Research Students

Anneke Myers MPhil Student

Anneke Myers

  • Title: MPhil Student
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: The Australian National University
Rahasya Sanders-Dwyer MPhil Student

Rahasya Sanders-Dwyer

  • Title: MPhil Student
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: University of Queensland

Rahasya Sanders-Dwyer is an MPhil candidate working on UX/UI research and design in the development of low-resource language technologies. She graduated from a BA in Anthropology in 2018 and was drawn to UX because of its practical approach to research and design. The project will analyze the user design decisions and methodologies utilized to build and establish these technologies. Having a toolbox of UX methods established for low-resource language technologies specifically will help bridge the gap between these technological capabilities and the user needs.

Recent Publications

  1. User-Friendly Automatic Transcription of Low-Resource Languages: Plugging ESPnet into Elpis

    Bibliography

    Oliver Adams, Benjamin Galliot, Guillaume Wisniewski, Nicholas Lambourne, Ben Foley, Rahasya Sanders-Dwyer, Janet Wiles, Alexis Michaud, Guillaume Séverine, Laurent Besacier, Christopher Cox, Katya Aplonova, Guillaume Jacques, and Nathan Hill. 2021. "User-Friendly Automatic Transcription of Low-Resource Languages: Plugging ESPnet into Elpis". In Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Computational Methods for Endangered Languages, Online.

Jonathon Taufatofua MPhil Student

Jonathon Taufatofua

  • Title: MPhil Student
  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: The University of Queensland

Recent Publications

  1. Children's Expectations and Strategies in Interacting with a Wizard of Oz Robot

    Bibliography

    Janet Wiles, Scott Heath, Peter Worth, Kristyn Sommer, Ben Matthews, Marie Boden, Arafeh Karami, Jason Weigal, Jonathon Taufatofua, and Paul Pounds. 2015. "Children's Expectations and Strategies in Interacting with a Wizard of Oz Robot". In OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction, 608–612. Parkville, VIC Australia.

  • Australian Government
  • The University of Queensland
  • Australian National University
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Western Sydney University