Willy Wong

Willy Wong

Willy Wong | Associate Professor
BSc (Toronto), MSc (Toronto), PhD (Toronto)

Main Appointments

  • Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Additional Appointments

  • Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Contact Information

Office: D. L. Pratt Building (PT), 6 King’s College Road, Room 484E

+1 416 978-8734 (office)
willy.wong@utoronto.ca (email)

Research Themes

Research interests

My interest is in human and machine perception with emphasis on problems related to pattern recognition, signal processing and modelling. I focus on the development of intelligent algorithms and interface design. My work lies at the intersection of biomedical, computer and communications engineering. Students working in my group typically have an interdisciplinary approach with interests in signal processing, algorithm design, modelling and psychology.

Keywords: vision, hearing, speech, information theory, time-frequency analysis, pattern analysis, multimodal fusion

Select Publications

Gaze Patterns and Audiovisual Speech Enhancement.Yi A, Wong W, Eizenman M. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2012 Dec 28.

Noise exposure of musicians of a ballet orchestra. Qian CL, Behar A, Wong W. Noise Health. 2011 Jan-Feb. 13(50):59-63.

Computational prediction of intronic microRNA targets using host gene expression reveals novel regulatory mechanisms. Radfar MH, Wong W, Morris Q. PLoS One. 2011. 6(6):e19312. Epub 2011 Jun 9.

Approximating the time-frequency representation of biosignals with chirplets. Omid Talakoub, Jie Cui, and Willy Wong. 2010.  EURASIP J. Adv. Signal Process 2010, Article 15 (March 2010), 10 pages.

Reliability of long-interval cortical inhibition in healthy human subjects: A TMS-EEG study.
Farzan F, Barr MS, Levinson AJ, Chen R, Wong W, Fitzgerald PB, Daskalakis ZJ.  J Neurophysiol. 2010 Sep. 104(3):1339-46.

Coronal view ultrasound imaging of movement in different segments of the tongue during paced recital: Findings from four normal speakers and a speaker with partial glossectomy.
Bressmann T, Flowers H, Wong W, Irish JC. Clin Linguist Phon. 2010 Aug. 24(8):589-601.

Evidence for gamma inhibition deficits in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex of patients with schizophrenia. Farzan F, Barr MS, Levinson AJ, Chen R, Wong W, Fitzgerald PB, Daskalakis ZJ. Brain. 2010 May. 133(Pt 5):1505-14.

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