Michael S. Brandstein

Dr. Michael S. Brandstein is currently a senior member of the research staff in the Artificial Intelligence Technology and Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He is involved in signal processing for speech and multimedia applications. He was an assistant and associate professor of electrical engineering at Harvard University from 1996 to 2003. His work featured developments in source localization, microphone array design, time-delay estimation, multichannel speech enhancement, and acoustic and visual-based tracking.

Brandstein is a Fellow of the IEEE and a past chairman of the IEEE Signal Processing Society's Audio and Electroacoustics Technical Committee. He has served on the IEEE's Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee, Education Technical Committee, Technical Directions Committee, and Conference Board. He has been an associate editor for the IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing. 

Brandstein received his ScB degree from Brown University in 1988, an SM degree from MIT in 1990, and a PhD degree from Brown University in 1995, all in electrical engineering.