[Univ of Cambridge] [Dept of Engineering]

Mark Gales


Mark Gales is a Professor of Information Engineering in the Machine Intelligence Laboratory (formerly the Speech Vision and Robotics (SVR) group) and a Fellow of Emmanuel College. He is a member of the Speech Research Group together with faculty staff members Steve Young, Phil Woodland and Bill Byrne.

A brief biography is available online.


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Research interests

A brief introduction to speech recognition is available online. For a technical review see The Application of Hidden Markov Models in Speech Recognition. A draft review of model-based noise compensation schemes is also available.
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Research Projects

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PhD Research Students

Current list of PhD Research Students and their general research topics:
  • Jeff Chen: Adaptive Meeting Transcription systems (Toshiba funded)
  • Andrey Malinin: Language Modelling for Spoken Language Assesment (The ALTA Institute funded)
  • Jeremy Wong: Random Projections for ASR (A-STAR Lab funded)
  • Chunyang Wu: Canonical Models for Speech Processing (Natural Speech Technology funded)
  • Justin Yang: Non-Parametric models for speech recognition (EPSRC funded)
Past PhD Research Students If you are interested in studying for a PhD in the Machine Intelligence Laboratory please see the postgraduate admissions page for information.
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Teaching (2014-2015)

Teaching duties in 2014-2015:

For the Engineering Department: For Emmanuel College: (supervision timetable local access only) top


Contact Information

Mark Gales
Baker Building, Room 305
Engineering Department Email mjfg@eng.cam.ac.uk
Trumpington Street, Cambridge Tel: +44 1223 332733
CB2 1PZ, UK Fax: +44 1223 332662

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