Harriet Nock

Research Fellow

University of Oxford Phonetics Laboratory
41 Wellington Square
University of Oxford
Oxford OX1 2JF
Tel: +44 1865 270446
E-mail: hjnworkAThotmailDOTcom (replace AT, DOT as appropriate)

I have now left the Phonetics Lab, where I worked on an Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded ICT Strategy Project entitled ICT Tools for Searching, Annotation and Analysis of Audiovisual Media, a joint knowledge-gathering project between Lancaster University and The University of Oxford.

Harriet Nock previously worked in the Audio-Visual Speech Technologies Group at the IBM TJ Watson Research Center, primarily on the Multimedia Mining Project (2001-2005). She holds a BA in Computer Science (1994), an MPhil in Computer Speech and Language Processing (1996) and a PhD in Information Engineering (2001), all from the University of Cambridge, UK. She has taken part in The Johns Hopkins University Summer Workshop Series both as a student and as a project proposer (1997, 2004) and has held Visiting Research Fellow positions at the Center for Language and Speech Processing at The Johns Hopkins University (1998) and at the Signal, Speech and Language Interpretation Lab at the University of Washington (2000-2001). Her research interests currently include automatic speech recognition, multimodal signal processing and multimodal information retrieval.