Dr Christine Evers
Christine Evers is a Lecturer (Assistant Prof. equivalent) in Computer Science. Her research focuses on Bayesian learning for machine listening. Her research is on the intersection of robotics, machine learning, statistical signal processing, and acoustics.
Prior to joining the University of Southampton, Christine was the recipient of an EPSRC Fellowship to advance her work on "Acoustic Signal Processing and Scene Analysis for Socially Assistive Robots", hosted at Imperial College London. Her fellowship followed positions as a research associate on the FP7 project "Embodied Audition for Robots" at Imperial College between 2014-2016; as a senior systems engineer at Selex Electronic Systems, Edinburgh, between 2010-2014; and as a research fellow at the University of Edinburgh between 2009-2010. Christine received her PhD from the University of Edinburgh, UK, in 2010; her MSc degree in Signal Processing and Communications from the University of Edinburgh in 2006; and her BSc degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Jacobs University, Germany in 2005.
Christine is currently member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Committee on Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing and serves as an associate editor of the EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing.