Dannie Korsgaard gained his MSc from Medialogy back in January 2010 and then went on to pursue a career within the mobile games and -application industry. During this period Dannie contributed significantly to the development of around a dozen games and apps for both iOS and Android.
In 2012 Dannie returned to the Medialogy education as a research assistant and lecturer. His main focus and interest is within the field of mobile technology and games.
Justyna Maculewicz received the M.A. degree in Cognitive Science and BSc. In Acoustics (with a specialization in hearing care and noise control), both at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. For three months in 2012 was an intern at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands in the Product Sound Design Lab.
As a master’s student she was focused on the multimodal speech perception and wrote a master’s thesis about the interaction between vision and audition based on the McGurk effect involving the phenomenon of binaural rivalry.
In February 2013, Justyna Maculewicz was appointed as a PhD Fellow in the Department of Media Technology at Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark. As a PhD Fellow she is interested in sonic and haptic interaction design. In her thesis she would like to investigate rhythmic audio-haptic feedback for motor tasks and the role of rhythmic exercises in improving physical and cognitive skills mostly in elderly life.
Erik joined AAU Copenhagen and Medialogy in February 2012 and holds a M.Sc. in Sound Engineering from Luleå University of Technology in Sweden. He has also a background in music and has studied at the Academy of Contemporary Music (Guildford,UK). At Aalborg University he is supervising students at bachelor’s level.
Sonic interaction design, interactive audio for virtual realities
Hendrik Purwins will give a talk on “Multilevel Clustering and Variable Length Markov Chains for Re-Arrangement of Music from an Audio Example” at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen on April 28 13h.
“A Mobile Music Museum Experience for Children” (Video: http://youtu.be/grPzyDW6G_Q) by Mikkel Helleberg Jørgensen, Aske Sønderby Knudsen, Thomas Michael Wilmot, Kasper Duemose Lund, Stefania Serafin, Hendrik Purwins has been accepted as a demo at The International Conference …
On March 20th, Hendrik Purwins gave a talk on “Decoding Attention to Polyphonic Music and Models of Musical Category Formation” at the Center for Visual Cognition at University of Copenhagen (http://cvc.psy.ku.dk)
Mads Græsbøll Christensen & Hendrik Purwins, Audio Analysis Lab, Aalborg University gave talk at the Danish Neuroscience Center in connection with the Music in the Brain Seminars. The Audio Analysis Lab, Modelling Musical Category Formation, …