Tasha Nagamine

Ph.D. student at Columbia University

tasha.nagamine@columbia.edu
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I am a Ph.D. student at Columbia University working with Professor Nima Mesgarani. My research interests include the neural processing of speech and language, and potential applications to speech processing systems through biologically-inspired deep neural network models.

Education

Columbia University

Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering (2015-present)

M.S. in Electrical Engineering (2014-2015)

Brown University

B.S. in Physics (2009-2013)

Publications

Tasha Nagamine, Zhuo Chen, and Nima Mesgarani, "Adaptation of neural networks constrained by prior statistics of node co-activations," in Proc. Interspeech, San Francisco,

Tasha Nagamine, Michael L. Seltzer, and Nima Mesgarani, "On the Role Nonlinear Transformations in Deep Neural Network Acoustic Models," in Proc. Interspeech, San Francisco,

Okko Rasanen, Tasha Nagamine, and Nima Mesgarani, in 38th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia,

Tasha Nagamine, Michael L. Seltzer, and Nima Mesgarani, in Proc. Interspeech, Dresden,

Poster Presentations

Tasha Nagamine, Michael L. Seltzer, and Nima Mesgarani. “On the Formation of Phoneme Categories in Neural Network Models,” poster presented at Computational and Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, Utah, 2016.

Tasha Nagamine, Michael L. Seltzer, and Nima Mesgarani. “On the Formation of Phoneme Categories in DNN Acoustic Models,” poster presented at Speech and Audio in the Northeast (SANE), New York, New York, 2015.