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The curious engineer: applying applied mathematics

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  • UserDr Paul Brittan, L-3 TRL Communications Ltd.
  • ClockThursday 23 January 2014, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseMR2.

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Over the past 25 years I have been lucky enough to work on a host of fascinating technologies, from biometric verification techniques, to speech recognition, image processing, and most recently, advanced mathematical modelling applied to signal detection and classification.

In this presentation, I will reflect on a number of overlapping mathematical themes and their real-world application.

Speaker Biography: Dr Paul St John Brittan is a Principal Consultant and subject matter expert at L3 TRL specialising in the exploitation of structure, however obscure, to detect, classify, and utilise features of interest. Prior to joining L3 TRL , Paul worked at Infinitive Speech Systems, developing a framework for spoken dialogue systems; held the position of visiting academic at MIT , working on multi-modal data fusion; and spent seven years at HP Research Laboratories as a senior research engineer. In 1992 Paul received a PhD from the University of Kent for research into the distribution of statistical classification techniques over parallel processors.

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