Andy W. H. Khong

Associate Professor
Associate Dean (Students) - College of Engineering
Deputy Director (Delta-NTU Corp Lab)

School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
Tel: +065 6790 6008 (connected to mobile)
Office: Block S1, Level B1, Room 14


Andy Khong is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Prior to that, he obtained his Ph.D. ('02-'05) from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, after which he also served as a research associate ('05-'08) in the same department. He obtained his B.Eng. ('98-'02) in Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

His postdoctoral research involved the development of signal processing algorithms for vehicle destination inference as well as the design and implementation of acoustic array and seismic fusion algorithms for perimeter security systems. His Ph.D. research was mainly on partial-update and selective-tap adaptive algorithms with applications to mono- and multi-channel acoustic echo cancellation for hands-free telephony.

He has also published works on speech enhancement, multi-channel microphone array and blind deconvolution algorithms. His other research interest include education data mining, machine learning applied to education data.

Andy currently serves as an Associate Editor in the IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech and Language Processing and the Journal of Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing (Springer). He was a visiting professor at UIUC in 2012 under the Tan Chin Tuan Fellowship. He is the author and co-author of two papers awarded the "Best Student Paper Awards" and is a receipient of the Junior Chambers International "Ten Outstanding Young Persons Honouree Award 2011" and the Institute of Singapore "Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award 2012."



[Sept 2017]
End-to-end speech emotion recognition using multi-scale convolution networks to appear in APSIPA-ASC conference.

Directional statistics approach based on instantaneous rotational parameters of tri-axial trajectories for footstep detection to appear in Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing.

Swarm intelligence based particle filter for alternating talker localization and tracking using microphone arrays to appear in IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech, Lang. Process..

[Jul. 2017]
The team congratulates Dr. Wu Kai on the successful completion of his Ph.D. oral defence!

[Jul. 2017]
The team congratulates Dr. Hanh on the successful completion of his Ph.D. oral defence!

[Aug. 2016]
The team congratulates Dr. Divya Venkatraman on the successful completion of her Ph.D. oral defence!