Our PLOS ONE paper titled “Characterizing Alzheimer’s Disease Severity via Resting-Awake EEG Amplitude Modulation Analysis” is now online. Great example of a fruitful Canada-Brazil collaboration! More details here.
MuSAE Lab will host an ‘Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program (ELAP)’ fellow for 6 months from UFABC, Brazil. The fellow, Anderson Avila, will research innovative features for robust hands-free speaker identification.
Objective intelligibility metric developed at the MuSAE Lab to be used in the upcoming IEEE REVERB (REverberant Voice Enhancement and Recognition Benchmark) Challenge. http://reverb2014.dereverberation.com