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2015

  • Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr. (Nov, 19th, 2015). Ny teknik för tidig upptäckt av läs- och skrivsvårigheter. Karolinska institute, Stockholm.

2016

  • Ing-Mari Tallberg. (Oct., 6th, 2016). Standardiserad Logopedisk Undersökning som led i Minnesutredning (SLUM) – Kan språkfunktion mätas? Karolinska institute, Stockholm.

2017

  • Alexandra König. (Sept., 18th, 2017). Alzheimer - Assessment and Technology. Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice - CHU Nice - Memory Clinic
  • Francesca Longoni. (Nov. 2017). Research discussions. Institutionen för neurovetenskap och fysiologi, Göteborg.
  • Valantis Fyndanis. (Dec, 19th, 2017). Morphosyntactic production in Alzheimer’s disease: Evidence from Greek and Italian. University of Oslo. Norway.

2018

  • Yasunori Yamada, Takayuki Katsuki and Kaoru Shinkawa (April, 24th, 2018). IBM Aging Research. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Nicklas Linz. (Nov-Dec, 2018). Research on Multilingual Verbal Fluency. DFKI (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence). Germany.
    • Nicklas Linz. (Dec., 2018). Speech as a source of biomarkers for cognitive dysfunction (a technical perspective). Research seminar at Språkbanken.
    • Nicklas Linz. (Dec., 2018). The Digitalisation of Neuropsychology — Using Artificial Intelligence in the Analysis of Speech-based Cognitive Tests (a clinical perspective). AgeCap research seminar (JP4='cognition') at the department of Psychology.

2019

  • Wilbert Heeringa. (Jan, 2019). Visible Vowels. Fryske Academy. The Netherlands.
  • Sofia de la Fuente García. (Nov, 2019). Investigating speech features to characterize risk and progression of Alzheimer’s disease: insights from monologues and dialogues. DTP Precision Medicine, University of Edinburgh (UoE), UK. (Erasmus+ Staff Mobility).
  • Federica Comuni (Nov, 2019). An NLP solution to probable Alzheimer’s disease detection in conversation transcripts. University of Gothenburg. Sweden.
  • Athanasios Tsanas. (Dec, 2019). Biomedical speech signal processing: concepts, algorithms, and contemporary challenges. University of Edinburgh. UK.
    • Athanasios Tsanas. (Dec, 2019). Longitudinal monitoring of symptom severity trajectories using speech signals, wearable sensors, and smartphones: applications in neurodegenerative disorders and mental disorders. University of Edinburgh. UK.