Paper at EUSIPCO 2020

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.

Farewell lunch for Christine

Wishing Christine all the very best for her future plans and career at the University of Southampton. Good luck, Christine!

HiPEDS Poster Presentation

I was delighted to present the following poster: ‘Audio Diarization in the Cocktail Party Scenario’.

Paper at WASPAA 2019

I was delighted that the following paper was accepted for WASPAA 2019 in New Paltz, New York, U.S.A in October 2019. A. Hogg, C. Evers and P. Naylor: Multiple Hypothesis Tracking for Overlapping Speaker Segmentation. In: Proc. IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2019.

Paper at EUSIPCO 2019

I am delighted that the following paper has been accepted for EUSIPCO 2019 in A Coruña, Spain in September 2019. D. Sharma, A. Hogg, Y. Wang, A. Nour-Eldin and P. Naylor: Non-Intrusive POLQA Estimation of Speech Quality using Recurrent Neural Networks. In: Proc. European Signal Process. Conf. (EUSIPCO), 2019.

Creativity Sandpit with Cambridge and Nottingham

In early May 28 PhD students from three CDTS based at Imperial, Cambridge and Nottingham participated in a two-day creativity sandpit, spread across three days. We were very fortunate to welcome to the event industry engineers who each presented a challenge, which the students would work on during the event. The challengers were from McLaren […]