The Great Exhibition Road Festival

It was fun to be part of The Great Exhibition Road Festival this weekend and to show off some of the work we have been carrying out here at Imperial!

SONICOM Consortium – University of Athens

It was cool to be able to share my work on the challenge of up-sampling low-resolution HRTFs at SONICOM’s first in-person meeting at the University of Athens. We even took some cool pictures!

Future of Sound – Imperial Lates

Proud to be showing off some of our work at Imperial Lates yesterday. It was cool watching people experience 3D audio for the first time… watch this space! The future of audio is here? With SONICOM it is! Reaching out to our #younggens about immersive audio tech at #imperialLates @EU_H2020 — SONICOM (@SONICOMproject) April […]

Visit by the SCReAM Project

Great to have Enzo De Sena from the University of Surrey visit us here at Imperial along with Sebastian Schlecht from Aalto University to share their work. One of the best meetings I have had in a while!

UKAN+ Workshop on Soundscapes

I am really grateful to everyone who came to the UKAN+ Workshop on Soundscapes organised by myself along with Lorenzo from the Spatial Acoustics and Immersive Audio special interest group and others from the Communication and Room Acoustics, Noise and Soundscape and Bioacoustics special interest groups. I am looking forward to taking part in more […]

3D Head Scanning to Further Virtual Reality Research

Harry Jenkins has given some of the research I am working on a great write up in this week’s Imperial News. Do check out the article here:

UKAN+ Connecting SIGs Event

It was my pleasure to help organise the second UKAN+ Connecting Special Interest Groups (SIGs) Event of the year with the Biomedical Acoustics, Hearing and Spatial Acoustics and Immersive Audio SIGs. Thanks again to Dr Owen Brimijoin (from Meta Reality Labs) for giving such a stimulating talk on head movement, sound colouration, and the HRTF […]

AABBA: Aural Assessment By means of Binaural Algorithms

It was great to be able to attend the AABBA (Aural Assessment By means of Binaural Algorithms) meeting and AMT (Auditory Modeling Toolbox) workshop in Vienna last week. I am looking forward to being part of this community going forward. Click Here for more details.