Speech Communication


The latest news from the Chair of Speech Communication.

Ongoing experiment on brand personality and speaking styles – please participate!

We are currently conducting a perception survey on the connection between brand personality and speaking styles. Please take a moment to help generate new records. Participation takes approximately 15 minutes. You can take part via the following link: https://www.soscisurvey.de/markenSprech/ – (“Online test for the recognition of brand…

Winter Semester 2023/24 Courses

The Chair of Speech Communication has published its courses for winter semester 2023/24.

Mailing list for students provided by the Student Course Guidance

You can sign up here for the mailing list by the Student Course Guidance of the Faculty I for students.

The Student Course Guidance of the Faculty I provides a mailing list for students of our Faculty. You can sign up for the mailing list by yourself for optional and additional information about your study at TU Berlin. For example you will receive info and reminders about deadlines, events or job offerings.

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Publication: "Baukasten Rhetorik – durch "Jugend debattiert" zum politisch artikulationsfähigen Individuum"

A new volume was released in the series "Mündliche Kommunikation" (editor: Prof. Walter Sendlmeier) by Denise Brigitte Ebert on the topic of rhetoric.

Presentation from Info Session on Final B.A. and M.A. Theses in Language and Communication

You can now download the presentation about writing a final thesis in Language and Communication, given by Petra Jordan, head of the Faculty I examination board, on 20 April 2022.

Publication: "Der Einfluss der deutschen Dialekte Obersächsisch und Mittelbairisch auf die Wahrnehmung der Persönlichkeit"

Kerstin Trillhaase has successfully completed her doctoral studies and published her dissertation on how the central Austro-Bavarian and Upper Saxonian dialects impact perception of the personality traits conscientiousness and agreeableness in the “Mündliche Kommunikation” series.

Colloquium on YouTube

Several of the presentations from the summer semester 2021 colloquium were recorded and have been uploaded to a YouTube playlist. Enjoy!

Join Our Slack Channel!

We have created a Slack channel for the Chair of Speech Communication. You are invited to join, ask questions, and share your ideas.

Dear Students,

We invite you to join our new Slack channel https://join.slack.com/t/kwtuberlin/signup?x=x-p1732769785173-1748484894641-1967028507218. We look forward to lively conversations there.

Doctoral Student Receives Award

Our doctoral student, Anabell Hacker, has been awarded a prize for the best student paper at the 32nd ESSV.

Doctoral student Anabell Hacker won the Best Student Paper Award at the 32nd Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV) for her paper "‘Alexa, who are you?’– Analysing Alexa's, Cortana's and Siri's Vocal Personality". The award includes a prize of 200 euros. Hacker’s paper was based on her master’s thesis at the Chair of Speech…

We’ve Moved! - New Address

The Chair of Speech Communication has moved to Hardenbergstraße.

Effective 3 September 2020, our new address is Hardenbergstraße 16-18 (in the HBS Building). We’ve updated our address under Contact and the team’s offices under Team on our website.

Our new office code (Sekretariatskennzeichen) is HBS 9.