I am Yi-Te Hsu, currently an M.S. Computer Science student at Johns Hopkins University. Before coming to JHU, I was a research assistant at Academia Sinica conducting research on speech processing with Dr. Yu Tsao. I mainly focused on model compression and acceleration for deep neural networks.
I also collaborated with Prof. Frank Rudzicz at University of Toronto (UofT) and Vector Institute as a visiting researcher. I worked on healthcare projects for detecting pathological voice and identifying Alzheimer’s disease.
My interests include speech processing, AI and ML. I am excited about applying these techniques to solving the real-world problems.
I am looking for 2020 summer internships!
MS in Computer Science, 2019-
Johns Hopkins University
Visiting Student Researcher, 2018
University of Toronto
BSc in Electrical Engineering, 2017
National Taiwan University