On the 20th-21st of June, 12 researchers from Aalto University, Tampere University, Karolinska Institutet, University of Oslo and NTNU gathered at the Campus of NTNU for the second face-to-face meeting of the Teflon project.
As for the first physical meeting, we had two full days including discussion sessions about the data, evaluations, automatic speech recognition, game design, automatic and human pronunciation assessment, experiment design, publications, dissemination and project management. The game was already in a mature state of development, so much of the discussion was devoted to planning the experiments with school children in the three countries. On Tuesday evening we continued after the meeting to have dinner in downtown Trondheim and enjoy the good company and delicious food in the restaurant To Rum og Kjokken where we had a room all to ourselves. We also took a long walk through the city in the light of the night sun.
The next steps in the project include running the experiments with the children, collecting new data from the experiments and analyzing it.