Skyler Cranmer

My primary research interest is network science: the science of how interconnected units interact. Specifically, I develop statistical methodology for modeling complex networks.

Elizabeth (Betsy) Fox

I am interested in combining real-time neurobehavioral analysis for increased ability to predict cognitive state.  My dissertation research involves creating a cognitive-based, individualized measure of multi-tasking performance building on current theories of cognitive capacity and multiple

Kevie Bovaird

The Speech, Language, and Music (SLAM) lab studies the underlying neural connections between different aspects of music and speech. I'm particularly interested in the growing body of research centered around music cognition, especially neuroimaging-based studies.

 

Kevie Bovaird

The Speech, Language, and Music (SLAM) lab studies the underlying neural connections between different aspects of music and speech. I'm particularly interested in the growing body of research centered around music cognition, especially neuroimaging-based studies.

 

Yan Zhao

Yan Zhao's research focuses on single-channel noisy and reverberant speech enhancement using deep neural networks. The objective is to improve speech intelligibility and quality in adverse noisy and reverberant environments.

 

Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick

Dr. Knobloch-Westerwick’s research examines the selection, processing, and effects of mediated communication. A key thread in her work pertains to antecedents and consequences of selective exposure to mediated messages. Her publications include three books; the latest monograph came out in 2015.

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