Erika Donald. “The Teaching and Learning of Movement in Cello Playing: Exploring New Technologies and Pedagogies”, Ph.D. thesis (Music Education), forthcoming. Co-supervised with Virginia Penhune, Concordia University.
Mahtab Ghamsari-Esfahani. “Evaluating the role of mappings in skill acquisition with digital musical instruments”, M.A. thesis, forthcoming.
Avrum Hollinger. “Optical Sensing, Embedded Systems, and Musical Interfaces for Functional Neuroimaging”, Ph.D. thesis, forthcoming.
Joseph Malloch. “Software Tools for Mapping Digital Musical Instruments”, Ph.D. thesis, forthcoming.
Mark Zadel. “Input Devices and Graphical Performance Software: Case Studies Using Different Strokes”, Ph.D. thesis. Co-supervisors: Marcelo M. Wanderley and Gary Scavone. Thesis defended on November 12, 2012.
Cléo Palacio-Quintin. “Composition d'Oeuvres pour Hyper-flûtes et Traitement Audionumérique Interactif”. D. Mus. thesis (Composition), Université de Montréal. Supervisors: Jean Piché (Université de Montréal) and Marcelo M. Wanderley. Thesis defended on May 17, 2012.
Rodolphe Koehly. “Fabrication of Sustainable Resistive-Based Paper Touch Sensors: Application to Music Technology”, Ph.D. thesis, McGill University. Defended on September 7, 2011. Co-supervised by Theodorus van de Ven (Chemistry, McGill) and Denis Curtil (Pagora, France). PDF forthcoming.