The 10th Summer Workshop on Multimodal Interfaces
eNTERFACE 2014 – Call for Participation
This is the list of projects that have been selected to be carried out
in this edition of eNTERFACE (more detailed information about all of
them can be found on the official website):
1. Auracle: how are the salient cues situated in audiovisual content?
2. A character animation authoring platform for the 99%
3. Exploring stylistics of expert gestures and singing voice with motion
capture and reactive statistical mapping
4. MILLA - Multimodal interactive language learning agent
5. Online platform for obtaining personalized synthetic voices
6. Quantification of the alteration in the resting state networks for
measuring brain pathologies and diseases
7. The smart attentive room - Can we measure in a noninvasive way, the
attention behavior that a user has in a room?
If you are a senior/junior researcher or a PhD/MS/undergraduate student
working on similar topics and you want to collaborate in (at least) one
of these projects, please prepare a short CV in electronic format along
with a list of skills you can offer to the team and fill in the
application form available on the official website. The project leaders
will select their team members among the applicants.
eNTERFACE’14 has no registration fee and lodging prices will be highly
Deadline for application:
Notification of acceptance to participants:
Aholab Signal Processing laboratory is proud to announce the release of its TTS as open source. Two different projects has been packaged so far:
- AhoTTS: Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque and Spanish. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder.
- AhoTTS Multingual: Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque, Spanish, Catalan, Galician and English. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for all the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder.