Amelia Gully is a Lecturer in Speech Science in the Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York. Her research investigates how differences in the vocal anatomy affect the unique sound of a talker's voice. Her work incorporates acoustics, signal processing, mophometrics, medical imaging and perceptual studies.
Investigating inter-speaker vocal tract variation for forensic speaker comparison
MRI, electromagnetic artogulograph, and ultrasound
with the Digital Waveguide Mesh
Source, filter, biometric
Other voice and signal processing projects
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