Domain of Research: Spoken Language Processing, Language Modeling, Natural Language Processing, Speaker State Detection
Min Ma is a speech research engineer at Google Inc. She obtained her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Graduate Center, The City University of New York. Her research focuses on language model adaptation, automatic speech recognition, and spoken keyword search. She has also participated in a range of projects about speaker state detection, prosody analysis, natural language processing, with deep learning technique applied. Min served as an research intern at companies ranging from Educational Testing Service, IBM, Nuance, to Google. She has published papers in multiple top conferences of speech.