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PhD position in multimodal emotion recognition at UT Dallas

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The multimodal signal processing (MSP) lab at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) is looking for outstanding and innovative students to work in multimodal emotion recognition.

We are looking for students with strong background in digital signal processing, with the potential to do independent research (Spring and Fall 2010). Some of the aspects that we look are:

  • Your research interest (it should match with our research directions)
  • Your GPA, rank, and the quality of your educational institution
  • Previous publications in international journals and conferences
  • Your technical skills (programming, writing, speaking, math, etc.)
  • Prospective students should have completed or about to complete a M.S. degree
  • Previous experience in image and speech processing

Please send a short email to Prof. Busso if you are interested in joining the MSP lab. We will select students whose passions are most closely aligned with our program.

The MSP laboratory is dedicated to advance technology in the area human-centered multimodal signal processing. We are looking at theoretical problems with practical applications. Our goal is to develop methods, algorithms and models to recognize and synthesize human verbal and non-verbal communication behaviors to improve human machine interaction. Our current research includes:

  • Affective computing
  • Speech, video and multimodal processing
  • Multimodal human-machine interfaces
  • Analysis and modeling of verbal and non-verbal interaction
  • Human interaction analysis and modeling
  • Multimodal speaker identification
  • Meeting analysis and intelligent meeting spaces
  • Machine learning methods for multimodal processing

For more information, visit our website. You are welcome to download our publications and contact our current students.

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