[Univ of Cambridge] [Dept of Engineering]

Do Yeong Kim [Korean]


Dr Kim received his MSc and PhD degree from Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST), Daejon, Korea, in 1993 and 1998, respectively, all in electrical engineering. In 1995, he joined Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Yong-in, Korea, as a member of research staff, there he was doing research and development of speech recognition software for cellular phones and personal computers. He also played a key role in planning and settling down a government funded project, HCI processor, that was arranged by the Ministry of Science and Technology in South Korea and dominantly performed by the SAIT. In 2001, he moved his position to the Venture Group, Samsung Electronics, Seoul, Korea, to launch a new company for speech recognition and text-to-speech software development and sales. He was one of co-founders in the company, HCILAB, and served as a technical director.

He was a research associate in the Machine Intelligence Lab (former SVR group), Engineering Department, Cambridge University, from 2002 to 2005 and working on English Broadcast News transcription system development, EARS project. Now he is with the VoiceSignal Technolgies, Inc.

Publications 

Thesis

International Journal

International Conference

Technical Report

Talk 

Domestic(Korean) Journal & Conference


Awards


Contact Information


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Last updated: Feb 27 2006

D.Y. Kim - dyk21@eng.cam.ac.uk