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speech and computational scientist

Eric Keller, Swiss speech and computational scientist. Province of Ontario graduate fellow, 1971-1974, University Toronto doctoral fellow, 1974, Canada Medical Research Council postdoctoral fellow, 1976-1978; grantee FCAR, Government of Quebec Education Ministry, 1980-1987, 89-92, National Science and Engineering Council Government of Canada, 1982-1984, 85-89, many others.


Keller, Eric was born on March 26, 1945 in Basel, Switzerland. Son of Hans-Erich Keller and Ursula Ritter.


Bachelor in English language and literature, University Utrecht, Netherlands, 1966. Master of Arts in Linguistics, University Toronto, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics, University Toronto, 1975.

Postgraduate, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 1986.


Lecturer University Toronto, 1972-1974. Professor University Québec à Montreal, since 1978. Professor computer science for the humanities University Lausanne (Switzerland), 1978-1991.

Lecturer adult language disorders McGill University of Canberra, lecturer psycholinguistics University Montreal, 1980. Guest professor acoustic phonetics, linguistics Paris VII, 1991, guest professor speech recognition Laboratoire d'Electromagnétisme et Acoustique, department d'électricité École Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne, Switzerland. Guest lecturer speech production Romance linguistics University Zürich (Switzerland), 1991l.

Developer, president InfoSignal Inc., Neuchatel, Switzerland, since 1989.


Member Acoustical Society of America, American Psychological Association (associate), Behavioral and Brain Sciences (nominated associate), Groupe des acousticiens de langue française, International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association (vice president since 1991).


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: private piloting.


Married Michelle Dumont, November 25, 1989.

Hans-Erich Keller

Ursula Ritter

Michelle Dumont