My research lies at the intersection of human-computer interaction, machine learning, and audio signal processing. Specifically, I research human-centered machine listening and audio processing tools for creative expression with sound and understanding the acoustic world.
I am currently a Research Assistant Professor in NYU’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering with affiliations to NYU’s Music and Audio Research Lab and the Center for Urban Science and Progress. I completed my PhD in computer science at Northwestern University as a member of the Interactive Audio Lab, and I hold a Master of Arts from Stanford University (CCRMA) and a Bachelor of Music from Northwestern University. Before my current position, I spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher in the Music and Audio Research Lab (MARL) at New York University (NYU).
Starting in January 2021, I will be an Assistant Professor at NJIT’s Ying Wu College of Computing in the Department of Informatics. I will be recruiting PhD students for Fall 2021.
March 2020 - Launched Task 5 of the DCASE 2020 Challenge: Urban Sound Tagging with Spatiotemporal Context. This task aims to investigate how spatiotemporal data can aid in tagging recordings from an urban acoustic sensor network.
- Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
- Music and Audio Research Lab (MARL)
- Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP)
- Sounds of New York City Project (SONYC)
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