About me

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the SpandH group of the University of Sheffield. My current research focuses on speech restoration after disease or trauma using machine learning and signal processing.

Research interests

  • Clinical applications of speech technology.
  • Automatic speech recognition.
  • Machine learning.
  • Speech processing.

Recent publications

  • Gilbert, J.M.; Gonzalez, J.A.; Cheah, L.A.; Ell, S.R.; Green, P.D.; Moore, R.K.; and Holdsworth, E., “Restoring speech following total removal of the larynx by a learned transformation from sensor data to acoustics,” JASA Express Letters, 141(3), EL3017 (PDF).
  • Gonzalez, J.A.; Gomez, A.M.; Peinado, A.M.; Ma, N.; and Barker, J.P., “Spectral reconstruction and noise model estimation based on a masking model for noise-robust speech recognition,” Accepted at Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing (PDF).
  • Gonzalez, J.A.; Cheah, L.; Bai, J.; Ell, S.; Gilbert, J.M.; Green, P.; and Moore, R.K., “A silent speech system based on permanent magnet articulography and direct synthesis,” Computer Speech and Language, 39:67-87, September 2016 (PDF).
  • Gonzalez, J.A.; Cheah, L.; Bai, J.; Ell, S.; Gilbert, J.; Moore, R.K.; and Green, P., “Analysis of phonetic similarity in a silent speech interface based on permanent magnetic articulography,” Proc. Interspeech 2014, Singapore (PDF).
  • Gonzalez, J.A., “Noise robust speech recognition with missing or uncertain data (in Spanish),” Ph.D. thesis, University of Granada, Spain, 2013 (PDF).
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