I am a post-doctoral fellow at IRCAM within the acoustic and cognitive spaces group. In 2012, I received the Ph.D. degree in the field of audio signal processing from Telecom ParisTech on the topic of Source Separation for Robot Audition within the Romeo project led by Aldebaran Robotics. My research interests include multichannel signal processing: source separation, beamforming, robot audition, and recently binaural sound source spatialization within the BILI project.
I am also a freelance (auto-entrepreneur) and available to work on short-term projects.
- Multichannel processing: source separation, beamforming (fixed and adaptive), robot audition
- Acoustics: Binaural source spatialization, Head Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs) individualization
- Machine learning: automatic features selection for classification, automatic classification