Dr. Jun Wang is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering and Principle Investigator of the Speech Disorders and Technology Lab. He conducts both science and engineering research in speech disorders. Topis include:
- Silent speech recognition / interface
- Articulation-to-speech synthesis
- Dysarthric speech recognition
- Motor speech disorders due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Articulatory patterns after laryngectomy
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Automatic Speech Activity Recognition from MEG Signals Using Seq2Seq Learning (IEEE Computer Society, 2019-03)Accurate interpretation of speech activity from brain signals is critical for understanding the relationship between neural patterns and speech production. Current research on speech activity recognition from the brain ...
Using Electromagnetic Articulography with a Tongue Lateral Sensor to Discriminate Manner of Articulation This study examined the contributions of the tongue tip (TT), tongue body (TB), and tongue lateral (TL) sensors in the electromagnetic articulography (EMA) measurement of American English alveolar consonants. Thirteen ...
Parkinson's Condition Estimation Using Speech Acoustic and Inversely Mapped Articulatory Data Parkinson's disease is a neurological disorder that affects patient's motor function including speech articulation. There is no cure for Parkinson's disease. Speech and motor function declines as the disease progresses. ...