Student Projects in Language, Technology, and Design

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There is an exciting opportunity for higher degree research students to develop knowledge and skills in such fields as speech and language processing, deep learning, and participatory design. Students will apply the theory to complex problems in language maintenance and revitalisation, by conducting fieldwork, developing software, and running experiments. We will investigate new ways of evaluating the impact of technology on wellbeing and connectedness in highly multilingual societies in Darwin, Kakadu, West Arnhem, and further afield.

Sample project topics include:

  • gamification for language maintenance;
  • remote sensing of language vitality;
  • monitoring and supporting linguistic diversity in schools;
  • capture and analysis of talk about rock art;
  • documenting traditions in food preparation;
  • models and contexts for stable bilingualism;
  • measuring Indigenous literacy; and
  • ground-up methodology for design in remote indigenous communities.
 

Interested In Finding Out More

Please contact Professor Steven Bird on email steven.bird@cdu.edu.au or telephone 08 8946 6153