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Mark F. Bocko

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Audio Fields:

  • Acoustics, Psychoacoustics, Hearing - Musical Acoustics
  • Product Design & Manufacturing - Research & Development
  • Educational Institutions - Educator

Job Duties:

  • Educator
  • Engineer
  • Researcher


I am a researcher and teacher in audio technology, acoustics, and signal processing applications to music and sound. My research interests include planar loudspeakers, room acoustics, audio source separation and automated music transcription, music synthesis technologies, representations of musical information, and computer-aided musical performance style analysis.

Education Background

BA - Physics and Astronomy, Colgate University, 1978
PhD - Physics, University of Rochester, 1984

Employment History

Faculty Member - Department of of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Rochester, 1985-present. Chair of ECE Department - 2004- present.

Related Experience

Director - Audio and Music Engineering Program, University of Rochester, 2012 - present.

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