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Prof. Hui Jiang

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Hui Jiang
iFLYTEK Endowed Professor, Ph.D., P.Eng.
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, York University
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3, CANADA
Office: LAS 3014
Tel: (416) 736-2100 x33346
Fax: (416) 736-5872
Email: username AT domain DOT yorku DOT ca
(username: hj; domain: cse)

Research

I am currently working on various topics related to neural models for machine learning, speech and language processing, and computer vision. We are located at the iNCML Lab (LAS2054). If you are interested in doing research with me, please email me at the above address.

check for my research interests and recent projects

News

Invited Talks

  • December 2016, “A New General Deep Learning Approach for Natural Language Processing ”, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. (Invited and hosted by Prof. Ting Liu) (slides)
  • August 2015, “A New Framework to Learn Neural Networks: Hybrid Orthogonal Projection and Estimation (HOPE)”, Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, China. (Invited and hosted by Dr. Qiang Huo) (slides)
  • November 2013, “Why Deep Neural Network Works for Speech Recognition?” Deptartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ryerson University. (Invited and hosted by Prof. Xiao-Ping Zhang) (slides)
  • October 2013, “Why DNN Works for Speech and How to Make it More Efficient?” IBM Waston Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York. (Invited and hosted by Dr. Xiaodong Cui) (slides)
  • February 2013, “Why DNN Works for Acoustic Modeling in Speech Recognition?” Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto. (Invited and hosted by Prof. Gerald Penn) (slides)

Teaching

My teaching is here

Student Supervision

My supervised post-doc and graduate students are here.

Last modified:
2018/01/10 11:05