AES New York 2017 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Consulting Professor at Stanford University and a Founding Director of the Digital Media Project - Stanford, CA, USA
Marina Bosi has been actively involved for many years in the development of standards for audio coding, video coding, and digital content management, having contributed to the work of ANSI, ATSC, DVD Forum, DVB, ISO/IEC MPEG, SDMI, and SMPTE. Dr. Bosi holds several patents and publications in the field and is author of the acclaimed textbook “Introduction to Digital Audio Coding and Standards” (Kluwer/Springer December 2002) translated into Chinese and Korean. Dr. Bosi, a past-President of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and a senior member of IEEE, was part of the research team at Dolby Laboratories that developed AC-2 and AC-3 ( Dolby Digital) technology where she also led the MPEG-2 Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) development. She was also Chief Technology Officer of MPEG LA, an industry leader in the use of patent pools to create a “one-stop shop” for licensing the essential patents required of multimedia technologies. Dr. Bosi was a founding Director (together with Leonardo Chiariglione, MPEG Chair) and also the Treasurer of the Digital Media Project, a non-profit organization created to promote successful development, deployment, and use of Digital Media. Her recognitions include the AES Fellowship award for her contributions to audio and video standards development, twice the AES Board of Governors award for chairing 97th AES Convention and again for chairing the first international conference on high quality audio coding, and the ISO/IEC award for being the Editor of ISO/IEC 13818-7, AAC. Dr. Bosi received a doctorate in Physics from the University of Florence, Italy and is currently an adjunct Professor in the Music Department at Stanford University.
More Info: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/people/marina-bosi
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