Candy Olivia Mawalim

Assistant Professor, JAIST, Japan

Hi, I'm Candy! I am an assistant professor at School of Information Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST). My primary research interests are speech signal processing, machine learning, and social signal processing (SSP). My Ph.D. thesis focuses on privacy preservation and secure speech communication. In addition to primary research, I also carried out a research project on personality traits and communication skills modeling with Prof. Shogo Okada. I obtained my Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Information Science, JAIST, advised by Prof. Masashi Unoki.

Research interests: speech information hiding, voice privacy, social signal processing, and machine learning.

News

JAN 7, 2023

Our paper Personality Trait Estimation in Group Discussions using Multimodal Analysis and Speaker Embedding has been accepted for publication in Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces.

JAN 6, 2023

We are glad to welcome four faculty members and ten students from UI and ITB (Indonesia) to JAIST (5--25 January 2023). They participate in the JST Sakura Science Program.

DEC 23, 2022

One student from Okada laboratory (Shun Katada) has completed his Ph.D course and obtained the Outstanding Performance Award from School of Information Science. Many congratulations!

DEC 15, 2022
NOV 29, 2022
NOV 11, 2022

We had a collaborative meeting between JAIST-SIIT-NECTEC in Bangkok, Thailand.