My research interests are in the field of audio and acoustic signal processing, e.g. speech enhancement and separation, microphone array processing, acoustic localization and tracking, acoustic parameter estimation, perceptual acoustics and spatial audio.
I work closely with product teams at Microsoft to develop algorithms for suppressing echo, noise, reverberation and interfering speakers, to improve captured speech signal quality and intelligibility for human and machine listeners, and to separate audio sources.
2018-present: Researcher at Microsoft Research
2018: Research intern at Microsoft Research
2012-2018: PhD (Dr.-Ing.) at the International Audio Laboratories Erlangen (FAU Erlangen in collaboration with Fraunhofer IIS). Thesis “Speech dereverberation in noisy environments using time-frequency domain signal models”
2017: Research visit at MUSAE Lab at INRS, Montreal, Canada.
2006-2012: Bsc and Msc (Dipl.-Ing.) in electrical and sound engineering at TU and KU Graz, Austria