Bashar Rajoub



University of Liverpool

A bit about Bashar Rajoub

I gained my BSc in Communications Engineering from the Hijjawi Faculty of Engineering Technology, Yarmouk University, Jordan in 1999. In 2007, I completed my PhD at the General Engineering Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University, UK. I worked at the Vision Graphics and Visualization Group at Aberystwyth University before joining the Centre for Applied Digital Signal and Image Processing at the University of Central Lancashire. I am now based at the University of Liverpool, working on modelling child language acquisition using deep learning. My research interests include thermal imaging, biomedical engineering, digital signal/image processing, nondestructive testing, computer vision and machine learning.

My role in LuCiD

I work on one of LuCiD's technology projects, The Language Researcher's Toolkit. Our aim is to create an open access software that researchers can use to analyse speech more easily.