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I'm a postdoctoral scholar at New York University's Tandon School of Engineering, and the Music and Audio Research Laboratory. Here I'm carrying out research in theoretical neuroscience, machine listening, and augmented reality.
My goal is to develop machines that can listen and interact with the world like humans do. So far, I have built mathematical models that explain how the human brain anticipates and synchronizes with the rhythms present in music and speech.
I hold a Ph.D. from Stanford University in computer-based music theory and acoustics. My advisors were Julius Smith, Chris Chafe, and Edward Large. At Stanford I received the Human-Centered Articifial Intelligence award.
Previous to my Ph.D. studies I majored in biology, music theory, and German language at the University of North Texas.
In parallel to my academic career, I have carried out machine listening research at Apple, Tesla, and Plantronics.
email: iran [at] ccrma.stanford.edu
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