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Katrin Kirchhoff

Katrin Kirchhoff
Research Associate Professor
Signal and Image Processing
Box 352500
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: (206) 616-5494
E-mail: katrin AT ee DOT washington DOT edu

University of Bielefeld, Germany PhD 1999

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Dr. Kirchhoff joined the Speech, Signal and Language Interpretation (SSLI) Lab in the EE Department at the University of Washington in November 1999, after receiving her PhD in Computer Science from the University of Bielefeld, Germany. Most of here previous work has been in the area of automatic speech recognition. In her dissertation work, part of which was performed as a visitor at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley, California, she developed articulatory-based models for automatic speech recognition. Currently she is working on various projects in human language technology, including machine translation, multilingual speech recognition, and machine learning techniques for speech and natural language processing.

Research Interests

Speech recognition, machine translations, human-computer interfaces, machine learning, multilingual applications.

Current Research Projects

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Selected Publications

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