AES New York 2013
Student / Career Event
Friday, October 18, 9:00 am — 10:30 am (Room 1E14)
Student Design CompetitionModerator:
Colin Pfund, NBCUniversal - New York, NY, USA; University of Hartford - West Hartford, CT, USA
Dave Amels, AnaMod LLC - Berkeley Heights, NJ, USA
Scott Dorsey, Williamsburg, VA, USA
Dave Hill, Crane Song - Superior, WI, USA; Dave Hill Designs
Bill Whitlock, Jensen Transformers, Inc. - Chatsworth, CA, USA; Whitlock Consulting - Oxnard, CA, USA
The three graduate level and three undergraduate level finalists of the AES Student Design Competition will present and defend their designs in front of a panel of expert judges. This is an opportunity for aspiring student hardware and software engineers to have their projects reviewed by the best minds in the business. It’s also an invaluable career-building event and a great place for companies to identify their next employees. Students from both audio and non-audio backgrounds are encouraged to submit entries. Few restrictions are placed on the nature of the projects, but designs must be for use with audio. Examples include loudspeaker design, DSP plug-ins, analog hardware, signal analysis tools, mobile applications, and sound synthesis devices. Products should represent new, original ideas implemented in working-model prototypes.
Judges are: Dave Amels, AnaMod Analog Modeling/Bomb Factory Digital; Bill Whitlock, Jensen Transformers; Dave Hill, Crane Song/Dave Hill Designs; Scott Dorsey, Stinger-Ghaffarian Technologies (formerly at Raytheon Technical Services).
For further information on these events please check the AES Students website.