I am a researcher and PhD student in NetMedia's audio processing group at Fraunhofer IAIS. My focus is on speech processing for multimedia archives, especially speaker recognition. My PhD supervisor is Andreas Rauber, Vienna University of Technology.
- 2007 Dipl. Ing. (Master's) degree in Computer Science (Intelligent Systems) at the Music Information Retrieval Group, Vienna University of Technology
- 2004 Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Georg Simon Ohm University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg
- 2002/2003 Visiting year at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Baum, D. (2009): Topic-based Speaker Recognition for German Parliamentary Speeches, IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop 2009 (ASRU '09)
Baum, D., Samlowski, B., Winkler, T., Bardeli, R., Schneider (2009): DiSCo - a speaker and speech recognition evaluation corpus for challenging problems in the broadcast domain,
Proceedings of the GSCL Symposium 'Sprachtechnologie und eHumanities' 2009