On 14 November, 2018, Roelof de Vries successfully defended his PhD with the title “Theory-based and tailor-made: motivational messages for behaviour change technology”.
Among other researchers, I was invited to give a presentation about analysis of non-verbal aspects in spoken language at an Oral History workshop in Munich, supported by CLARIN. This was a very nice multidisciplinary workshop with scholars working in linguistics & phonetics, oral history, social sciences, and computer science.
Congratulations to Jaebok Kim who successfully defended his PhD! It was a very good defense! The committee consisted of Prof.dr. Björn Schuller (University of Augsburg), Prof.dr. Maren Bennewitz (University of Bonn), Prof.dr. David van Leeuwen (Radboud University), Prof.dr. Ellen Giebels (University of Twente), and Prof.dr. Dirk Heylen (University of Twente).
Gave a talk in Mauro Cherubini’s lab at the University of Laussane, thanks for having me!
Also visited Björn Schuller’s lab and Elisabeth André’s lab at the University of Augsburg and gave a talk. Thank you to Björn for inviting me!