This Friday, members of the SAP lab met for lunch in South Kensington. It had been more than a year since the (almost entire) lab had met in person! It was also a good opportunity to officially welcome our new members Eric, Vikas, and Pierre.
Glad that my paper has been accepted at APSIPA 2021 in Tokyo, Japan in December 2021. S. McKnight, A. Hogg, V. Neo and P. Naylor: A Study of Salient Modulation Domain Features for Speaker Identification. In: Proc. Asia-Pacific Signal and Inform. Process. Assoc. Annual Summit and Conf. (APSIPA ASC), 2021.
Really encouraging to have my work accepted for WASPAA 2021 in New Paltz, New York, U.S.A in October 2021. A. Hogg, V. Neo, S Weiss, C. Evers and P. Naylor: A Polynomial Eigenvalue Decomposition MUSIC Approach for Broadband Sound Source Localization. In: Proc. IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2021.
I am delighted that I was nominated to attend the President’s Awards for Excellence
Happy to announce that I have been appointed to the position of Early Career Coordinator for the new special interest group in spatial acoustics and immersive audio at The UK Acoustics Network.
Huge thank you to all who joined & presented at today’s SONICOM project kickoff meeting. Hope next time we can get together in-person!
I am thrilled that the following paper has been accepted for IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio Speech and Language Processing. A. Hogg, C. Evers, A. Moore and P. Naylor: Overlapping Speaker Segmentation using Multiple Hypothesis Tracking of Fundamental Frequency. In: Proc. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio Speech and Language Processing, 2021.
I am delighted that the following paper has been accepted for ICASSP 2021 in Toronto, Canada in June 2021. A. Hogg, C. Evers and P. Naylor: Multichannel Overlapping Speaker Segmentation Using Multiple Hypothesis Tracking of Acoustic and Spatial Features. In: IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2021.
Instead of our usual end-of-term social, SAP group enjoyed a virtual pub quiz to celebrate! Congratulations to Peter for winning!
I am delighted that the following paper has been accepted for EUSIPCO 2020 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in January 2021. S. McKnight, A. Hogg and P. Naylor: Analysis of Phonetic Dependence of Segmentation Errors in Speaker Diarization. In: Proc. European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 2020.