Nicolas Malyska

Nicolas MalyskaNicolas Malyska
Lincoln Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Human Language Technology Group
244 Wood Street
Lexington, MA 02420-9108
email: nmalyska@ll.mit.edu

 

Dr. Nicolas Malyska is an assistant leader in the Human Language Technology (HLT) Group and is responsible for the research and development of signal processing methods applied to multi-modal data exploitation. He also manages the group’s work in foreign-language technologies for cross-language information retrieval and language learning.

Dr. Malyska worked at Lincoln Laboratory as an MIT graduate student in 2002 and joined the staff in December 2007, following the completion of his dissertation. His current focus is on the analysis of characteristic voice qualities with application to automatic speaker, dialect, and language recognition problems, as well as the analysis of cognitive state for biomedical applications. Prior to joining MIT, he worked as a graduate intern for Intel Corporation as part of the Flash Capabilities Group. He is a member of Eta Kappa Nu.

He received a BS degree (summa cum laude) in both computer engineering and electrical engineering from the University of Florida in 2000, an SM degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT in 2004, and a PhD degree in health sciences and technology from MIT in 2008.

 

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