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Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences

Research Staff

Rachel Baker PhD:

Research Fellow

Location:Room 330, Chandler House, University College London, 2 Wakefield Street, WC1N 2PF

Phone:+ 44 (0) 20 7679 4232; internal 24232

Email: rachel.baker@ucl.ac.uk

Home page:

http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/rachelb

Research Department:Speech Hearing and Phonetic Sciences

Research:

Speaker-controlled variability in connected discourse: acoustic-phonetic characteristics and impact on speech perception

Rachel Baker
     
Tim Green PhD:

Senior Research Fellow

Location: Room 329,
Chandler House,
2 Wakefield Street, London
Telephone: + 44 (0) 20 7679 4098

Email:  tim.green@ucl.ac.uk

Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences

Research: Speech processing for cochlear implants; pitch perception in cochlear implant users; auditory attention, especially in relation to frequency selectivity.

Tim Green
     
Gaston Hilkhuysen:

Research Associate

Location:Room 330, Chandler House, University College London, 2 Wakefield Street, WC1N 2PF
Phone:+ 44 (0) 20 7679 4235
Email:g.hilkhuysen@ucl.ac.uk
Primary Department:Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences
Research:Centre for Law Enforcement Audio Research (CLEAR)
The CLEAR project aims to create a centre of excellence in tools and techniques for the cleaning of poor-quality audio recordings of speech.

gaston
     
Souhila Messaoud-Galusi, PhD:

Research Associate

Location:Room 328, Chandler House, UCL, Wakefield Street, London
Phone: + 44 (0) 20 7679 4091
Email:s.messaoud-galusi@ucl.ac.uk
Primary Department:Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences
Research:Clarifying the speech perception deficits of dyslexic children

souhila