AES New York 2019 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Celestion - Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK
AES Member Type: Member
Having graduated with a BSc in Physics from Southampton University in the UK Mark started his career in audio at Vitavox in 1981 where he had his first experience in compression driver design and gained a masters degree in applied acoustics at Chelsea College London University in 1986. He then joined Tannoy where he developed the 'Tulip Waveguide' phase plug for their coaxial drivers on which he presented his first paper in the 1992 AES convention in Vienna. In 1994 Mark joined GP Acoustics, a group including KEF and Celestion, becoming Head of group Research in 2001. Since joining GP Acoustics Mark has pioneered the use of Finite Element Analysis in transducer design presenting a several papers on transducer design and more recently on enclosure design at AES, IOA and ISEAT conferences.
PD01: The Predictable Horn: The Why, How, and When of Horn Simulation (Presenter)