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QUT Ecoacoustics

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The QUT Ecoacoustics research group is led by Professor Paul Roe. The lab investigates the use of acoustic sensing technology for monitoring the environment.

Key areas of research include:

- Automated and semi-automated acoustic data analysis methods, including:
    - Creating recognisers for rare, endangered or invasive species
    - Content-based similarity search
    - Smart sampling of audio to assist species richness surveys
- Novel applications of acoustic sensing to biodiversity monitoring
- Invasive species monitoring
- Rare and endangered species monitoring
- Navigation and visualisation of long duration acoustic recordings

Our acoustic workbench software, currently running at www.ecosounds.org, provides management, visualisation, and analysis services for large amounts of environmental audio data.

Research areas

Artificial intelligence and image processing
Pattern recognition and data mining
Ecological applications
Computer science
Biological sciences
Information systems
Information and computing sciences

Related information


Has association with
Jason Wimmer  (Researcher)
Jie Xie  (Researcher)
Liang Zhang   (Researcher)
Mark Vandeberg   (Researcher)
Meriem Ferroudj   (Researcher)
Paul Roe  (Researcher)
Phil Eichinski  (Researcher)
Xueyan Dong   (Researcher)
Has member
Dr Anthony Truskinger   (Researcher)
Dr Michael Towsey  (Researcher)
Jinglan Zhang  (Researcher)
Mark Cottman-Fields  (Researcher)
Paul Roe  (Researcher)
Is member of
Ecosounds  (Repository)


Name: Paul Roe


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