Dr Amelia Gully joins Oxford Wave Research team!
Amelia’s research to date has focused on the anatomical bases of speaker identity, and particularly how individual differences in vocal tract shape affect the speech signal. For this work she was awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship. She holds a PhD in Electronic Engineering and an MSc in Digital Signal Processing, both from the University of York, as well as a BSc (Hons) in Audio Technology from the University of Salford.
“I am delighted to be joining the team at Oxford Wave Research, where I can put my acoustics and signal processing experience to work addressing real problems for customers, and contribute to exciting technological developments in the field of audio forensics.”
Dr Amelia Gully
“I am excited to welcome Amelia to OWR – with her expertise in acoustics and signal processing, and enthusiasm for all-things audio, she will be a valuable addition to the research team!” Dr Finnian Kelly, Principal Research ScientistAmelia joins us remotely from York where she lives with her partner and two rescue dogs. When not engaged in audio and speech research, she can be found playing video games or pottering around on her allotment.