AES New York 2018 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Anhalt University of Applied Sciences - Köthen, Germany
Besides a practical training in programming and electrical engineering, Dr. Alexander Carôt has actively been playing bass and the NS-Chapman-Stick in several rock, pop and jazz ensembles. In 2004 he received a german engineering diploma within an interdisciplinary study program in order to combine the arts and technology. Motivated by the passion for remote music performances with musicians in different places, he completed his PhD in computer science in 2009 at the University of Lübeck/Germany. In this context he developed the “Soundjack” software (http://www.soundjack.eu), which has been used in numerous network music performances all over the world. In 2010 he has been appointed Full Professor in media computer science at the University of Applied Sciences, Anhalt, Germany. Besides continuously improving “Soundjack” in terms of signal latency, quality and usability he is playing in various remote music ensembles. In his recent research activities he is focusing on novel multimodal delay-optimized transmission approaches and the application of superluminal signal propagation effects.
More Info: http://www.carot.de
P11: Applications in Audio
Troubleshooting Resource Reservation in Audio Video Bridging Networks (Author)