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WELCOME TO SPICE

The automatic speech processing techniques for various tasks have matured steadily from being effective under purely under benign conditions towards more challenging ones. Even then, their performance under noisy environments still remains far from those of humans. Not only the environmental noise, but also the effects of noisy transmission channels pose serious challenges in robust processing of such speech signals. Examples of such signals are speech signals transmitted over radio equipment, far-field recordings, recordings collected from open broadcasts and public meetings and battlefield recordings to name a few. Each such scenario brings unique challenges in the pre-processing and feature computation from the speech signal to enhance the quality of the signal and make it suitable for the targeted tasks. The aim of the workshop is to bring experts working in the related areas for pedagogic tutorial sessions.

LATEST NEWS
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  • September 7, 2018 :  Breakfast arranged for the delegates at 8.30 am near Golden Jubilee Hall, ECE department, IISc.

  • August 29, 2018    :  Technical Program for the SPICE Workshop 2018 is updated.

  • August 28, 2018    :  Dr. Jan Trmal from The Johns Hopkins University joins as one of the speakers at SPICE 2018.

  • August 28, 2018    :  Shri. Prasanna Kumar from DRDO joins as one of the speakers at SPICE 2018.

  • August 28, 2018    :  Prof. V Ramasubramanian from IIIT Bangalore joins as one of the speakers at SPICE 2018.

  • August 17, 2018    :  Prof. Hynek Hermansky from The Johns Hopkins University joins as one of the speakers at SPICE 2018.

  • August 15, 2018    :  Prof . Shinji Watanabe from The Johns Hopkins University will be giving a special talk at SPICE 2018.

  • .July 29, 2018        :  Event brochure has been updated.

  • July 24, 2018         :  Accommodation information has been updated.

  • July 22, 2018         :  Registration is now open!