What We Do
Acoustics research at the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology is multifaceted, bridging the gap between music, engineering, and technology. Specifically, the lab focuses on architectural acoustics, musical acoustics, vocal health, and music education. Computer modeling and simulation, finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and machine learning are incorporated into research in acoustics, making technology central.
- T. Hsu. "Navigating and developing acoustics research and curriculum within the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology" (2015). 169th meeting of the Acoust. Soc. Am., Pittsburgh, PA. Invited paper.
- Y. Wang, T. Hsu. "Real-time tonal self-adaptive tuning for electronic instruments" (2014). 168th meeting of the Acoust. Soc. Am., Indianapolis, IN.
- T. Hsu. "Relating Acoustics and Human Outcome Measures in Hospitals". Invited speaker at the 2nd Annual Durham School (University of Nebraska) Symposium. (2012).
Timothy Hsu, Advisor
- Hongzhao Guan
- Jeremy Sparks