Communication Technology Center

  • Automated Transcription Project
  • Computerized Classification of Child Speech Disorders Project
  • Real-time Visual Feedback for Retraining Tongue Movements for Speech Project
  • Silent Speech Recognition Project
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Tinnitus Project

The Communication Technology Center (CTech) serves as a catalyst for interdisciplinary collaboration and research, and as an incubator for technology projects focusing on communication disorders. The center was launched in early 2012 to advance UT Dallas’ longtime leadership role in clinical care and translational research related to communication enhancement.

With that in mind, researchers from throughout the university are developing new technologies that could improve the quality of life for the millions of people affected by hearing, speech and language disorders. 

The exceptional achievements in technology development at UT Dallas’ School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, and the School of Arts and Humanities have laid the groundwork for creative, successful collaboration through CTech. The Callier Center for Communication Disorders also continues to foster innovative research projects and offer leading-edge clinical care to thousands of patients.

Take a moment to learn more about our wide variety of important projects and participation opportunities. You may have a place on one of our teams.

Up to 10 percent of Americans suffer from communication deficits that adversely affect their interaction with the world.