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Congratulations to Daniel Garcia-Romero, a Ph.D. student of Professor Carol Espy-Wilson (ECE/ISR), who won the Speech Communication Best Student Paper Award at the Joint 159th Acoustical Society of America Meeting and Noise-Con 2010 in April. Garcia-Romero was honored for his work, "Speech Forensics: Automatic Acquisition Device Identification."

This research is part of an ongoing effort supported by the National Science Foundation. Its primary goal is to provide new tools and techniques to detect imperceptible malicious alterations to digital speech content.



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May 19, 2010


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