Having been working at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany, we are now joined in London by Benjamin Cauchi – welcome to Benjamin!
We are delighted to welcome Hamza Javed and Richard Stanton to the Speech and Audio Processing Team.
Dushyant Sharma, who has been at Imperial since 2002 (first as an undergraduate, then as a PhD student), has moved on to Nuance Communications in Marlow, UK. We wish him continued success in the years to come.
Nikolay Gaubitch, who has been at Imperial since 2002, most recently as a Research Associate at the Centre for Law Enforcement Audio Research (CLEAR), has moved to Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. We wish him all the best in his future career.
We are looking forward to IWAENC 2012 in Aachen, Germany, EUSIPCO 2012 in Bucharest, Romania and INTERSPEECH 2012 in Portland, Oregon, where we will be presenting:
We were delighted to welcome Ron Schafer for his 23 April visit to the group. Dr Schafer presented a fascinating and stimulating talk on ‘DSP Technology: How did it become so powerful, and what can we expect in the future?’ as part of a Speech…
We are looking forward to ICASSP 2012 in Kyoto, Japan, where we will be presenting: Details Details
The new initiative, AASP Challenges, has just been launched by the AASP Technical Committee with the first Call for Challenges. The aim of this initiative is to encourage research and development with comparable and repeatable results amongst audio and acoustic signal processing researchers, and to…
There is a nice article in the EU FET Newsletter, January 2012 edition, on the objectives and outcomes of the SCENIC project.
The SCENIC Project final review took place 16 December 2011. The project was awarded the highest possible grade of ‘Excellent’. Congratulations all round! The SAP team met with the other members of the SCENIC project at Erlangen University at the review and at dinner afterwards:…