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Dr. Lin Wang

CV

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Nationality: China
Gender: Male
Birthday: 1981.12
Language: Chinese, English

EDUCATION BACKGROUND

2003.9-2010.5, Study for both Master and Ph.D. successively, Signal and Information Processing,
Dalian University of Technology, China

1999.9-2003.7, Bachelor, Electronic and Information Engineering, Tianjin University, China

WORKING EXPERIENCE

2011.8-present, Humboldt Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Oldenburg, Germany

2010.12-2011.6, Post doctor, Computational and Neural Systems Laboratory, Korea Advanced
Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

2010.6-2010.12, Senior algorithm engineer, Fortemedia Inc., Nanjing China

2008.10-2009.11, Visiting Scholar, Acoustics and Signal Processing, Institute for Microstructural
Sciences, National Research Council Canada

RESEARCH INTERESTS

3D audio, Blind source separation, Microphone Array,

Speech compression, Video Compression, DSP development,

Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition

MISCELLANEOUS

Leisure Activities: Traveling, Movie

AWARDS

2011 Humboldt Researcher Fellowship by Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, Germany

2010 BK21 Post-doctoral Fellowship by South Korea government

Nov. 2006, Champion of 2006 Analog Devices University Design Competition

July 2003, Graduation with Honor

PUBLICATIONS

1. Wang, L., Yin, F., and Chen, Z. (2012): An improved floating-to-fixed-point conversion scheme for DCT quantization algorithm. Journal of Signal Processing System. (Accepted, DOI 10.1007/s11265-011-0590-1).

2. Wang, L., Ding, H., and Yin, F. (2011): Target speech extraction in cocktail party by combining beamforming and blind source separation. Acoustics Australia. (Accepted)

3. Wang, L., Ding, H., and Yin, F. (2011): A region-growing permutation alignment approach in frequency-domain blind source separation of speech mixtures. IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing 19(3): 549-557.

4. Wang, L., Yin, F., and Chen, Z. (2010): A Stereo crosstalk cancellation system based on the common-acoustical pole/zero model. EURASIP Journal on Advanced Signal Processing. 2010 Article ID 797962: 1-11.

5. Wang, L., Ding, H., and Yin, F. (2010): An improved method for permutation correction in convolutive blind source separation. Archives of Acoustics. Archives of Acoustics 35(4): 493-504.

6. Wang, L., Ding, H., and Yin, F.: Combining superdirective beamforming and frequency-domain blind source separation for highly reverberant signals. EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing. 2010 (7): 1-13.

7. Wang, L., Yin, F., and Chen, Z. (2009): A hybrid compression method for head-related transfer functions. Applied Acoustics 70(9), 1212-1218.

8. Wang, L., Yin, F., and Chen, Z. (2009): Head-related transfer function interpolation through multivariate polynomial fitting of principal component weights. Acoustical Science and Technology 2009 (6), 395-403.

9. Wang, L., Ding, H., and Yin, F. (2009): Region-growing permutation alignment approach in frequency-domain blind source separation. Canadian Acoustics 2009 (3): 82-83.

10. Wang, L., Yin, F., and Chen, Z. (2008): HRTF compression via principal components analysis and vector quantization. IEICE Electronics Express 5(9), 321-325.

11. Wang, L., Yin, F., and Chen, Z. (2008): An indirect interpolation method for Head-Related Transfer Function pole-zero models. Acoustical Science and Technology 29(5), 329-331.

 

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