Who is he ?
I am currently the Research Director and cofounder of Oxford Wave Research Ltd
I used to work with Griffcomm Ltd , UK based out of Oxford as their R&D director.
I used to be a senior research engineer at Clarifying Technologies Ltd, UK based in Oxford & Wales in the UK. Clarifying provides technology in the field of audio and video to law enforcement & security agencies worldwide.
I used to be a research assistant at the Speech Processing and Biometrics Lab, Signal Processing Institute (ITS), EPFL. I received my Ph.D on November 18th 2005 I worked at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, (EPFL) and with the University of Lausanne (UNIL).
I worked with the Speech Processing and Biometrics Group (STI-ITS-LIAP), at the EPFL and with the School of Forensic Science and Criminology or the Institut de Police Scientifique et de Criminology at the University of
What is he doing ?
- Cofounder and Research Director of Oxford Wave Research Ltd , United Kingdom (2007-2010)
- Head of R&D at Griffcomm Ltd., United Kingdom (2007-2010)
- Research engineer at Clarifying Technologies Ltd., United Kingdom (2006-2007)
- Research assistant and doctoral student at the EPFL (2002-2005)
- Research assistant at the School of Forensic Science and Criminology, UNIL (2001-2002).
- Graduate student at the Graduate School in Computer Science at the Department D'Informatique at the EPFL (2000-2001).
- Associate software engineer at Veritas, in Pune, India (2000).
- Undergraduate student in Computer Science & Engineering, at the Indian Institute
of Technology, Madras (IIT Madras) (1996-2000).
Is that all ?
- You can read my geek code here, and you can decode it here.
- Here's what interests me on the web today in my bookmarks.
- My detailed CV is available on request
- Miles to go before I sleep
- If you are interested in my research, you are most welcome to take a look at
my publications, presentations and other odds and ends.
- Send me an email to anil '-dot-' alexander '-at-' gmail 'dot' com.
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