AES New York 2013 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Stanford University - Stanford, CA, USA
Priyanka Shekar is a Master’s student at Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). She is funded by the Stanford Arts Institute-Denning Family Fellowship in Fine Arts, awarded especially for her interdisciplinary interest and creative promise. Priyanka hails from New Zealand, completing her BE in Electrical and Electronics at the University of Auckland. Her interests include physical interaction design, HCI, all things related to voice (modeling, digital effects, perception and cognition), startups, and blue sky thinking. Her project in physical interaction design, Dough-Re-Mi, manipulates vocals under play dough controller handwork. It was showcased in 2013 at Maker Faire and Pop-up Magazine (Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco). Priyanka was recently involved in the Stanford Graduate School of Business Ignite Program for researchers interested in entrepreneurship, where her venture idea for a 3D binaural headset to capture everyday soundscapes was selected. She continues to blur the line between tech and arts, and believes the digital renaissance is indeed upon us.
More Info: http://priyankashekar.com
EB1: Audio Processing
Modeling the Harmonic Exciter (Author)