Job Title: Chief Scientist and Retired Guy
Company: Immersion Networks
Status: Life Fellow
AES Committee: Journal Reviewers
Technical Committees: Audio for Games, Broadcast and Online Delivery, Coding of Audio Signals, Guidelines For Working With Metadata in Broadcast and Streaming, Semantic Audio Analysis, Signal Processing, Spatial Audio
Standards Committees: SC-02-01 (Digital Audio Measurement Techniques), SC-02-12-Q (Streaming Loudness), SC-04-09 (Assessment of Acoustic Annoyance)
Primary Section: Pacific Northwest
Chief scientist, research scientist, and analog circuit designer (both solid and hollow state).
Currently maintaining interest in spatial audio, signal processing, and human spatial and timbral perception.
In 1997, James Johnston was presented with the AES Fellowship Award for significant contributions in the area of bit-rate reduction audio coding.
IEEE Donald Fink Tutorial Paper Award
IEEE James L. Flanagan Signal Processing Award
IEEE Signal Processing Society Industrial Innovations award (with Dr. Brandenburg and Dr. Herre)
BSEE and MSEE Carnegie Mellon University
Bell Labs - Labd Tech/AMTS/MTS
AT&T Bell Labs - MTS/Sr. MTS
AT&T Labs Research - Sr. MTS/Technology Consultant/Technology Leader
Microsoft - Audio Architect
Neural Audio - Chief Scientist
Purchasers of Neural Audio -Chief Scientist
Immersion Networks - Chief Scientist and General Factotum
Analog Design Research (Bell Labs, Murray Hill)
Live sound (band and theatre)
Loudspeaker and venue design
Because I am.
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