Photograph of Philip Weber

Role: Research Fellow (in EESE)
Qualifications: PhD MSc (Distinction) BSc (Hons) MBCS CITP

Phone: (+44 (0)121 414 2825)
Room: 422 (G8 Gisbert Kapp Building)

Me: I am now a research fellow in Automatic Speech Recognition in the School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering at The University of Birmingham. See my new staff profile and project information for the Speech Recognition by Synthesis (SRbS) project.

My Ph.D. thesis "A Framework for the Analysis and Comparison of Process Mining Algorithms" was supervised by Dr. Behzad Bordbar and Dr. Peter Tiňo. The other members of my Thesis Group are Dr. Steve Vickers and Dr. Ata Kabán. My thesis research was funded by the School of Computer Science (EPSRC).

Previously I worked in industry as a UNIX and storage systems administrator, systems engineer, systems integrator, analyst programmer,...

Recent Updates:

01 June 2015: Three paper(s) accepted to Interspeech 2015! (One as main author, two as co-author.) Continuous-State Hidden Markov Models for recognition of spoken consonants, and Neural Network bottleneck features for speech recognition.

I am trying to keep this page uncluttered. More information on the More About Me page.

My nascent academic CV may be found here, and my employment CV here.