Quality and Usability

Sai Sirisha Rallabandi



I am Sai Sirisha Rallabandi, a Ph.D. student working with Professor Sebastian Möller at Technische Universität Berlin. Prior to this I did my Masters by Research at International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad (IIITH), India. My research interests are: Text-to-Speech Synthesis, Voice Conversion and Cross-Lingual tasks. During my Ph.D. I will be working on "Social perceptions of Synthetic speakers". Here, I will mainly focus on understanding the speech features contributing to personality of a person. Furthermore, I will be modeling the speech features or the synthesis procedure itself for rendering more appealing and confident synthetic voices.


Research Activites

1) Research Intern at National University of Singapore 


2) Visiting Research Scholar at Carnegie Mellon University

3) Research Assistant at Speech Processing Laboratory

Masters thesis

Here is the Cover Letter I wrote along with my P.hD. application 


Contact details:


Phone number: 4915163100774



Rallabandi, Sai Sirisha; Naderi, Babak; Möller, Sebastian
Identifying the vocal cues of likeability, friendliness and skilfulness in synthetic speech
Proceedings of Speech Synthesis Workshop (SSW11)aus11th ISCA Speech Synthesis Workshop, Seite 1–6
Rallabandi, Sai Sirisha; Bharadwaj, Abhinav; Naderi, Babak; Möller, Sebastian
Perception of social speaker characteristics in synthetic speech
Proceedings of Interspeech 2021 – Speech everywhere!ausInterspeech, Seite 2771–2775


Rallabandi, Sai Sirisha
A framework to incorporate aspects of social perception in synthetic voices
Proceedings of 6th Docotal Consortium, Student event of Interspeech 2020 (ISCA-SAC)ausInterspeech, Seite 1–3
Herausgeber: ISCA, ISCA