CNEL Alumnus: Marc Boillot

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About Me

I am a DSP product development and research engineer for the iDEN cell phone division of Motorola in south Florida. I completed the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering Spring 2002.
My Research Interests

My research examines the psychoacoustics of hearing as a signal processing approach to speech enhancement. I have developed a real-time warped filter inspired by the biological representation of loudness in the peripheral auditory system. The implementation elevates the perception of speech loudness without adding energy. My complimentary areas of concentration and expertise on the DSP platform are: speech recognition, vocoders, noise suppression, audio streaming, compression, and java.
Research Goals

Improve voice quality of cell phones

CNEL Papers
1Marc Boillot,"A warped filter implementation for the loudness enhancement of speech", 2002, University of Florida.(author PDF)
1Marc Boillot, "Data acquisition and visualization for electrophysiology studies in-vitro", 1997.

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