AES Technical Papers Co-Chairs Veronique Larcher and Rob Maher report that Alastair Moore of the University of York will present his Student Technical Papers Award-winning, “An Initial Validation of Individualized Crosstalk Cancellation Filters for Binaural Perceptual Experiments,” at Session P14, Listening Tests & Psychoacoustics, Saturday Oct. 4, 9AM – noon.
Born in 1983 in Glasgow, Mr. Moore attended Tinto Primary School and the High School of Glasgow. In 2001 he began a Master of Engineering degree in Electronic Engineering with Music Technology Systems at the University of York. For his Masters project, he spent five months at the Department of Speech, Music and Hearing, KTH, Stockholm. After graduating in July 2005 (1st class with distinction) he was employed as a research assistant on the RoomWeaver digital waveguide mesh room acoustics project. He began work on his PhD at the University of York in March 2006 under the supervision of Tony Tew. The project is funded by France Telecom R&D and is supervised by Rozenn Nicol.
125th AES Committee Co-Chair John Strawn reports that the AES Student Technical Papers Award was established in 2006 to recognize student members who author technical papers for the AES Convention. Nominees must meet the following qualifications:
(a) The paper proposal has been accepted for presentation at the AES Convention via the normal proposal review process.
(b) The author was a student at the time the work was conducted and the manuscript prepared.
(c) The student author’s affiliation listed in the manuscript is an accredited educational institution.
(d) The student will deliver the lecture or poster presentation at the Convention.
The winner of the Student Technical Papers Award is selected after the nominees are reviewed by the Associate Technical Editors of the AES Journal and selected members of the Journal Review Board. The winner receives a special certificate at the Convention, and the manuscript is eligible for formal review and publication in the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society.
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