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Mike Seltzer

Mike Seltzer

Research interests

  • Speech recognition in adverse environments
  • Acoustic modeling
  • Microphone array processing
  • Speech enhancement
  • Machine learning for speech and audio applications


I have been a Researcher in the Speech Technology Group at Microsoft Research since October, 2003. I did my graduate work in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, receiving my M.S. in 2000 and my Ph.D. in 2003. While at CMU, I was a member of the Robust Speech Recognition group, led by my advisor Professor Richard Stern. My dissertation research focused on improving recognition accuracy in hands-free environments using microphone arrays. From 1996-1998, I worked at Teradyne, Inc. as an Applications Engineer. Teradyne makes automatic test equipment (ATE) for the semiconductor industry. I received my B.S. at Brown University in 1996. At Brown, I worked in the Laboratory for Engineering Man/Machine Systems (LEMS) with Professor Harvey Silverman on a huge microphone array project that was called, in fact, the Huge Microphone Array.


Contact Info

E-mail: mseltzer --at-- microsoft --dot-- com
Postal Mail: Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond WA, 98052-6399, USA
Tel: (425) 706-3763
Fax: (425) 706-7329 (This is the main MS FAX number so make sure to send documents to my attention)