Dr. phil. habil. Hartmut Pfitzinger

Hartmut Pfitzinger founded Pfizinger Voice Design in 2011. The company is specialized in speech signal processing, which includes the recording of speech signals, speech analysis, language and speaker identification, speech manipulation, voice morphing and speech synthesis. Before 2011 Hartmut Pfitzinger has been a professor and head of the Institute of Phonetics and Digital Speech Processing at the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel.

Prof. Dr. Hermann J. Künzel

Hermann Künzel is a professor at the Institue of German language and literature studies of the Faculty of German Studies and History of the Arts at the Philipps University Marburg. He is leading the Department of Forensic Phonetics. Before his professorship he was leading the Department of Forensic Phonetics of the German Federal Office of Criminal Investigation.

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Udo Zölzer

Udo Zölzer is a professor and head of the Department of Signal Processing and Communications at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg. His research interests are audio and video signal processing and communication.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Jokisch

Oliver Jokisch is a professor at the Institute of Communications Engineering at the University of Telecommunication Leipzig (HfTL). His research focuses on speech learning systems, speech synthesis, automatic speech recognition, prosody and speech analysis, speech corpora and automatic annotation, and acoustic signal processing (sound analysis).