Dr Spyros Kousidis
I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Dialogue Systems Group, based
in the University of Bielefeld.
- Study of naturallly occurring human-human and human-computer interaction, in view of speech technology applications.
- Obtaining natural interaction data in lab settings, using task-based interaction and minimally invasive sensors.
- Development of methods for multimodal data acquisition and analysis.
- Understanding interaction phenomena such as turn-taking and alignment in dialogue.
- Developing systems to test hypotheses on dialogue phenomena.
- A Study of Accomodation of Prosodic and Temporal Features in Spoken Dialogues in View of Speech Technology Applications.
Doctoral Thesis. Dublin Institute of Technology, 2010.
- Time Series Analysis of Acoustic Feature Convergence in Human Dialogues.
Kousidis, S., Dorran, D., McDonnell, C., Coyle, E.
In: SPECOM 2009 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, 2009.
- Towards measuring continuous acoustic feature convergence in unconstrained spoken dialogues.
Kousidis, S., Dorran. D., Wang, Y., Vaughan, B., Cullen, C., Campbell, D., McDonnell, C., Coyle, E.
In: Interspeech 2008. Brisbane, Australia, 2008.
- The Use of Task Based Mood-Induction Procedures to Generate High Quality Emotional Assets.
Vaughan, B., Cullen, C., Kousidis, S., Wang, Y., McDonnell, C., Campbell, D.
In: IT&T 2006 Conference, Carlow, Ireland. October, 2006.