I am a computer music and DSP researcher who completed my Master of Arts in Music, Science and Technology degree at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics at Stanford University in June of 2017. My research interests include digital signal processing, digital synthesis techniques, anti-aliasing techniques, virtual analog oscillators, spectral audio signal processing, digital audio effects, circuit analysis and physical modeling with a particular focus on the wave digital filter paradigm for analog circuit modeling.
Prior to coming to Stanford, I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of California, San Diego with Honors with High Distinction in Mathematics and a Minor in Music with a focus on computer music. Before that I had a career as a SQL database developer. Music and technology are both lifelong passions of mine and it is a joy spending my time at the intersection of the two.