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Jan-Oliver Wülfing


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E-Mail: wuelfing { at } hcm-lab.de
Telefon: +49 821 598-2322
Hausanschrift: Human Centered Multimedia - Faculty of Applied Computer Science - Universitätsstraße 6a
86159 Augsburg


He has worked in the domain of Human-Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering since 2009 – especially on Speech Generating Devices and their emotional expressiveness.

He holds a M.A. in Computational Linguistics.
He studied at the University of Trier, Germany (1997-2005),
and at the University College Dublin, Ireland (2001-2002).

Currently, he is doing his PhD with the preliminary titlte 'What are Implications of Prosodic Speech for Augmented Communicators'.

He worked at the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Germany: First, at the Fraunhofer-Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing SCAI from 2006, and then at the Fraunhofer-Institute Centre Birlinghoven Castle from 2009 till 2014.                                                         From 2006 till 2009, he did his duty in the project PHOSPHORUS (Lambda User Controlled Infrastructure for European Research) funded by the European Union – annotating and implementing a Resource Selection Service in the Grid Middleware including the design of ontologies.

He is also certified as a Usability Engineer.
He is disabled (Cerebral Palsy, Dysarthria).

Past projects
'Design of an Employer´s Guide for the Inclusion of People with Complex Communication Needs in an Ergonomically Designed Regular Workplace'
Voice@Work
(funded by the German Social Accident Insurance)

'Lambda User Controlled Infrastructure for European Research' PHOSPHORUS

Papers
Wülfing, J.-O., Maydych, V., Hofmann, B. & Werner, G. (2014). Inklusion in den 1. Arbeitsmarkt - es geht! Leitfaden zur gesundheitsgerechten Gestaltung von Arbeit für unterstützt kommunizierende Personen. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft München. PDF    (Design of an Employer´s Guide for the Inclusion of People with Complex Communication Needs in an Ergonomically Designed Regular Workplace).                                   Wülfing, J.-O. (2013). Wie kann ein Konzept für unterstützt kommunizierende Personen im regulären Erwerbsleben aussehen? In: A. Hallbauer, T. Hallbauer & M. Hüning-Meier (Hrsg.), UK kreativ! Wege in der unterstützten Kommunikation (320-325). von Loeper Literaturverlag, Karlsruhe.
Wülfing, J.-O. (2013). Wie kann die Inklusion von unterstützt kommunizierenden Personen in den ersten Arbeitsmarkt gelingen? In: Unterstützte Kommunikation, 2, 48.
Wülfing, J.-O. (2013). Voice@Work - Unterstützte Kommunikation. In: DGUV-Forum, 3, 22f. www.dguv-forum.de
Wülfing, J.-O, & Hoffmann, L. (2011). What does it mean to communicate (not) emotionally? In: Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies, 94–100. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Hoffmann, L., Wülfing, J.-O. (2011). Elektronische Kommunikationshilfen: Emotionen sprechen lassen. In: Unterstützte Kommunikation, 1, 49.
Hoffmann, L. & Wülfing, J.-O. (2010). Usability of Electronic Communication Aids in the Light of Daily Use. In: Proceedings of the 14th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 259. Barcelona, Spain.
some German notes on fit-fuer-usability.de
some technical papers in the project PHOSPHORUS

Magister-Artium thesis (2005)
Modelling a Communicative Task-Agent based on Speech Acts
(Modellierung eines kommunikativen Auftragsagenten unter Berücksichtigung der Sprechakttheorie)

Programme Committee
Workshop of Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (EMNLP2011)
Workshop of Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (NAACL HLT 2012)
Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (Interspeech 2013)

Research Period
"Picturing Language: A 'How-To' Workshop", Bruce Baker, December 2010, Pittsburgh, PA.

Guest Lecture
'Voice@Work', October 2013, Catholic University of Applied Sciences Freiburg, Germany
'employment issues faced by people who use AAC - a German perspective', February 2015, University of Dundee, Scotland

Membership
ACL SIG on Speech & Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SIG-SLPAT)
German Society for Computational Linguistics & Language Technology
Nationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft Versorgungsforschung