Mark A. Hasegawa-Johnson

Mark Hasegawa-Johnson

Hi, I’m Mark. Welcome to my web page.

I am a William L. Everitt Faculty Scholar of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. My research interests include signal generation from perceptual latent spaces, audio source separation using deep recurrent neural networks, zero-shot voice conversion using separable representations of pitch, rhythm, content & timbre, and acoustic modeling of dysarthria for universally accessible speech technology.

For more information about my research, including complete and reasonably up-to-date lists of projects, publications, databases and press coverage, please see the web page of my research group, the Statistical Speech Technology group.. If you prefer, you can also download my CV.

If you’d like to contact me, please look up my name in the University of Illinois Campus Directory.

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