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Research Engineer in Speech Technology

Organization: 
Toshiba Research Europe LTD
Country of Position: 
United Kingdom
Contact Name: 
Rama Doddipatla
Subject Area: 
Speech and Language Processing
Signal Processing Theory and Methods
Machine Learning for Signal Processing
Digital Signal Processing
Start Date: 
May 22, 2019
Expiration Date: 
June 19, 2019
Position Description: 

The Speech Technology Group of Toshiba Research Europe in Cambridge is looking for exceptional candidates to join our team of researchers, working in automatic speech recognition or statistical dialogue systems. We are looking for candidates with background in signal processing, machine learning, acoustic modelling or expertise in building state-of-the-art systems for ASR or Dialogue. 

The candidate should have a PhD or Masters with equivalent experience in the areas of speech technology related to automatic speech recognition, statistical dialogue modelling, machine learning or a related field (Post-doctoral/industrial experience is beneficial).  The candidate has good programming skills with Python and/or C/C++ and proficient with Unix/Linux. Experience with speech and/or machine learning toolkits, e.g. Kaldi, TensorFlow, PyDial, PyTorch, etc. would be beneficial.

For more information please visit: https://www.toshiba.eu/eu/Cambridge-Research-Laboratory/Speech-Technology or alternatively send your CV and covering letter to: stg-res-jobs@crl.toshiba.co.uk

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