I am a Ph.D. student in Prof. Dr. Volker Dellwo's team and a research assistant working in a candoc project "How do infants identify their mothers by their voice: The role of temporal characteristics in infant-directed speech style"
Having a background in machine learning and speech processing, I study the indexical cues in speech (who is speaking?) and its related implications especially in infant-directed speech (how we talk to infants?). My other research interests are automatic speaker recognition using temporal-cues, and acoustics properties of high-pitched speeches.
- 2006 - 2010: B.Eng. in Electronics and Communication Engineering
- 2010 - 2013: Software Engineer at TATA Consultancy service, India
- 2013 - 2014: M.Sc. in Erasmus Mundus MERIT at UPC Spain
- 2014 - 2015: M.Sc. in Erasmus Mundus MERIT at KTH Sweden
- 2014 - 2015: Master Thesis student at Fraunhofer IDMT Germany
- 2014 - 2018: Research assistant in SNSF project, “Acoustic Characteristics of Voice in Music and Straight Theatre, and Related Aspects of Production and Perception ”
- Since 2016: Doctoral Student at UZH, Switzerland