Cemalcan Uslu is tackling the challenges of Aphasia, a language disorder stemming from brain damage, with his innovative software concept, Speechia. This interdisciplinary project merges linguistics and medicine, offering a tailored 5-step approach to assist individuals with Broca’s and Wernicke’s aphasia, enhancing sentence formation and comprehension through speech recognition, language simplification, visual clues, paraphrasing, and customisation.
Cemalcan Uslu is a undergraduate student at Bursa Uludag University in Türkiye. He is the student representative of the English Language Teaching Quality Commission and the library manager of the department. Cemalcan works at Türkiye’s biggest research institution, TÜBİTAK, as a research intern. He has participated in various conferences as a speaker thanks to his research work on artificial intelligence, teaching English, written English exams, and pronunciation. Currently enrolled in the Harvard Aspire Leaders Program, his research interests are neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, phonetics, articulation, and pronunciation.