AES New York 2018 Presenter or Author
Mark D. Plumbley
Primary Affiliation: University of Surrey - Guildford, Surrey, UK
Mark Plumbley is Professor of Signal Processing at the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) at the University of Surrey, in Guildford, UK. After receiving his Ph.D. degree in neural networks in 1991, he became a Lecturer at King’s College London, before moving to Queen Mary University of London in 2002. He subsequently became Professor and Director of the Centre for Digital Music, before joining the University of Surrey in 2015. He is known for his work on analysis and processing of audio and music, using a wide range of signal processing techniques, including matrix factorization, sparse representations, and deep learning. He led the first data challenge on Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and Events (D-CASE 2013). He currently leads two EU-funded research training networks in sparse representations, compressed sensing and machine sensing, and EPSRC-funded projects on audio source separation and on making sense of everyday sounds. He is a co-editor of the recent Springer book on "Computational Analysis of Sound Scenes and Events". He is a Fellow of the IET and IEEE.
More Info: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/people/mark-plumbley
P01: Perception – Part 1
Perception of Phase Changes in the Context of Musical Audio Source Separation (Author)