Jing CHEN   English version

 

    Research Professor

Ph.D Supervisor

 

    Auditory information processing

    Department of Machine Intelligence

    Room 2228, Science Building 2, Peking University

    Phone: +86 (10) 62756824

                                            Email: chenj@cis.pku.edu.cn

 

 

Jing received her Ph.D degree from Peking University in signal and information processing in 2009. She worked as a Newton International Fellow, and a research associate with Prof. Brian Moore at the hearing laboratory of Department of Experimental Psychology of University of Cambridge, UK, in 2009-2012. She was a research fellow of Wolfson College at University of Cambridge, UK. She joined Department of Machine Intelligence of Peking University as a research professor in 2013.

 

Research Topic

 

Auditory mechanisms for speech perception

Auditory computational models for evaluating speech intelligibility and speech quality

Signal processing strategies for hearing aids

Signal processing strategies for cochlear implants

 

Selective Publication

 

1.        Chen, J., Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2013) “Effect of spectral change enhancement for the hearing impaired using parameter values with a genetic algorithm,” Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 133(5), 2910-2920.

2.        Chen, J., Moore, B. C. J. (2013) “Effect of individually tailored spectral change enhancement on speech intelligibility and quality for hearing-impaired listeners”, in Proceedings ofICASSP 2013, Vancouver,Canada, May 2013.

3.        Chen, J., Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2012) “Effect of enhancement of spectral changes on speech intelligibility for the hearing impaired,” Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 131(4), 2987-2998.

4.        Chen, J., Li, H.H., Li, L., Moore, B.C.J., Wu, X-H. (2012), “Informational masking of speech produced by speech-like sounds without linguistic content,” Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 131(4), 2914-2926.

5.        Wu X.H., Chen J. (2012), “A computational model for assessment of speech intelligibility in informational masking,” Frontiers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 7(1), 107-115.

6.        Wu, X.H., Yang, Z.G., Huang, Y., Chen, J., Li, L., Daneman, M., Schneider, B.A. (2011), “Cross-language differences in informational masking of speech by speech: English versus Mandarin Chinese,”Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54(6), 1506-1524.

7.        Chen, J., Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2010), “Effects of enhancement of spectral changes on speech quality and subjective speech intelligibility,” in Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2010, pp. 1640-1643, Tokyo, Japan, October 2010.

8.        Chen, J., Wu, X.H., Li, L., Chi, H.S. (2009), “Simulated phase-locking stimulation: an improved speech processing strategy for cochlear implant,” ORL: Journal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and its Related Specialties, 71, 221-227.

9.        Yang, Z.G., Chen, J., Wu, X.H., Wu, Y.H., Schneider, B.A., Li, L. (2007), “The effect of voice cuing on releasing Chinese speech from informational masking,” SpeechCommunication. 49, 892-904.

 

 

 

 


 

陈 婧       (陈婧)中文版

 

研究员 (北京大学百人计划)

博士生导师

 

信息科学技术学院智能科学系

北京大学理科2号楼2228

电话:+86(10) 62756824

 E-mail: chenj@cis.pku.edu.cn

 

 

陈婧于2009年获北京大学智能科学系信号与信息处理专业博士学位,导师为迟惠生教授和吴玺宏教授。2009年到2012年,她在英国剑桥大学从事博士后研究,合作导师为Brian Moore教授。期间,曾任英国皇家学会及英国皇家工程学会联合授予的牛顿国际学者,以及剑桥大学沃弗森学院(WolfsonCollegeResearch Fellow。她于2013年加入北京大学智能科学系,任百人计划研究员。

 

主要研究内容

 

言语识别的听觉加工机制

言语可懂度及言语质量的评价方法

助听器及人工耳蜗的信号处理策略

 

代表性论文

 

1.      Chen, J., Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2013) “Effect of spectral change enhancement for the hearing impaired using parameter values with a genetic algorithm,” Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 133(5), 2910-2920.

2.      Chen, J., Moore, B. C. J. (2013) “Effect of individually tailored spectral change enhancement on speech intelligibility and quality for hearing-impaired listeners”, in Proceedings ofICASSP 2013, Vancouver,Canada, May 2013.

3.      Chen, J., Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2012) “Effect of enhancement of spectral changes on speech intelligibility for the hearing impaired,” Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 131(4), 2987-2998.

4.      Chen, J., Li, H.H., Li, L., Moore, B.C.J., Wu, X-H. (2012), “Informational masking of speech produced by speech-like sounds without linguistic content,” Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 131(4), 2914-2926.

5.      Wu X.H., Chen J. (2012), “A computational model for assessment of speech intelligibility in informational masking,” Frontiers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 7(1), 107-115.

6.      Wu, X.H., Yang, Z.G., Huang, Y., Chen, J., Li, L., Daneman, M., Schneider, B.A. (2011), “Cross-language differences in informational masking of speech by speech: English versus Mandarin Chinese,”Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54(6), 1506-1524.

7.      Chen, J., Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2010), “Effects of enhancement of spectral changes on speech quality and subjective speech intelligibility,” in Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2010, pp. 1640-1643, Tokyo, Japan, October 2010.

8.      Chen, J., Wu, X.H., Li, L., Chi, H.S. (2009), “Simulated phase-locking stimulation: an improved speech processing strategy for cochlear implant,” ORL: Journal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and its Related Specialties, 71, 221-227.

9.      Yang, Z.G., Chen, J., Wu, X.H., Wu, Y.H., Schneider, B.A., Li, L. (2007), “The effect of voice cuing on releasing Chinese speech from informational masking,” SpeechCommunication. 49, 892-904.