张翠玲
Cuiling Zhang
BSc     MSc     PhD




Director
Chongqing Institutes of Higher Education Key Forensic Science Laboratory
重庆高校刑事科学技术重点实验室
2016–present

Professor and Vice Dean
School of Criminal Investigation
Southwest University of Political Science and Law
西南政法大学

2015–present

Professor
Department of Forensic Science & Technology
National Police University of China
中国刑警学院

2011–2015
other ranks 1994–2011

Visiting Professorial Fellow
Forensic Voice Comparison Laboratory
School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
University of New South Wales
2010–2013




Selected Publications:

Refereed
Papers


Forensic speech science.
Morrison, G.S., Enzinger, E., Zhang, C. (2017). In I. Freckelton, & H. Selby (Eds.), Expert Evidence (Ch. 99). Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters.


Forensic voice comparison
Zhang, C., Morrison, G.S. (2017). In: Sybesma, R., Behr, W., Gu, Y., Handel, Z., Huang, C.-T. J., Myers, J. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics (pp. 256–260). Leiden: Brill.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2210-7363_ecll_COM_000205


Use of relevant data, quantitative measurements, and statistical models to calculate a likelihood ratio for a Chinese forensic voice comparison case involving two sisters
Zhang, C., Morrison, G.S., Enzinger, E. (2016). Forensic Science International, 267, 115–124.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2016.08.017


Reply to Hicks et alii (2017) Reply to Morrison et alii (2016) Refining the relevant population in forensic voice comparison – A response to Hicks et alii (2015) The importance of distinguishing information from evidence/observations when formulating propositions
Morrison, G.S., Enzinger, E., Zhang, C. (2017).
http://arxiv.org/abs/1704.07639


Refining the relevant population in forensic voice comparison - A response to Hicks et alii (2015) The importance of distinguishing information from evidence/observations when formulating propositions
Morrison, G.S., Enzinger, E., Zhang, C. (2016). Science & Justice, 56, 492–497.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scijus.2016.07.002


Forensic automatic speaker recognition based on likelihood ratio using acoustic-phonetic features measured automatically
Wang, H., & Zhang, C. (2015). Journal of Forensic Science & Medicine.
doi:10.4103/2349-5014.169617


Fusion of multiple formant-trajectory- and fundamental-frequency-based forensic-voice-comparison systems: Chinese /ei1/, /ai2/, and /iau1/.
Zhang C., & Enzinger E. (2013). Proceedings of the 21st International Congress on Acoustics, Montréal, Proceedings of Meetings Online. vol. 19, paper 060044.
doi:10.1121/1.4798793


Effects of telephone transmission on the performance of formant-trajectory-based forensic voice comparison – female voices.
Zhang, C., Morrison, G.S., Enzinger, E., Ochoa, F. (2013). Speech Communication, 55, 796–813.
doi:10.1016/j.specom.2013.01.011


Reliability of human-supervised formant-trajectory measurement for forensic voice comparison.
Zhang, C., Morrison, G. S., Ochoa, F., Enzinger E. (2013). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133, EL54–EL60.
doi:10.1121/1.4773223


Protocol for the collection of databases of recordings for forensic-voice-comparison research and practice.
Morrison, G. S., Rose, P., & Zhang, C. (2012). Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 44, 155–167.
doi:10.1080/00450618.2011.630412


Forensic voice comparison using Chinese /iau/.
Zhang, C., Morrison, G.S., & Thiruvaran, T. (2011). Proceedings of the17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, China
, 2280–2283.


An empirical estimate of the precision of likelihood ratios from a forensic-voice-comparison system.
Morrison, G.S., Zhang, C., & Rose, P. (2011). Forensic Science International, 208, 59–65.
doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2010.11.001


Forensic speaker recognition of Chinese /i/ and /y/ using likelihood ratios.
Zhang, C., Morrison, G.S., & Rose, P. (2008). Proceedings of Interspeech 2008 (pp. 1937–1940). International Speech Communication Association.


Voice Disguise and Automatic Speaker Recognition.
Zhang C., & Tan T. (2007). Forensic Science International, 175, 118–122.
doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2007.05.019


Intra- and inter-speaker variations of formant pattern for lateral syllables in Standard Chinese.
Zhang C., van de Weijer, J., & Cui J. (2006). Forensic Science International, 158, 117–124.
doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2005.04.043



Book

法庭语音技术研究 [Forensic Speech Technology Research].
Zhang, C. (2009). 中国社会出版社


Laboratory
Report


Human-supervised and fully-automatic formant-trajectory measurement for forensic voice comparison – Female voices.
Zhang, C., Morrison, G. S., Enzinger, E., Ochoa, F. (2012). Laboratory Report. Forensic Voice Comparison Laboratory, School of Electrical Enginerring & Telecommunications, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.



Databases


Forensic database of voice recordings of 500+ Australian English speakers.
Morrison, G.S., Zhang, C., Enzinger, E., Ochoa, F., Bleach, D., Johnson, M., Folkes, B. K., De Souza, S., Cummins, N., Chow, D. (2015).


Forensic database of audio recordings of 68 female speakers of Standard Chinese.
Zhang, C., & Morrison, G.S. (2011).



Popular
Press


Sound evidence
Season 2 Episode 4 of television series “Partners in Crime” featuring Cuiling Zhang
Premieres Monday 26 March 2012 at 10:30 pm




Education


  • PhD Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Forensic Phonetics)
    • Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Nankai University, Tianjin, China
    • 2002–2005

  • MSc Biophysics (Forensic Acoustics)
    • School of Basic Medical Science, China Medical University, Shenyang, China
    • 1998–2001

  • BSc Forensic Science (Trace Examination)
    • Department of Forensic Science, China Criminal Police University, Shenyang, China
    • 1990–1994






Link

Forensic Voice Comparison
					







http://cuiling-zhang.forensic-voice-comparison.net/


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