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PhD Graduates & Theses

This is a list of past PhDs successfully completed in the Centre for Digital Music.

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2018

  • Maria PANTELI, "Computational analysis of world music corpora" (Supervisor: Simon Dixon)
  • Adib MEHRABI, "Vocal imitation for query by vocalisation" (Supervisor: Simon Dixon)
  • Astrid BIN, "The Show Must Go Wrong: Towards an understanding of audience perception of error in digital musical instrument performance" (Co-supervisors: Nick Bryan-Kinns, Andrew McPherson)
  • Yonghao WANG, "Low Latency Audio Processing” (Supervisor: Josh Reiss)
  • Liam DONOVAN, "Travelling wave control of stringed musical instruments" (Supervisor: Andrew McPherson)

2017

  • Zulfadhli MOHAMAD, "Estimating performance parameters from electric guitar recordings" (Co-supervisors: Chris Harte and Simon Dixon)
  • Antonella MAZZONI, "Mood Glove: Enhancing mood in film music through haptic sensations for an enriched film experience" (Supervisor: Nick Bryan-Kinns)
  • Julie FREEMAN, "Defining data as an art material" (Supervisor: Mark Sandler)
  • Sarah SAUVÉ, "Prediction in Polyphony: Modelling Auditory Scene Analysis" (Supervisor: Marcus Pearce)
  • Siying WANG, "Computational Methods for the Alignment and Score-Informed Transcription of Piano Music" (Co-supervisors: Sebastian Ewert, Simon Dixon)
  • Doon MACDONALD, "The Development and Evaluation of an Approach to Auditory Display Design Based on Soundtrack Composition" (Supervisor: Tony Stockman)
  • Katerina KOSTA, "Computational Modelling and Quantitative Analysis of Dynamics in Performed Music" (Supervisor: Elaine Chew)
  • Elio QUINTON, (Supervisor: Mark Sandler)
  • Christian HEINRICHS, "Human Expressivity in the Control and Integration of Computationally Generated Audio" (Supervisor: Andrew McPherson)
  • Brecht DE MAN, "Towards a better understanding of mix engineering" (Supervisor: Josh Reiss)
  • Laurel PARDUE, "Violin Augmentation Techniques for Learning Assistance" (Supervisor: Andrew McPherson)

2016

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2009

2008

  • Andrew NESBIT, "Audio Source Separation by Time-Frequency Masking" (Supervisor: Mark Plumbley)

2007

2006

  • Nicolas CHETRY, "Computer Models for Musical Instrument Identification" (Supervisor: Mark Sandler)
  • Thomas BLUMENSATH, "Bayesian Modelling of Music: Algorithmic Advances and Experimental Studies of Shift-Invariant Sparse Coding" (Supervisor: Mike Davies)

2005

  • Giuliano MONTI, "A Multipitch Prediction-driven Approach to Polyphonic Music Transcription" (Supervisor: Mark Sandler)

2004

  • Nikolaos MITIANOUDIS, "Audio Source Separation using Independent Component Analysis" (Supervisor: Mike Davies)
  • Christopher DUXBURY, "Signal Models for Polyphonic Music" (Supervisor: Mark Sandler)

2003

2002

The QMUL repository "QMRO" has a section for all QMUL PhD theses.

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