Laboratory for Ambient Intelligence and Multimodal Systems

Introduction

The main research of AIMS lab focuses on the acoustic intelligent information system, which includes from pronunciation to audition, such as LVCSR, acoustic visualization, speech production computer modeling, acoustic assessment for communication disorders, speech rehabilitation system and brain mechanism of Chinese language processing. From 2007, the lab has applied and been approved of several national-level and province-level funding and formed a research group with special term professors and overseas Ph.Ds.

In the passing years, our researches focused on the fields of speech production computer modeling, acoustic visualization, speech recognition in complex acoustic environment and non-finite textual pronunciation detection and automatic grading, objective assessment methods for Voice disorders, speech rehabilitation system and investigating the relationship between brain and language using the advanced brain imaging techniques. All the research projects matched the hotspots of technological development in China. These made our lab grow rapidly as a competitive research team in the field of multimodal signal processing, speech and language processing, machine learning and brain mechanism of Chinese language processing.

Main Research Projects

Research on Intelligent Robot Platform Based on Emotional Vocal Communication    

Shenzhen Fundamental Research Program

 

The Psychological Basis of Speech Perception:  Influence of Contextual Base Frequency Information on Perception of Tone   

National Natural Science Foundation of China

 

Research on Key Techniques and Verification of Integrated System of Brain Controlled Rehabilitation Robot Based on Reconstruction of Motor Nerve Channel induced by Visual-Auditory

National Natural Science Foundation of China

 

Research on Multimodal Speech Motor Assessment for Dysarthri Speech associated with Parkinson Disease

National Natural Science Foundation of China

 

Research on Aphasia's Tone Perception and Sound of Music in the Background of Cantonese

National Natural Science Foundation of China

 

Research on Brain-coupling impairment and Compensation Mechanism in Communication Disorders       

Shenzhen Fundamental Research Program

Researchers

  • WANG Lan

    Title:Research Professor
    Email:lan.wang@siat.ac.cn
    Areas of Interest:speech visualization

  • YAN Nan

    Title:Associate Professor
    Email:nan.yan@siat.ac.cn
    Areas of Interest:Acoustical Analysis

  • ZHANG Caicai

    Title:Visiting Research Fellow
    Email:cc.zhang@siat.ac.cn
    Areas of Interest:psycholinguistics


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