Computational and machine learning model of the ear

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My lab in the Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences studies hearing and hearing loss in children. I am looking for a student interested in working on machine learning and/or computational models of the ear. I am particularly interested in undergraduate students with a background in electrical engineering (signal processing) or biomedical engineering. The student should be proficient in Python, MATLAB, and other programs such as Shell scripts. This is a paid work available for multiple semesters for the right candidate. Please email your interest and CV to


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