Deborah C. Egloff

Deborah Egloff

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Marcelo M. Wanderley

Research Interests

  • Vibrotactile stimuli/feedback
  • Audio-haptic musical instruments
  • Human computer interaction
  • Crossmodal interaction

Academic Background

Ph.D. student Music Technology, McGill University, Canada
MSc Architectural Acoustics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
BMus Music Synthesis, Berklee College of Music, USA
BMus Music Business, Berklee College of Music, USA
Sound Engineer Diploma/Tonmeister Zertifikat, SAE Zurich, Switzerland

Other Interests

  • Bioacoustics
  • Scuba
  • Alpine Sports
  • Mind, Music and Memory

References

2012 Conference Proceedings, 163st Meeting Acoustical Society of America, Hong Kong, HK. Paper presentation: “Vibrotactile music systems for co-located and telematic performance” Egloff, D, Braasch, J., Van Nort D., Robinson P., Krueger T.

2011 Master Thesis “A vibrotactile music system based on sensory substitution”, Rensselaer Poytechnic Institute, NY. Egloff, D.; Braasch, J. Xiang N., Krueger, T.

2011 Conference Proceedings, 161st Meeting Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, WA. Paper presentation: “A vibrotactile music system based on sensory substitution” Egloff, D, Braasch, J., Van Nort D., Robinson P., Krueger T.

2011 Conference Proceedings, Second Annual HCI Symposium, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY. Paper presentation: ”Synaesthetic Human Computer Interfaces”, D.Egloff, R.Grice http://homepages.rpi.edu/~gricer/symposium/

2007 RhEdBoA Productions Inc., “Dies Irae”, Multi Media Production; screened at the Berklee College of Music, “the cloud space”, Boston, and “zeitgeist Gallery”, Boston

2003 SAE Technology College, Thesis “Betrachtungen der grundlegenden Wirkmechanismen der Filmmusik“ (“Observations of Causal Mechanisms in Perception of Film Music”), The complete work is currently in translation, selected findings of the dissertation were published in the SAE Magazin, March 2003.