Kouroupetroglou Georgios
Associate Professor
Instit.: NKUA
Tel: (+30) 210-7275305
Personal Web Page: http://speech.di.uoa.gr/koupe/koupe.html
Short Bio:
Dr. Georgios Kouroupetroglou holds a B.Sc. in physics and a Ph.D. in Communications and Signal Processing. He is Associate Professor, Division of Communication and Signal Processing, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, University of Athens and leader of the Speech and Accessibility Laboratory and the e-Accessibility Unit for Students with Disabilities.
His current research interests focuses on the area of Computer Accessibility and Voice User Interfaces, as a part of the major domain of Human-Computer Interaction, with emphasis in:
  • Accessible Computing,
  • Spoken Dialogue Human Computer Interaction,
  • Usability,
  • VoiceWeb,
  • Voice Agents,
  • Voice Processing; Analysis and Synthesis of Speech and Singing,
  • Computer Mediated Interpersonal Communication,
  • Information Systems/Services and Assistive Technologies for Disabled and Elderly People,
  • Music Computing; Singing Voice Analysis, Virtual Musical Istruments, and Byzantine Chanting Analysis and Synthesis,
  • Gesture-based User Interfaces, and
  • Information Technologies for Interactive Learning.

Dr. Kouroupetroglou has actively participated in a number of European Union funded and National research projects. He has been reviewer/evaluator and member of working groups/technical panels of various European Union's projects/programs. He is author of more than 105 scientific papers in journals/conference proceedings and numerous technical reports in the fields of his interest.

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