Simone FUSCONE - EARLY STAGE RESEARCHER - 2017 CLASS

FUSCONE
Simone
2017 class
Language Underpinnings of Conversational Interpersonal Dynamics (LUCID)
ED 356 - Cognition, Language, Education
2017

Thesis Project Description: 

Task oriented dialogues are a crucial activity in human kind sociality and both in the developing of human language technologies. The aim of the project is to understand how inter-individual relationships are established and how they evolve during conversations in task oriented dialogues, exploiting the roles of the speakers and their dynamic. The approach is to use both a linguistics analysis and big Data methods to identify linguistics traces of interpersonal relationships exploring large conversational datasets of transcripts and vocal dialogues in English, French and Mandarin.

 

Thesis Supervisors: 

PREVOT Laurent (LPL)
FAVRE Benoît (LIF)

Interdisciplinary Research Axis: 

Big data

Academic Background: 

Master in Physics, Federico II University, Naples, Italy