Joseph P. Campbell has/had a position (Senior Scientist Biometrics) at National Security Agency

Title Senior Scientist Biometrics
Start Date 1991-00-00
End Date 1998-00-00
Notes (U//FOUO) Jo~eph Paul Campbell, Jr., was born in Oneonta. New York, on December 20, 19~6. He received a BSEE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1979, an MSEE from The Johns Hopkins University in 1986, and a Ph.D. in electrical enginee~ing from Oklahoma State University in 1992. He has been employed by ยทยท the National Security Agency since 1979. From 1979 +o 1990, he was a member of !the Narrowband Secure Voice Technology research group. His team developed 1t'e first software modem and LPC-10e, which enhanced the Federal Stan~ard 11015 voice coder and improved US and NATO secure voice systems. He led thej U.S. government's speech coding team in the development of th~ CELP voice coder, which became Federal Standard 1016 and is the foundation of digital cellLlar and voice over the Internet telephony systems. From 1991 to 1998, he was ~senior scientist in NSA's Biometric Technology research group where he led voice verification research and chaired the Biometric Consortium (; the U.S. government's focal point for research, development, test, evaluation, and application ~f biometric-based personal identification/verificarion ' technology. From 1991 ~o 1999, he was on associate edi - tor of the IEEE rransactions on Speech and Audio Processing . (U//FOUO) Dr. Campbell currently is a M~er Engineer in NSA's Speech . Research branchj and leads the, Acoustics Section; is a coeditor of Digital Signal Processing: A Review Journal (http://www. academicpress .com/dsp); teaches speec,h processing at The Johns Hopkins University (http://www. apl.jhu .edu/Classes/Notes/Campbell/); 2001 IEEE Distinguished Lecturer; chairs the Ellicott Mills Middle School PTA Technology Team; is a member of Sigma Xi: and is a senior member of the IEEE and the Acoustical Society of America. From 1991 to 1998, Dr. Campbell was a senior scientist in the NSA Biometric Technology Research Group and led voice verification research. From 1994 to 1998, he chaired the Biometric Consortium (known today as FedID, the AFCEA Federal ID Forum and Expo), the U.S. government's focal point for research, development, test, evaluation, and application of biometric-based personal identification and verification technology. From 1998 to 2001, he led the Acoustics Section of the NSA's Speech Research Branch, conducting and coordinating research on and evaluation of speaker recognition, language identification, gender identification, and speech activity detection methods. From 1991 to 2001, Dr. Campbell taught speech processing at Johns Hopkins University.
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