AES New York 2015 Presenter or Author

Tim Ziemer

Tim Ziemer

Primary Affiliation: University of Hamburg - Hamburg, Germany

Tim Ziemer is a PhD student at the Institute of Systematic Musicology at the University of Hamburg with a focus on psychoacoustic wave field synthesis and the measurement, reconstruction and perception of the sound radiation characteristics of musical instruments.

After some years of home recording experience and an internship at Modern Toys Music recording studio (2006) he studied systematic musicology, historic musicology and economics at the University of Hamburg (2006-2011). During that time he worked as student assistant at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Media Hamburg and as acoustics tutor. In 2011 he worked as project engineer at the acoustical engineering company Ingenieurbüro Busch before starting his PhD studies. Besides his PhD studies he worked at the concert logistic company U-Need (2011-2014), organized the International Summer School in Systematic Musicology (ISSM) 2012 and is freelance author for the computer magazine CHIP and CHIP online and research assistant at the Institute of Systematic Musicology at the University of Hamburg since 2013.
Tim Ziemer is AES member, was reviewer for ISSSM 2012 and SysMus 2015, received DAAD travel grants for ISMA 2014 in Le Mans and AES Convention in New York 2015, ASME Outreach for Engineers scholarship 2015 and the Universität Hamburg corporate capital grant for ASA Jacksonville 2015 and is accepted for the International Internship Program at the Nationaly Institute of Informatics Tokyo (NII) in 2016.

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Session List

Nov 1: P19: Spatial Audio—Part 3
Implementing the Radiation Characteristics of Musical Instruments in a Psychoacoustic Sound Field Synthesis System (Author)

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