Dr Charalampos Saitis
Lecturer in Digital Music Processing
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number: Engineering, Eng 111Office Hours: Thursday 16:00-17:00
Interactive Digital Multimedia Techniques (Postgraduate)
This is a Master's level course in developing real-time interactive digital media systems. The course will focus on graphics and sound programming, with a secondary emphasis on basic electronic hardware design for sensors and human-computer interfaces. The course will employ widely-used development environments including Arduino, Processing Max/MSP and Jitter, Processing. Course material will be delivered through a combination of lectures, interactive lab sessions, and individual/group exercises (both in and out of class). Generally speaking, each class period will consist of a combination of lecture and interactive lab session.
Signals and Information (Undergraduate)
This first year module introduces the fundamentals of signals, Fourier Series, information theory and signal statistics. Topics covered include: signal fundamentals such as discrete versus continuous time signals; signal average, energy and power; orthogonality; Fourier Series. The module also provides an introduction to information theory, including the information measure, entropy and the binary symmetric channel. Basic ideas in statistics will also be introduced. It will be taught by a combination of lectures, tutorials and labs.
- Auditory perception and cognition
- Crossmodal correspondences
- Musical acoustics
- Musical haptics
- Musician-instrument interaction
- Affective computing
Saitis C, Kalimeri K (2018). Multimodal Classification of Stressful Environments in Visually Impaired Mobility Using EEG and Peripheral Biosignals. nameOfConference