[Elsnet-list] Job Ad: TTS Research Engineer, Cambridge, England
kate.knill at crl.toshiba.co.uk
Wed Feb 14 08:23:33 CET 2007
Text-to-Speech Synthesis Research Engineer
Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, Cambridge Research Lab (CRL) are
looking for a research engineer for our TTS R&D. The successful
candidate will contribute to the design and implementation of
text-to-speech synthesis systems for North American and European
Candidates who have research experience of HMM-based synthesis are
particularly encouraged to apply.
PhD in a relevant subject or equivalent industry experience
Good background in TTS especially HMM based synthesis and/or prosody
Good knowledge of pattern processing and statistical techniques
Good software skills in C, Perl/Python and Linux
Experience of working in a team
Good English and communication skills
Good knowledge of signal processing
Industrial coding experience
International publications in the field
Knowledge of more than one major European language
The CRL Speech Technology Group is a multinational team of dynamic
individuals. Established in 2002, we play a significant role in developing
Toshiba's embedded speech recognition and synthesis capabilities. Work done
within the group contributes to Toshiba's core speech technology and support
of European and American languages. We collaborate with Toshiba RDC in
Toshiba China and the University of Cambridge.
An attractive salary and benefit package will be offered.
Applicants should send a CV, the names and addresses of three referees
and a covering letter to: stg-jobs at crl.toshiba.co.uk Questions or requests
for further details can be sent to Kate Knill at the same email address.
Closing date for applications: 21 February 2007
Dr Kate Knill, Group Leader, Speech Technology Group,
Cambridge Research Laboratory, Toshiba Research Europe Limited
St George House, 1 Guildhall St
Cambridge, CB2 3NH, UK.
This e-mail has been scanned for viruses by Verizon Business Internet Managed Scanning Services - powered by MessageLabs. For further information visit http://www.mci.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Elsnet-list