I am a special contract worker in Yamaha Corporation's Musical Instruments Development Division.
I worked as a special contract worker at Yamaha Corporation's Corporate Research and Development Center on singing voice analysis and synthesis from 2012 to 2017.
I received the degree of Master of Arts in Music, Science and Technology in 2012 from Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics where my academic advisor was Professor Ge Wang. I am extremely grateful to the Carmen Christensen Fellowship Fund which sponsored my second year of studies.
I worked as a software and design engineer at Altera Corporation from 2005 to 2010.
I received the degree of Bachelor of Science with Honor in Computer Science in 2005 from the California Institute of Technology where my academic advisor was Professor André DeHon. You can see my page there for more information about my undergraduate work.
In my free time I make music, work on various projects, and study Japanese.