Naveen Desiraju

Naveen Desiraju
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Main area of research
Speech enhancement

Naveen Desiraju is a PhD Researcher at Nuance Communications, Ulm. His research interest is in the area of speech enhancement. He is currently registered as a PhD student at the University of Oldenburg, Germany. He is working as an Early Stage Researcher on a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) fellowship in the DREAMS*-Initial Training Network of the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme. The topic of his research is Multi-Channel Joint Dereverberation and Acoustic Echo Cancellation. He is being supervised by Tobias Wolff in the Acoustic Speech Enhancement Team at Nuance Communications Deutschland GmbH in Ulm, Germany. As part of the DREAMS-ITN, he will also be working as a visiting researcher in the Signal Processing Group at the Carl on Osseitzsky University of Oldenburg, Germany under the supervision of Prof. Simon Doclo, and in the Department of Electronic Systems at Aalborg University, Denmark under the supervision of Prof. Søren Holdt Jensen. *DREAMS - Dereverberation and REverberation of Audio, Music and Speech

Selected articles

Efficient multi-channel acoustic echo cancellation using constrained sparse filter updates in the subband domain

In this paper we present constrained sparse tap-selection schemes for updating Multi-Channel Acoustic Echo Can­cellation (MAEC) filters in the subband domain. We per­form M-Max tap-selection

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