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Isabel Trancoso

Isabel Trancoso received the Licenciado, Mestre, Doutor and Agregado degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal, in 1979, 1984, 1987 and 2002, respectively. She has been a lecturer at this University since 1979, having coordinated the EEC course for 6 years. She is currently a Full Professor, teaching speech processing courses. She is also a senior researcher at INESC ID Lisbon, having launched the speech processing group, now restructured as L2F, in 1990. Her first research topic was medium-to-low bit rate speech coding. From October 1984 through June 1985, she worked on this topic at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey. Her current scope is much broader, encompassing many areas in speech recognition and synthesis, with a special emphasis on tools and resources for the Portuguese language. She was a member of the ISCA (International Speech Communication Association) Board (1993-1998), the IEEE Speech Technical Committee (since 1999) and the Permanent Council for the Organization of the International Conferences on Spoken Language Processing (since 1998). She was elected Editor in Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing (2003-2005), Member-at-Large of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Board of Governors (2006-2008), Vice-President of ISCA (2005-2007) and President of ISCA (since 2007). She chaired the Organizing Committee of the INTERSPEECH'2005 Conference that took place in September 2005, in Lisbon.

Research Interests

  • Spoken Language Processing
  • Speech Recognition, Synthesis and Coding

Teaching Activities (at IST)

  • Graduate Course: Speech Processing
  • Undergraduate Course: Programming
  • Former Coordinator of EEC Course

Editorial Activities

Conference Organization

Other Activities

Ongoing Projects

  • I-DASH
  • POSTPORT (POrting Speech Technologies to other varieties of Portuguese)
  • COST 2102 (Cross-Modal Analysis of Verbal and Non-verbal Communication)