Sound Art Documentation – Spatial Audio and Significant Knowledge (Collaborator) Sound in the City: Ongoing data analysis of a case study concerning a sound installation in a public square (https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02901201)
I am a PhD Student in Music Technology at McGill University, in co-tutelle with Sorbonne Université. I am particularly interested in research around urban soundscapes, and in how to improve them through integrated sound installations and perceptive evaluations. My academic background has been devoted to Sciences applied to Music. I hold a double bachelor in Sciences and Musicology from Sorbonne and former Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris) and a Master’s degree in Acoustics, Signal Processing and Informatics applied to Music from IRCAM (Paris).
Ph.D. Music Technology
Supervisor(s): Catherine Guastavino / Marcelo Wanderley / Nicolas Misdariis (IRCAM)