In June of 2012 I completed my doctorate, studying with Dr. Alan Oppenheim in the DSP Group at MIT. My Ph.D. thesis was on the synthesis and identification of conservation principles in signal processing systems, and my master's thesis was on efficient techniques for sampling rate conversion. My research interests lie in the general field of signal processing and often tend toward acoustic and musical applications. These days I'm working on the projects on this site, doing a bit of consulting, working with Al Oppenheim on the graduate-level DSP course for MITx, and having fun making DSP-related apps.
Last updated on June 1, 2014.
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