Dear ISCA students:
Thank you for your participation for the student event at Interspeech2013.
Below you can find the tables you joined and their students' reports. The reports are posted in ISCA-SAC blogs by the reporters, and all the participants are welcomed to comment on and reply to the reports for further discussions.
We expect your discussions and share of your experiences on the event, which would make it much more valuable.
|Table 1||ASR in industry (Report by Benjamin Lambert)|
|Experts||Michiel Bacchiani and Kate Knill|
|Table 2||ASR: deep learning|
|Table 3||ASR: general questions (Report by Andrea DeMarco)|
|Table 4||Robust ASR|
|Experts||Lee Kong Aik and John H.L. Hansen|
|Table 5||ASR: language model (Report by Sarah Samson Juan)|
|Experts||Frederic Bechet and Tanja Schultz|
|Table 6||Speech synthesis and voice conversion (Report by Gang Chen)|
|Experts||Nick Campbell and Yao Qian|
|Table 7||Speech synthesis and trends|
|Table 8||Prosody (Report by Barbara Samlowski)|
|Experts||Plinio Barbosa and Petra Wagner|
|Table 9||Speech applications (Report by Narimene Lezzoum)|
|Experts||Maxine Eskenazi and Julia Hirschberg|
|Table 10||Speech production, perception, articulatory models and phonetics (Report by Pia Nordgren)|
|Experts||Catherine Best and Slim Ouni|
|Table 11||Multimodality / Multimedia (Report by Catharine Oertel)|
|Table 12||Machine Processing of Dialogue and Spontaneous Speech (Report by Raveesh Meena)|
|Experts||Sophie Rosset and Olivier Pietquin|