Most lectures will start at 10.15 and end at 12.00, except the one on 15 November that will start at 16.15, and that on 13 December that will start at 10.

04 Oct. 2021: Richard BOWDEN, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK (online)

               Sign Language Recognition, Translation and Production



18 Oct. 2021: Laurent BESACIER, Université Grenoble Alpes & Naver Labs Europe, FR (online)

               Self-Supervised Learning for Low Resource Speech Task


01 Nov. 2021: Biao ZHANG, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, UK (online)

               Making End-to-End Speech Translation Sparse, Context-aware, and Multilingual


15 Nov. 2021: Kyle GORMAN, Graduate Center, City University of New York & Google, Inc., USA (online) - lecture starts at 16.15.

               On "massively multilingual" natural language processing


29 Nov. 2021:Thilo STADELMANN, Zürich Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften, Zürich, CH (on-site)

              Deep-learning-based Speaker Recognition and the problem of modeling time-based features


13 Dec. 2021 10.00-11.15

                        Tanja SCHULTZ, University of Bremen, Bremen, DE 

               Beyond Acoustic Speech Communication


     11.30 - 12.45

      Jens HJORTKAER, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, Kgs. LyngbyDK

               Neural tracking of speech in hearing impaired listeners