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From: \&quot;Mike Johnson\&quot; &lt; <>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 13:44:52 -0700
 Subject: Research Assistantship Opportunities
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 Research Assistantships at Marquette University
 Speech and Signal Processing Lab, Department of Electrical and Computer
 Graduate Research Assistantships are currently available with The Dr.
 Dolittle Project in the Speech and Signal Processing lab at Marquette
 University. The fundamental goal of this research project is to develop a
 broadly useable framework for pattern analysis and classification of
 animal vocalizations, by integrating successful models and ideas from the
 field of speech processing and recognition into bioacoustics. Tasks
 include automatic vocalization classification and labeling, individual
 identification, call type classification, behavioral vocalization
 correlations, language acquisition, and seismic infrasonic communication.
  Species being targeted for study include domestic and agricultural
 animals, marine mammals, and several endangered species, in collaboration
 with researchers at a number of other institutions.
 Compensation includes tuition reimbursement as well as a monthly stipend
 of  $1400 per month. Candidates should have a Bachelors or Masters degree
 in a discipline related to speech and signal processing or 
 The Speech and Signal Processing lab is associated with the Department of
 Electrical and Computer Engineering at Marquette University, located in
 Milwaukee, WI. Interested individuals should send an e-mail to:
 Dr. Mike Johnson
 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
 Marquette University
 Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
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 (414) 288-0631
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