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He is a frequent keynote, panel and tutorial speaker, and has received numerous awards. Prior to joining the university in , he headed the ASR team at Philips research where his work on dynamic programming beam search and language modelling 'Kneser-Ney' smoothing resulted in commercial speech recognition products used for text dictation and spoken dialogue systems. His main research interests lie in the area of statistical classification, machine learning and human language technology and specific applications to speech recognition, machine translation, handwriting recognition and sign language processing.

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Flanagan Speech and Audio Processing Award. She received her Ph. John R. He served as a line officer aboard destroyers in the US Navy from to Applied Signal Technology, now a mission area within the Space and Airborne Systems SAS business unit of Raytheon, Inc, designs and builds advanced signal processing equipment used by the United States government and its allies for foreign intelligence collection.

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