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\fontfamily{qag}\selectfont{Software Engineer in Speech Processing,
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\section{Employment}
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\begin{project1}{Facebook Inc.}{Menlo Park (CA), 2015 -- Present}
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\item Integrated confusion network generation into Facebook video
captioning service to provide world alternatives in the editor.
\item Added ARPA language model support into\\Facebook/Wit.ai speech
recognition service.
\item Implemented a thread-safe flyweight pattern in the acoustic model
code, so that one model could be shared among many decoders.
\item Created a grammar-based (thrax) solution for inverse text
normalization problem to provide speech-to-text output in human-readable
form.
\item Fixed bug in acoustic modeling code, reducing the WER by 0.1\%.
\item Developed and applied a set of automatic tools to migrate a large
20-year-old code base in C to C\texttt{++}11.
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\begin{project1}{Wit.ai Inc.}{Palo Alto (CA)/Remote, 2014 -- 2015}
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\item Designed and partially implemented an internal speech recognition
service as the on-site\\alternative to Google's API.
\item Trained an adapted GMM model for embedded speech recognition,
dropping WER by 5\%.
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\begin{project1}{Alpha Cephei Inc.}{Remote, 2013 -- 2014}
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\item Implemented multipass speech aligner capable of aligning long
audios such as books and\\podcasts.
\item Added support of acoustic model in Kaldi\\format into Sphinx4
speech recognition library. Kaldi model supports variable
dimension\\gaussian mixture models which allows it to keep word error
rate at 2.5$\%$ for a particular model.
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\section{Projects}
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\begin{project2}{CMU Sphinx}{\begin{tabular}{@{}l|l}Speech recognition library & C, Python\\\end{tabular}}
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\item Refactored pocketsphinx build for Android and developed it into
standalone library that can be used in Android applications for offline
speech recognition.
\item Provided pocketsphinx bindings for Java and Python using SWIG:
designed interfaces and\\implemented routines for data type conversion.
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\begin{project2}{Kaldi}{\begin{tabular}{@{}l|l}Speech recognition framework & C\texttt{++}, Bash\\\end{tabular}}
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\item Fixed minor issues in data preparation scripts.
\item Added safe-checks for model training scripts.
\item Improved user documentation.
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\begin{project2}{Review Board}{\begin{tabular}{@{}l|l}Google Summer of Code'11 & Python\\\end{tabular}}
Command-line interface for the code review system.
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\item Designed and partially implemented a code\\generator for making
remote API requests.
\item Covered new and legacy code with tests\\increasing coverage from
31$\%$ to 42$\%$.
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\begin{project2}{Freedroid RPG}{\begin{tabular}{@{}l|l}Google Summer of Code'10 & C\\\end{tabular}}
Single person role-played game.
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\item Implemented an algorithm to generate natural-looking forest maps
based on fractals and self-similarity.
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%% \item \textbf{Programming languages}: C, %% C\texttt{++},
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\section{Education}
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\item \textbf{M.S. in Computer Science and Math}\\
Far Eastern Federal University of Russia\\
2006 -- 2011
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%% \item \textbf{\Rmnum{3} degree diploma}\\ACM ICPC'2010 NEERC (Siberian group).
%% \item \textbf{\Rmnum{3} degree diploma}\\ACM ICPC'2009 NEERC (Siberian group).
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%% \item \textbf{\Rmnum{1} degree diploma}\\Game Development Contest,\\Far Eastern Federal University, 2006.
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