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Maurizio Omologo obtained the Degree in Electrical Engineering at University of Padova (Italy) in 1984. From 1984 to 1987, he was researcher on speech coding at CSELT (Torino, Italy). In 1988, he joined ITC-irst (now FBK-irst), where he is the head of SHINE (Speech-acoustic scene analysis and interpretation) research unit (http://shine.fbk.eu). Currently, main research areas of interest are: microphone arrays, speaker localization, speech analysis, source separation, speech enhancement, speaker identification, acoustic event detection, ASR for distant-speech interaction, audio signal processing for music information retrieval. He has been teaching "Audio Signal Processing and Coding" at University of Trento since 2001. He acted, from 2006 to 2009, as Project Manager of the DICIT European Project and, from January 2012 to December 2014, as Project Manager of the DIRHA European Project. He is member of the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee. He is author of about 200 papers in major international conferences and journals in the field, and of 3 international patents.