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Espy-Wilson named International Speech Communication Association Fellow


Professor Carol Espy-Wilson (ECE/ISR) has been elevated to the rank of Fellow by the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) for “contributions to speech acoustic modelling, speech signal processing and applications to knowledge-driven speech recognition and speech enhancement.”

The title of ISCA Fellow is one of ISCA’s most prestigious honors for an individual in the field of speech science/technology.

The honor will be publicly announced during the opening ceremony of INTERSPEECH-2018 in Hyderabad, India, in September. INTERSPEECH is an international conference on the science and technology of spoken language processing, which is at the heart of multimodal artificial intelligence and machine learning.

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March 28, 2018


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