trade Domain. In
Proceedings of Swedish Language Technology Conference (SLTC 2006). Gothenburg, Sweden. [pdf] (2006). Towards human-like behaviour in spoken dialog systems. In
Proceedings of ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Applied Spoken Language Interaction in Distributed Environments (ASIDE 2005). Aalborg, Denmark. [abstract] [pdf] (2005). Applications of distributed dialogue systems: the KTH Connector. In
Proceedings of Interspeech 2005 (pp. 869-872). Lisbon, Portugal. [abstract] [pdf] (2005). Towards user modelling in conversational dialogue systems: A qualitative study of the dynamics of dialogue parameters. In
. Master's thesis, KTH, TMH, CTT. [pdf]
Carlson, R., Edlund, J., House, D., Heldner, M., Hjalmarsson, A., & Skantze, G. "Towards human-like behaviour in spoken dialog systems". Position paper at SLTC 2006, Swedish Language Technology Conference. Göteborg.