Ming Li
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke Kunshan University

Ming Li received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California in 2013. He is currently an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Division of Natural and Applied Science and Principal Research Scientist at Data Science Research Center at Duke Kunshan University. He is also a Research Scholar at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Duke University and an Adjunct Professor at School of Computer Science of Wuhan University. His research interests are in the areas of audio, speech and language processing as well as multimodal behavior signal analysis and interpretation. He has published more than 140 papers and served as the member of IEEE speech and language technical committee, CCF speech dialogue and auditory processing technical committee, CAAI affective intelligence technical committee, APSIPA speech and language processing technical committee. He was the area chair of speaker and language recognition at Interspeech 2016, Interspeech 2018, Interspeech 2020, SLT2022. He is the technical program co-chair at Odyssey 2022 and ASRU 2023. He is an editorial member of Computer Speech and Language and APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing. Works co-authored with his colleagues have won first prize awards at Interspeech Computational Paralinguistic Challenge 2011, 2012 and 2019, ASRU 2019 MGB-5 ADI challenge, Interspeech 2020 and 2021 fearless steps challenge, VoxSRC 2021 and 2022 challenge, ASVspoof21 challenge and ICASSP22 M2Met challenge. He received the IBM faculty award in 2016, the ISCA Computer Speech and Language best journal paper award in 2018 and the youth achievement award of outstanding achievements of scientific research in higher education in 2020.

Current Research Interests

speech and language processing, multimodal behavior signal processing, affective computing


Current Appointments & Affiliations

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