The AGH Signal Processing Group specialises in speech technologies, wavelet theory and signal compression. Another fields of our interests are natural language processing, soundtracing for computer games, DSP for telecommunication networks, devices and services, software for microprocessor systems used in the telecommunications, hardware image processing acceleration with the use of reconfigurable FPGA systems and medical image processing. The group consists of 7 academic staff members, 11 PhD students and several Master students.
15-06-2015 Two papers of DSP AGH Group were accepted for Show&Tell session of Interspeech 2015 conference, which is considered the best and most important speech processing conference:
- B. Ziółko, T. Jadczyk, D. Skurzok, P. Żelasko, J. Gałka, T. Pędzimąz, I. Gawlik, S. Pałka “SARMATA 2.0 Automatic Polish Language Speech Recognition System”, Interspeech, Dresden, 2015.
- J. Gałka, J. Grzybowska, M. Igras, P. Jaciow, K. Wajda, M. Witkowski and M. Ziołko, “System supporting speaker identiﬁcation in emergency call center”, Interspeech, Dresden, 2015.
03-06-2015 The Institute of Advanced Research Computing, Innovative Computing Group and School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, Durham University are delighted to invite you to attend a seminar by visiting Professor Bartek Ziolko on “Soundtracing and dialogue systems for computer games”
During the development of modern multimedia techniques, audio simulation has been mostly brushed aside. The main focus in audio over the recent years seems to be on adding more channels and using additional speakers to provide spatial sound feel. Unfortunately, these are usually unused in practice due to the difficulties in properly calibrating multi-speaker systems. Video games still feature simple audio processing, based roughly on predefined room characteristics, like for example “big auditorium” or “thin corridor”.
The presentation will be an introduction to various research topics at DSP group at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow with a special emphasis on two recently submitted patent applications “A system and a method for providing a dialog with a user” and “A system and a method for determining approximate set of visible objects in beam tracing”
Professor Ziolko graduated from AGH University of Science and Technology having studied Electronics and Telecommunications there before receiving his PhD from the University of York for his thesis “Speech recognition of highly inflective languages” He is now a lecturer at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. Further information on Professor Ziolko can be found here: http://bit.ly/1SVfctN
Seminar date and time:
The seminar will be held in Room E101, Christopherson Buliding, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences on Tuesday 9th June, from 13:00 to 14:00. Refreshments will be provided in the Engineering Coffee Bar afterwards.
Please also feel free to invite any colleagues whom you think may be interested in this event – We look forward to seeing you there!
22-05-2014 Bartosz Ziolko visiting Kitami Institute of Technology in Japan
21-05-2015 Presentation about AGH DSP Group