LINGUIST List 16.311
Tue Feb 01 2005
Jobs: Speech Signal Analysis: Researcher, Germany
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Speech Signal Analysis: Researcher, Bundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Police Office), Germany
Message 1: Speech Signal Analysis: Researcher, Bundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Police Office), Germany
From: Stefan Gfroerer <stefan.gfroererbka.bund.de>
Subject: Speech Signal Analysis: Researcher, Bundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Police Office), Germany
University or Organization: Bundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Police Office)
Department: Forensic Speaker Identification and Audio Analysis
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Forensic Linguistics;
Phonetics; Speech Signal Analysis
Required Languages: English (ENG)
German, Standard (GER)
We are looking for a specialist in speech signal analysis to work in the
department of speaker identification and forensic audio analysis at the
German federal forensic science laboratory (Kriminaltechnisches Institut im
Bundeskriminalamt). Duties are to plan and carry out research and
development projects and to team-work on expert witness reports in speaker
identification and audio analysis. The duration of the contract is 1 year
(but it is not ruled out that it turns into a permanent position).
Qualifications or expertise required:
a.) MSc, MA etc. in computational linguistics/phonetics, electrical engineering,
computer science, or related;
b.) in-depth knowledge of/experience in digital speech signal processing
(e.g. LPC, cepstrum, f0-tracking, filters), in language and speech
database structures, and in statistics (e.g. Bayes);
c.) some knowledge/experience in automatic speaker- or speech recognition;
d.) preferably, knowledge in phonetics or experience working in a phonetics lab;
e.) competence in German and English;
f.) unimpaired hearing.
Please consult our website for the original job ad, written in German:
(go to "Ausbildung und Stellen", then "Aktuelle Stellenangebote").
Address for Applications
ZV 11-3 Personalgewinnung
Application Deadline: 21-Feb-2005
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