Interests and Background
I am a researcher in the Conversational Systems Research Center at Microsoft Research, working at Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus. My interests include speech recognition and understanding, language modeling, speaker recognition, language and dialect recognition, machine translation, historical linguistics, and software tools for computational linguistics. I am also an External Fellow at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) in Berkeley, where I co-lead a joint project with Microsoft.
Prior to 2011, I worked in the Speech Technology and Research Laboratory at SRI International, mainly on government-funded research projects in speech recognition, speaker recognition, and machine translation, such as the DARPA projects EARS, GALE, and RATS. While at SRI, I also collaborated with ICSI on recognition of multiparty meetings and other projects.
I obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1994. I have performed editorial services for the journals Computional Linguistics, Computer Speech and Language, and the IEEE Transactions on Audio Speech and Language, and am a Fellow of the IEEE.
A list of recent publications appears below. For older papers (including work from before joining Microsoft) please refer to the Microsoft Academic Search author page.
- Heeyoung Lee, Andreas Stolcke, and Elizabeth Shriberg, Using Out-of-Domain Data for Lexical Addressee Detection in Human-Human-Computer Dialog, in Proceedings NAACL, Association for Computational Linguistics, June 2013
- Vikramjit Mitra, Wen Wang, Andreas Stolcke, Hosung Nam, Colleen Richey, Jiahong Yuan, and Mark Liberman, Articulatory features for large vocabulary speech recognition, in Proc. IEEE ICASSP, IEEE SPS, May 2013
- Mark Liberman, Jiahong Yuan, Andreas Stolcke, Wen Wang, and Vikramjit Mitra, Using multiple versions of speech input in phone recognition, in Proceedings IEEE ICASSP, IEEE SPS, May 2013
- Elizabeth Shriberg, Andreas Stolcke, Dilek Hakkani-Tür, and Larry Heck, Learning When to Listen: Detecting System-Addressed Speech in Human-Human-Computer Dialog, in Proceedings of Interspeech, International Speech Communication Association, September 2012
- Dmytro Prylipko, Bogdan Vlasenko, Andreas Stolcke, and Andreas Wendemuth, Language Modeling of Nonverbal Vocalizations in Spontaneous Speech, in Text, Speech and Dialogue, 15th International Conference, Springer Verlag, September 2012
- Andreas Stolcke, Martin Graciarena, and Luciana Ferrer, Effects of audio and ASR quality on cepstral and high-level speaker verification systems, in Proceedings Odyssey Speaker and Language Recognition Workshop, International Speech Communication Association, June 2012
- Andreas Stolcke, Arindam Mandal, and Elizabeth Shriberg, Speaker recognition with region-constrained MLLR transforms, in Proceedings of IEEE ICASSP, IEEE SPS, March 2012
- Andreas Stolcke, Jing Zheng, Wen Wang, and Victor Abrash, SRILM at Sixteen: Update and Outlook, in Proceedings IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop, IEEE SPS, December 2011
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