Spoken Information Processing graduate seminar (ECE 590SIP), Fall 2022


ECE 590SIP is a research seminar. Every student registered for credit will be required to give or participate in at least one research presentation during the semester. There are at least two ways you can do so:

  1. Join one of the semester-long research projects designed during the first two weeks of the semester, and then participate in the presentation of that research project at the end of the semester.
  2. Present your own research some time during September, October, or the first half of November.
This course has a CampusWire forum for bulletin-board discussions.

Regular Meeting Time and Place

Unless otherwise announced in the list below, meetings will be Mondays, 11:00-11:50, in 1015 ECEB. All meetings will be hybrid; you can attend in person, or on zoom (email for the URL).

Schedule, Fall 2022

Monday, 8/22, 11:00
Discuss, and nominate proposals for small-group research projects. Notes are here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NoF8EaFs2_KZNeea3JotHjtgRiMBDoKaBam3oGeqtZY/edit.
Monday, 8/29, 11:00
Small-group discussions about project proposals
Monday, 10/3, 11:00
Proposal presentations. Hybrid.
Monday, 10/10, 11:00
Hung-Yi Lee, Recent Progress of Self-supervised Learning for Speech Processing. Online only. (slides here)
Monday, 10/17, 11:00
John Harvill, stutter detection and sense-specific NLG.
Mahir Morshed, Cross-lingual articulatory feature information transfer for speech recognition
Monday, 10/24, 11:00
Juhitha Konduru, Package/Board level signal integrity analysis using Neural Networks
Monday, 10/31, 11:00
Mid-term presentations, group 1 Hybrid.
Monday, 11/7, 11:00
Mid-term presentations, group 2 Hybrid.
Monday, 12/5, 11:00
Project #1 Final Presentation. Hybrid.
Monday, 12/12, 11:00
Project #2 Final Presentation. Hybrid.