We are currently looking for a student for a collaborative project between the Forensic Speech Science group at the University of York and Aculab, a commercial company developing state-of-the-art speaker verification and recognition systems. The funding is provided by the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities. The project attempts to systematically integrate linguistic-phonetic and automatic methods of speaker recognition for many applications, not least forensic applications. More information can be found here.
The deadline for initial applications is the 14th December, but potential applicants are encouraged to contact me before this date to express their interest and find out more about the collaboration and the project.
*Note: WRoCAH rules mean that only applicants from the UK and EU are eligible*