I am a software engineer, researcher, developer and runner. I grew up in Kathmandu, Nepal. I received my undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering with distinction from Anna University, India. I completed my Masters in Information Technology from Alpen-Adria Universitaet, Klagenfurt, Austria in 2013.
Working with various organisations and from my university projects I have developed interest in fields such as speaker recognition, audio processing, image processing, object tracking, pattern recognition, computer vision and machine intelligence.
Some of my publications are:
- Alankar Atreya, Oscar Forth, Samual Kent, Finnian Kelly, and Anil Alexander, “Estimating the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Speech Recordings.” IAFPA conference 2018, University of Huddersfield, England. [Link]
- Anil Alexander, Oscar Forth, Alankar Atreya, Samuel Kent, and Finnian Kelly. “Not a Lone Voice: Automatically Identifying Speakers in Multi-Speaker Recordings.” IAFPA conference 2017, University of Split, Croatia.
- Finnian Kelly, Oscar Forth, Alankar Atreya, Samuel Kent, and Anil Alexander. “What your voice says about you: Automatic Speaker Profiling using i-vectors.” IAFPA conference 2017, University of Split, Croatia.
- Anil Alexander, Oscar Forth, Alankar Atreya and Finnian Kelly. “iVOCALISE: An i-vector based automatic speaker recognition system using spectral and phonetic features.” IAFPA conference 2016, York University, UK.
- Anil Alexander, Oscar Forth, Alankar Atreya and Finnian Kelly, 2016. VOCALISE: A forensic automatic speaker recognition system supporting spectral, phonetic, and user-provided features. Odyssey. [Link]
- Anil Alexander, Oscar Forth, and Alankar Atreya, Audio fingerprinting to detect illegal content in digital media files. At IAFPA Conference 2015, Leiden University, Netherlands. [Link]
- Alankar Atreya, 2013. “Combining Multiple Tracking Approaches for Improving Performance”. Masters Thesis. Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Austria. [Link]