CNEL Alumnus: Ismail UysalFormer student webpage:
My name is Ismail Uysal. I’ve been working
with Dr. John G. Harris since Spring 2004. I work in
NEB 444, Mind Machine Interaction Research Center.
The picture to the right shows me, waiting for a
shuttle in Istanbul, arguably the most beautiful
city in the world !
|My Research Interests|
My main research interest is speech processing.
We’ve been working on Motorola funded, Bandwidth
Extension Project (BWE) for the last 1.5 years with
my friend Harsha Sathyendra who is also a member of
CNEL. I also work on spike-based algorithms for
noise robust speech recognition. This research also
includes the study of our auditory system for better
engineered systems. Finally, only very recently,
I’ve started to investigate the potential of EEG
signals when used for speech recognition.
SPEECH PROCESSING => a) Bandwidth Extension of Telephone Speech, b) Spike-Based Noise Robust Speech Recognition
EEG => Speech Recognition via EEG Experimentation
|1||Ismail Uysal, Harsha Sathyendra, John G. Harris, "Bandwidth Extension of Telephone Speech Using Frame-Based Excitation and Robust Features," European Signal Processing Conf..(Accepted) (author PDF)|
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