Georgina Brown

Lecturer in Forensic Linguistics

Research Overview

My research combines a number of subareas of speech science. I am mainly interested in forensic speech technology (accent recognition and speaker recognition systems) and how we can use phonetic and sociophonetic research to uncover the inner workings and potential of these technologies.

Segmental Content Effects on Text-dependent Automatic Accent Recognition
Brown, G. 26/06/2018
Conference contribution/Paper

Automatic Sociophonetics: Exploring corpora using a forensic accent recognition system
Brown, G., Wormald, J. 31/07/2017 In: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 142, 1, p. 422-433. 12 p.
Journal article

Exploring Forensic Accent Recognition using the Y-ACCDIST System
Brown, G. 1/12/2016
Conference contribution/Paper

Automatic Accent Recognition Systems and the Effects of Data on Performance
Brown, G. 21/06/2016
Conference contribution/Paper

Automatic recognition of geographically-proximate accents using content-controlled and content-mismatched speech data
Brown, G. 08/2015
Conference contribution/Paper