The AUDIAS research group is organizing the fifth ALBAYZIN Search-on-Speech challenge in collaboration with University CEU San Pablo. The challenge will take place in the context of the next IberSPEECH conference.
Beltrán Labrador has returned on Feb. 7th 2020 from his short stay in Brno University of Technology. He has been conducting research on semi-supervised end-to-end ASR training.
Juan Maroñas did a research stay in the Alan Turing Institute, London, Uk from February to May 2020. He worked in machine learning with deep Gaussian processes.
Alicia Lozano Diez was awarded with a H2020 Marie Slodowska Curie Grant from the EU Comission for the project “Robust End-To-End SPEAKER recognition based on deep learning and attention models” to do a post-doc stay at the Speech@FIT Group of… Read More
Beltran Labrador-Serrano starts a research stay at the Speech@FIT Group in Brno University of Technology, for three months, to work on deep learning approaches for speech recognition.
Juan Maroñas did a research stay in the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy from. He worked in deep learning approaches for image classification in medical applications.
Daniel Ramos visited the Machine Learning Group at the University of Cambridge for a research stay from January to May 2019 funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education, to work on probabilistic approaches to likelihood ratio computation in forensic glass… Read More
AUDIAS starts the new project “Aprendizaje Profundo en Voz para Aplicaciones Forenses y de Seguridad“, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities under grant RTI2018-098091-B-I00. The project will run from Jan. 2019 to Dec. 2021.
One article from AUDIAS selected as finalist for the Best Journal Article Award 2018 from the Spanish Speech Technologies Network (Red Temática en Tecnologías del Habla, RTTH): A. Lozano-Diez, R. Zazo, D. T. Toledano and J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, “An analysis of… Read More
Alicia Lozano-Diez won the “Best PhD Thesis Award” from the IberSPEECH 2018 Conference. This award recognizes the best of emerging academic work on processing of the Iberian languages and related issues, concluded in the three years preceding the submission deadline