SAIGE’s first Ph.D. was born. Sanna Wager successfully defended her dissertation, entitled “A data-driven pitch correction algorithm for singing voice.” She joined Amazon Lab126 as an Applied Scientist. Congratulations, Dr. Sanna Wager!
SAIGE welcomes a new member, Darius Pétermann, who joins as a Ph.D. student. He is bringing various experiences ranging from music to deep learning. To know more about him, please check out his website: dariuspetermann.com
Minje’s paper, “Joint Optimization of Masks and Deep Recurrent Neural Networks for Monaural Source Separation,” was selected for 2020 IEEE SPS Best Paper Award.
Minje was re-elected to the IEEE Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing Technical Committee for the second term (2021-2023).
Our paper, entitled “Psychoacoustic Calibration of Loss Functions for Efficient End-to-End Neural Audio Coding,” was accepted for publication at IEEE Signal Processing Letters.
Our paper, entitled “Self-Supervised Learning using Contrastive Mixtures for Personalized Speech Enhancement,” was accepted for publication at Self-Supervised Learning for Speech and Audio Processing Workshop at NeurIPS 2020.
Aswin receives a travel grant for his paper to be published at Interspeech 2020. It’s co-offered by ISCA and Interspeech 2020 to promote the participation of students and young scientists, aged 34 and under. It covers registration and a 1-year Read More …
Our paper, “Sparse Mixture of Local Experts for Efficient Speech Enhancement” was accepted for publication in Interspeech 2020.
Minje started to work at Amazon Lab126 as an Amazon Visiting Academic.
The students in SAIGE (remotely) work as an intern for various research labs in the industry this summer: Amazon Alexa (Kai), Amazon Lab126 (Sunwoo), Google X (Aswin), and Amazon Alexa (Haici).