Machine listening in artistic contexts
Much research effort is spent worldwide on speech, education and medical applications of machine listening. On a personal leve
Survey: Room awareness and sound adaptation
Here is the link to my new survey which investigates approaches to room adaptation in live music and sound art: http://tinyurl
We now have a 1-page evaluation of our ‘Catalyst: Festival of Creativity’ project available to read. This paper do
Science while you sleep
Researchers' Night opens our doors to the public so you can find out about research at the University of Sheffield.
Survey: Sound awareness and listening habits
A survey of sound awareness and listening habits.
Collaborations workshop: PeerJ Preprint
Our paper from the Software Sustainability Institute’s ‘Collaborations Workshop’ is now out at PeerJ Preprin
Publishing: who am I?
If you're interested in finding my published works, you can find me by these routes...
Acoustic detection of snoring
This project is funded by means of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership grant from Innovate UK (formerly the Technology Strategy B
Sound in mind
Co-founder of Sound in Mind multidisciplinary collective.
Simultaneous talk for cochlear implant users
Engaging adult cochlear implant users to develop training materials for handling overlapping talk in conversation.
Expressive timing in music
This project is funded by a Sheffield University ‘wider participation’ grant which supports the development of an
Speech technology for language learning
In collaboration with our industrial partners, we develop computer-assisted pronunciation training tools for Dutch learners of