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My research interest is the interface of human auditory perception and computational linguistics in addressing theoretical problems about speech sound processing in human brain and for machines. I also do research on music-language interface, currently in the field of music information retrieval (MIR)-computational and automated processing for audio signals in music as well as linguistic and musical metadata.
I am a Ph.D research assistant for the Setswana Project, at Georgetown University Department of Linguistics, funded by National Science Foundation (PI:Dr. Lisa Zsiga), where I developed computational tools for automated speech data processing.Currently (summer 2013-) I also work as a researcher at CompMusic Project, Music Technology Group, Dept. of Information and Communication Technologies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, funded by the European Research Council (PI:Dr Xavier Serra). I was a visiting member of the Phonetics Lab, Institute of Linguistics, China Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing in 2010.