Human Language Technology

Rosa Gonzalez Hautamaki

Research Fellow


Personal Profile:

Rosa González Hautamäki received her Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Eastern Finland (UEF) in 2017. Her dissertation focused on automatic, acoustical and perceptual perspectives of deliberate voice modifications. From 2018-2020, she was a postdoctoral researcher in the Non-Collaborative Speaker Characterization (NOTCH) project with the Computational Speech Group at the UEF. Currently, she joins the HLT lab as part of her postdoctoral research project funded by Nokia Foundation, Finland. Her research interests include speaker recognition, speech analysis, auditory speaker comparison, and voice spoofing attacks. She has served as a referee for scientific journal publications and as a member of technical program committees for speech technology conferences and workshops


  • Characterization of within-speaker variability for speaker recognition

Research interests

  • Speech recognition
  • Auditory speaker comparison
  • Speech analysis
  • Voice spoofing attacks