Sam Ferguson – Reorganisation as ‘visualisation’ for understanding and exploring audio signals

November 5, 2018 | no responses | 230


Sam Ferguson is a musician, researcher and programmer whose focus is to understand the effects of sound and music on human beings, is currently is a senior lecturer in the School of Software, Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Technology Sydney. He has around 60 publications in areas as diverse as spatial hearing and loudness research, to data sonification, emotion, and physical computing. He currently teaches in data analytics and human computer interaction and has also developed and implemented new subjects and degrees in these areas.