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Opportunity at Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Speech and Audio Processing

Location

Information Directorate, RI/Information Exploitation

RO# Location
13.20.91.B5171 Rome, NY 134414514

Advisers

Name E-mail Phone
Wenndt, Stanley J. stanley.wenndt@us.af.mil (315) 330-7244

Description

The AFRL/RI Audio Group is involved in all aspect of speech processing and is a unique combination of linguists, mathematicians, DSP engineers, software engineers, and intelligence operators. This combination of individuals allows us to tackle a wide spectrum of topics from basic research such as channel estimation, robust word recognition, language and dialect identification, and confidence measures to the challenging transitional aspects of real-time implementation, GUI design, and concepts of operations. The Audio Group also has significant thrusts in noise estimation and removal; speaker identification including open-set identification, keyword spotting, robust feature extraction, language translation, analysis of stressed speech, coding algorithms along with the consequences of the compressions schemes, watermarking, co-channel mitigation, and recognition of background events in audio recordings.

 

Keywords:
Speech processing; Feature extraction; Speaker recognition; Language translation; Audio signals; Speech recognition; Audio coding; Voice transformation; Parameter estimation;

Eligibility

Citizenship:  Open to U.S. citizens
Level:  Open to Postdoctoral and Senior applicants
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