Hamzeh Ghasemzadeh was born in Tehran in 1984. He received both his BS and MS in Telecommunications Engineering. He was an adjunct professor at department of Electrical Engineering at Islamic Azad University, Damavand Branch until 2016. He is now pursuing a dual Ph.D. degree in both “Communication Sciences and Disorders” and “Computational Mathematics Science and Engineering” at Michigan State University. He has been working on different aspects of audio signals, covering acoustic analysis of pathological impaired voices to security driven applications of audio signals. His primary research interests are applying statistical signal analysis and machine learning techniques for solving different speech/voice related problems. Right now, he is working on statistical signal processing and data mining of data acquired through high speed videoendoscopy (HSV) from vocal folds.