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To work in a challenging research oriented position that leverages my knowledge in hearing and speech processing.
Research Interests: Hearing aid algorithms, speech intelligibility enhancement, noise reduction algorithms, cochlear implants, automatic speech enhancement and recognition, biologically inspired signal processing
PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering, May 2008 (cleared prior)
Dissertation title: “Noise Robust Algorithms to Improve Speech Intelligibility for the Hearing‐Impaired”
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, December 2004 University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communications, June 2002 Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, India (University Topper)
Research Scientist, January 2008 ‐ Present SoundID, Palo Alto, California
Developing advanced audio and speech processing strategies for hearing impaired users and normal hearing users for both quiet and noisy environments.
Optimizing algorithms for cell phone speech signals.
Performing acoustic, psychoacoustic and speech laboratory experiments as part of product design.
Designing and carrying out subjective evaluations of algorithms and devices using clinical trials.
Research Scientist Intern, May 2007 ‐ December 2007 SoundID, Palo Alto, California
Optimized SM100 presets for best performance in different environments.
Implemented and evaluated the performance of several noise reduction algorithms
on cell phone speech.
Performed both real world and Head and Torso Simulator based measurements on