Primary Affiliation: University of Derby - Derby, Derbyshire, UK
Secondary Affiliation: Gand Concert Sound - Elk Grove Village, IL, USA
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Adam Hill is currently a lecturer in electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Derby where he runs the MSc Audio Engineering program. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Essex, an M.Sc. with Distinction in acoustics and music technology from the University of Edinburgh, and a B.S.E. in electrical engineering from Miami University. His doctoral research focused on analysis, modeling, and wide-area spatiotemporal control of low-frequency sound reproduction. Other research has included voice coil temperature effects in loudspeakers, acoustically-based classification of coral reef health, and real-time equestrian horse tracking via GPS/IMU integration. Adam also works professionally as a live sound engineer for Gand Concert Sound and is a member of the AES, IOA, IEEE, and IET.
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The Influence of Discrete Arriving Reflections on Perceived Intelligibility and Speech Transmission Index Measurements (Author)