Dr Andrew Hines

School of Computing
DIT Kevin Street,
Dublin 8

Room KE-G-026A
 
T: 402 4966
E: andrew.hines (at) dit (dot) ie

Research

Dr Andrew Hines is a lecturer in the School of Computing at Dublin Institute of Technology and an adjunct assistant professor at Trinity College Dublin.

Dr Hines’ research interests are in speech, audio and video signal processing.  His PhD focused on speech and hearing technology where he developed a metric for predicting speech intelligibility for people with hearing impairments.

He has collaborated with Google, Inc. on research co-funded by Enterprise Ireland to develop metrics to estimate speech and audio quality for Voice over IP (VoIP).

Dr Hines represented Ireland on the management committee of Qualinet, an FP7 European COST Action, where he led a task force focused on using machine learning to develop Quality of Experience (QoE) models. He also represents Ireland on COST action 1304: CryptoAction.

Outside of academia, Dr Hines spent a decade working in industry as director of engineering for software development companies in the airline and finance industries.

He is a funded investigator in the SFI CONNECT research centre where and has collaborated with Google since 2012 developing quality metrics for evaluating speech and audio quality.

His publications are available on Google Scholar and on ARROW.

Teaching

2016
DT249/MSc Speech and Audio Processing
DT265 Object Oriented Programming
MSc in Computing Case Studies in Computing

2015
DT265 Object Oriented Programming
MSc in Computing Case Studies in Computing

All information for students is available on WebCourses.

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