Giovanni De Poli

Dept. of Information Engineering (University of Padova), Italy


Giovanni De Poli is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Padova, where he teaches classes of Fundamentals of Informatics II and Processing Systems for Music. He is the Director of Center of Computational Sonology (CSC), University of Padova. He is a member of the ExCom of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Generated Music, Associate Editor of the International Journal of New Music Research, and member of the board of Directors of AIMI (Associazione Italiana Informatica Musicale), board of Directors of CIARM (Centro Interuniversitario Acustica e Ricerca Musicale), and Scientific Committee of ACROE (Institut National Politechnique Grenoble). His main research interests are in algorithms for sound synthesis and analysis, models for expressiveness in music, multimedia systems and human-computer interaction, and preservation and restoration of audio documents. He is an author of several scientific international publications. He has also served in the Scientific Committees of international conferences. He is involved in the COST G6, MEGA, and MOSART-IHP European projects as a local coordinator. He is an owner of several patents on digital music instruments.

Biography Updated on 6 March 2003

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