CULTURAL DIFFERENCES WITHIN THE USABILITY OF SPEECH INTERFACES
Bursary appx GBP 12,000 pa. Three year studentship.
Informal expressions of interest are invited for a possible funded PhD studentship investigating cultural differences and localisation issues within speech driven interfaces.
The post would be based within the newly established Centre for Software Internationalisation within the Computing and IS Department at the University of Luton.
The role would be to work with a leading European Software Localisation Company in investigating usability issues within, and developing guidelines for, the localisation of speech driven interfaces. In this context we are addressing issues that go beyond concerns of language translation.
If you might possibly be interested in such a role please email email@example.com giveing a brief background of your work to date, and stating briefly why you are interested in researching within this area.
Dr Andy Smith,
Reader in HCI, University of Luton
Exec. Cttee. Member British HCI Group