António Teixeira

Associate Professor


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DETI, University of Aveiro


Integrated Researcher

Research Group

Biomedical Informatics and Technologies

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António J. S. Teixeira was born in Paredes, Portugal, in September 1968. He received the Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering degree, in 1991; the Master degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, in 1993 and the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, in 2000, from the University of Aveiro.

Currently, he is an Associate Professor with Habilitation at the Department of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of the University of Aveiro, and a researcher at the Institute of Electronics and Telematics Engineering of Aveiro – IEETA.
His main research activity is in the area of Speech Processing. He also has interests in other areas of research such as Human-Machine Interaction and Phonetics.
Member of the Editorial Board of Section “Acoustics and Vibrations” in the journal Applied Sciences (, ISSN 2076-3417; IF: 2.217).

Member of the Scientifc Committee of linguaMATICA and of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Speech Sciences.

One of the General Chairs of IberSpeech 2018 (Barcelona, Spain) IberSpeech 2016 (Lisboa, Portugal) IberSpeech 2014 (Las Palmas, Spain), IberSpeech 2012 (Madrid, Spain), AAL 2012 (Vilamoura, Portugal), FALA 2010 (Vigo, Spain), I Iberian SLTech (2009) and General Chair of PROPOR 2008 (The International Conference on Computational Processing of Portuguese).

General Chair and one of the Technical Program Committee Chairs of INFORUM 2017, Aveiro, Portugal.

One of the Technical Program Committee Chairs of PROPOR 2012, Coimbra, Portugal. Member of the Organizing Committee and Special Sessions Chair of InterSpeech 2005, Lisbon.
Chair of the Special Interest Group on Iberian Languages (SIG-IL) of the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), since 2008. Member of PROPOR Steering Committee from 2006 to 2012, President since 2010; Member of the International Council of Luso-Brazilian Association of Speech Sciences (LBASS) (Feb 2007 to Feb 2011 and Feb 2011-Feb 2015).