Kai-Chieh (Jay) Huang is a guitarist and engineer who is enthusiastic about bringing the mixture of music, DSP and computing into real life applications to improve the way people engage in music and sound. Orininally from Taiwan, he attended National Tsing Hua University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, focusing on signal processing track, with a minor in Quantitative Finance. He is currently a master student at Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Stanford University. In the persuit of combining music and engineering in an interesting way, Kai-Chieh has immersed himself in several music technology experiences. In the past, Kai-Chieh has helped develop two guitar effects in the guitar-bass multi-FX App -JamUp- on iOS platform as an intern at PositiveGrid. He also did a guitar sound synthesis project with Prof. Yi-Wen Liu while at National Tsing Hua University to improve the sound quality of low quality quitar recordings. Through the exposure of inventive nature at Stanford, he extended his passion in Engineering into software design and created a real-time music interactive game "NoteBomber" in the course Music, Computing, and Design by Prof. Ge Wang. His current research interests include Music software Design, Digital Audio Effects, and Adaptive Signal Processing. In his free time, Kai-Chieh likes to play guitar, especially jamming blues, covering rock songs from Guns' n Roses and AC/DC, and record short music pieces. Aside from his love in music and technology, he also likes to play basketball and researching potential investments.