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Philip JB Jackson MA PhD
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Key words: articulatory models for speech technologies,
analysis of voiced fricatives, spatial audio perception,
speech & auditory processing

Senior lecturer in speech and audio processing
Centre for Vision Speech and Signal Processing,
Department of Electronic Engineering (FEPS),
University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK.
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Research in machine audition

Projects  
    POSZ, (10-14)  
    UDRC, (09-16)  
    QESTRAL (05-09)  
    Dynamic Faces (05-09)  
    Dansa (04-08)  
    Columbo (01-03)  

Resources  
    Personal publications  
    CVSSP publications  
    PSHF  
    ACIDA  
    SegRec  
    SAVEE  

I was appointed as a lecturer at the University of Surrey, in the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) in 2002. Now as senior lecturer, I have a small team of research students working with me, but there are opportunities for starting up new research projects, especially for home students. So, if you're interested in studying some aspect of speech or audio processing at Surrey, then I'd encourage you to consider a postgraduate degree. You can find more about my current and past research from: my publications list; project pages (POSZ, UDRC, SAVEE, QESTRAL, Dynamic faces, Dansa, Columbo, Balthasar, Nephthys); my PhD students (Jonathan Pincas, Veena Singampalli, Jack Longton, Lukasz Litwic, and Sana-ul Haq, Qingju Liu, Atiyeh Alinaghi, Phil Coleman, Marek Olik); research fellows (Medha Pandit, Yoshi Shiga and Martin Dewhirst).

Teaching in electronic engineering

Courses  
    SurreyLearn  
    ee1.lab
    ee2.lab
    eem.ssr
    UG/PG projects

Resources (restricted)  
    Media wiki
    CVSSP wiki
    CVSSP internal  
    Symplectic
    Agresso

In Surrey's Department of Electronic Engineering, I teach EE1.el3 Electronics III covering mechanics and acoustics for first-year undergraduates, and EEM.ssr Speaker & Speech Recognition to masters students. I run some first- and second-year labs and tutorials, and have been designing the new BEng/MEng degrees in Audio Media Engineering with the help of my colleagues. Previously, at the University of Birmingham, I have lectured EE2F1 Multimedia (Speech) and contributed to various modules: EEM4R Spoken Language Processing, EE1K1 Mathematical methods and principles, EE1F1 Introduction to Communications. I have also taught on MSc courses at the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR, University of Southampton) and supervised laboratories there.

Professional activities

  • Associate editor for Computer Speech and Language
  • Reviewer for a number of journals, conferences and research councils: Computer Speech and Language, Electronics Letters, EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Journal of Phonetics; ASRU, BMVC, EUSIPCO, IASTED, ICASSP, Interspeech, ISCCSP, PAA, S+SSPR, SSP
  • Member of professional organisations: Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Audio Engineering Society (AES), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), International Speech Communication Association (ISCA)

Management & administration

  • Tutor for Undergraduate Admissions (International)
  • Director of Media Engineering
    • Pathway leader for Audio Media Engineering and for Digital Media Engineering
    • Chair of Media Engineering Steering Committee
  • Member of Professional Training Panel, Member of Undergraduate Courses Review Panel, Member of FEPS Marketing Committee, Member of University Validation Panel, Member of academic Boards of Studies and Examination Boards


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