Combining UX and MIR
My work until mid-2017 had been primarily in the field of user experience (UX) design, with a special interest in musical applications.
At GeorgiaTech, I am exploring ways in which UX and musical artificial intelligence (AI) could melt into each other. Could practical aspects of UX influence a computer’s understanding of music? Could such an understanding, in turn, improve the UX of audio software and hardware?
By combining UX and music information retrieval (MIR) in previously unexplored ways, I am attempting to bridge the gap between how the computer thinks and what we experience.
Master of Science in Music Technology
2017 – 2019 (expected)
My work at GeorgiaTech involves user experience design, digital signal processing, and music information retrieval. Please see my coursework here.
Bachelor of Design
2007 – 2011
My thesis was at the intersection of human computer interaction and sound design, with the aim of defining what elements of music arouse which emotions. Please have a look at my coursework here.
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Last updated: October 2017