Alexander Sorin is a research staff member of the Speech Technologies group at IBM Haifa Research Lab. Since joining IBM in 1988 and by 2000 he worked on document imaging and optical character recognition. Since 2000 Alexander worked on numerous reserach project in the area of speech processing.
Currently he is leading a team of researchers developing methods of voice transformation in text-to-speech synthesis systems. Alexander’s past research includes speech recognition, voice-based emotion recognition, identifying vocal biomarkers of dementia, spoken information retrieval and its use as memory aids for elderly people.
Alexander is an author of numerous technical publications and patented inventions.