Speech, Music and Mind 2023 in Dublin

Detecting and Influencing Mental States with Audio

18 AUGUST 2023 (Friday)


This workshop will focus on detecting and influencing mental states, with an emphasis on multi-modal approaches with diverse applications across culture, languages and music

Proceedings (New):

Link to proceedings

Dr. Giovanni Di Liberto

Assistant Professor in Intelligent Systems in the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin. His scientific interests centre on understanding the brain mechanisms underlying speech comprehension. In his work, he develops data analysis methods and applies them to brain data to identify the neural processes responsible for the transformation of a sensory stimulus into its abstract meaning.

Dr Catherine Lai

Lecturer in Speech and Language Technology, working at the Centre for Speech Technology Research at the University of Edinburgh. Her main focus of interest is how non-lexical aspects of speech contribute to discourse and dialogue understanding.   She's particularly interested in speech prosody,  e.g., pitch, energy, and timing,  and how varying the way we speak can change our understanding of speaker intent in a dialogue from both a recognition and generation perspective.


Important Dates

* Only papers submitted before the "Submission Deadline" may be revised. New submissions will not be possible after the "Submission Deadline".

10 JUNE, 2023
Submission Deadline (EXTENDED)
10 JULY, 2023
Acceptance / Reject Notification
31 JULY, 2023
Camera Ready Papers
14 AUGUST, 2023
Registration Deadline
18 AUGUST, 2023
Workshop Date


At least one author of each paper that is accepted must register in advance for the workshop.