Signal Processing for Communication Understanding and Behavior Analysis Laboratory (SCUBA)Established in 2013 by Professor Panayiotis Georgiou, SCUBA focuses on conducting both theoretical and applied research in human centered information processing using signal processing and machine learning methods. The goal of our effort is to employ and advance intuitive and mathematically-principled signal representations and engineering models for describing human behavior.
- Nov. 2018 Congratulations to Sandeep for Best Poster at MHI Research Festival
- Oct. 2018 One papers was presented at ICMI 2018
- Aug 2018 We welcome new student Rimita Lahiri in joining our lab
- Jun. 2018 Four papers are accepted to Interspeech 2018
- Jan. 2018 Three papers are accepted to ICASSP 2018
- Nov. 2017 Nasir's work is honorably mentioned at the MHI Research Festival
- Oct. 2017 Our work on couples outcomes is featured in the media.
- Sep. 2017 Our work is accepted as a journal to PLOS ONE. Congratulations!
- Aug. 2017 Four papers are presented at Interspeech 2017
- Training Sparse Neural Networks with Co-Designed Hardware Accelerators
- USC Behavioral Informatics Center
- DeepRASD: Deep learning for Robust and Adaptive Speaker Detection
- Implementation of technology-based evaluation of Motivational Interviewing
- Technologies for Assessing Behavioral and Cognitive Markers of Suicide Risk
- Quantitative Observational Practice in Family Studies