I analyze sound with machine learning and signal processing. I am currently building machines that emulate the remarkable ability of humans to recognize speech in noise.
I am an assistant professor of Computer and Information Science at Brooklyn College (CUNY). Before that, I was a research scientist at The Ohio State University, collaborating with the Speech and Language Technologies, Perception and Neurodynamics, and Interactive Data Systems labs. Before that, I was an Algorithm Developer at Audience, Inc, a postdoc in the LISA lab at the Université de Montréal, a PhD student in LabROSA at Columbia University, and an undergrad in CS at MIT.