MuSAE Lab is now on Github. Stay tuned as we migrate our open-source software. Tools will soon be available for room acoustics characterization (RT60, DRR), reverberant speech quality estimation (SRMR, SRMR_norm), and GUIs for API/SDK access to raw data from Interaxon MUSE, Emotiv EEG, and ENOBIO.
Our new Tobii EyeX Development Kit arrived … stay tuned for an upcoming paper on the use of eye tracking and brain-computer interfaces for serious gaming.
MuSAE Lab member, João F. Santos, had his research featured in Planete INRS. View the article here.
Congratulations to MuSAE Lab members who had their papers accepted to Interspeech 2014 and IWAENC 2014. 1) Improving the Performance of Far-Field Speaker Verification Using Multi-Condition Training: The Case of GMM-UBM and i-vector Systems 2) An improved non-intrusive intelligibility metric for noisy and reverberant speech
MuSAE Lab member João Santos received the Bourse d’excellence du Recteur de l’INRS for his ‘excellence in research during his Master’s studies’. João will receive the award during the convocation ceremony on May 24th in Quebec City. Congratulations João!