We were delighted to welcome Takuya Yoshioka for his 24 February visit to the group. Dr Yoshioka presented a great talk on robustness against reverberation for automatic speech recognition.
We are looking forward to ICASSP 2014 in Florence, Italy, where we will be presenting:
A new EU project which aims to give robots the ability to hear in real-world environments has just got underway. The team met at Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Israel to kick-off the project.
As part of the DREAMS research programme www.dreams-itn.eu, four members of our team attended the winter school in Aalborg, Denmark. Barry Blesser lead highly stimulating discussions on human perception of reverberation and acoustic signal processing techniques.
After her 6-month visit to the lab, Renata is returning to Brazil to continue her studies. Farewell Renata and thank you for visiting us!
The 26th of September, five members of the SAP group: Patrick Naylor – Clement Doire – Mathieu Hu – Pablo Peso (Nuance UK) & Felicia Lim participated in the first workshop of the DREAMS project. Held in Oldenburg and organised jointly by Carl von Ossietzky…
We are looking forward to WASPAA 2013 in New Paltz, NY, USA, where we will be presenting:
We are delighted to welcome Mathieu to the Speech and Audio Processing team as an Early Stage Researcher on the DREAMS project. Mathieu completed his MSc at Imperial College last year and is now beginning his PhD research on dereverberation.
DREAMS (Dereverberation and Reverberation of Audio, Music, and Speech) is an EU Marie Curie Initial Training Network involving partners in Belgium, Germany and Denmark, as well as the UK. In total 16 researchers are employed by the project in a mixture of ‘Early Stage Researcher’…
We are delighted to welcome Dr Alastair Moore who joins the SAP team in December 2012. Alastair will be researching aspects of law enforcement audio signal processing.