Re: AUDITORY Digest - 30 Aug 1999 to 31 Aug 1999 (#1999-120) (CRISTINA BUSK NIELSEN )

Subject: Re: AUDITORY Digest - 30 Aug 1999 to 31 Aug 1999 (#1999-120)
From:    CRISTINA BUSK NIELSEN  <cristina.busk(at)>
Date:    Thu, 2 Sep 1999 18:15:35 +0200

Please tell me how to unsuscribe from this list Sorry, a dot missing in my last request in my address this is the correct addrress cristina.busk(at) -----Original Message----- From: Automatic digest processor <LISTSERV(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA> To: Recipients of AUDITORY digests <AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA> Date: Wednesday, September 01, 1999 6:20 AM Subject: AUDITORY Digest - 30 Aug 1999 to 31 Aug 1999 (#1999-120) >There is one message totalling 77 lines in this issue. > >Topics of the day: > > 1. R E S E A R C H O P P O R T U N I T I E S : S P H E A R > >---------------------------------------------------------------------- > >Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 10:27:49 +0100 >From: Phil Green <> >Subject: R E S E A R C H O P P O R T U N I T I E S : S P H E A R > >R E S E A R C H I N T H E S P H E A R N E T W O R K >========================================================== > ><<< apologies for multiple postings >>> > >* SPHEAR (Speech, Hearing and Recognition) is a research network funded by >the European Commission Transfer and Mobility of Researchers programme from >1st March 1998 for four years. > >* SPHEAR is researching models of hearing, particularly Computational >Auditory Scene Analysis and the Precedence Effect. The network links this work >to new methodologies for robust automatic speech recognition, primarily >'Missing Data' and 'Multistream'. Recognition for in-car applications is used >as a testbed. For more details, see >< > >* The SPHEAR partners are > > University of Sheffield, GB > Ruhr Universitat Bochum, DE > Daimler-Chrysler Research, Ulm, DE > Institute Communication Parle, Grenoble, FR > IDIAP, Martigny, CH > University of Keele, GB > Wire Communication Lab, University of Patras, GR. > >* SPHEAR employs BOTH POSTDOCTORAL AND DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS (you can do part >or all of your Ph.D. within the network). > >* By the TMR eligibility rules, all these researchers must > be under 35 years of age, > be European Union citizens and > be prepared to work outside their own country. > >* There will be opportunities for individuals to take a series of placements >to work in several SPHEAR labs who are collaborating on the same or related >tasks. > >* Research students who have already commenced their doctoral studies may >spend part of their time on placements within SPHEAR. > >* Research students will have their tuition fees paid by the network. > >* Payment will be based on the Marie Curie TMR fellowship rates (details from >the web site) > >If you are interested, send your CV and the names and addresses of two >referees to the address below. Indicate what SPHEAR tasks (see the web site) >and what SPHEAR labs interest you, and when you expect to be available. > >Alternatively, talk to us at Eurospeech, where several SPHEAR papers will be >presented. > >************************************************ >Dr Phil Green >Speech and Hearing Research Group >Department of Computer Science >University of Sheffield >Regent Court >211 Portobello St., >Sheffield S1 4DP >UK > >phone: (44) 114 22 21828 >fax: (44) 114 27 80972 >email: >www: << >************************************************ > >------------------------------ > >End of AUDITORY Digest - 30 Aug 1999 to 31 Aug 1999 (#1999-120) >*************************************************************** >

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