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