We are very pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Brandenburg will give a keynote speech about the developments in audio and music technology at the ISA2019 Award Show.
Music / Sound / Noises: Developments in Audio
Sound envelopes us all the time. While near perfect audio quality seems guaranteed today, a number of new technologies enables new applications. The talk gives a few examples: AI based analysis and synthesis of soundscapes or virtual / augmented / modified sound scenes in a truly immersive experience. Some of these technologies are motivated by a better understanding of hearing, of the way human ears and brain listen to the world around us.
About Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Brandenburg
Karlheinz Brandenburg has been a driving force behind some of today’s most innovative digital audio technology, notably the mp3 and MPEG audio standards. He is acclaimed for pioneering work in digital audio coding and psychoacoustics. His honors include the AES Silver Medal, the IEEE Masaru Ibuka Consumer Electronic Award, the German Future Award, which he shared with his colleagues and the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. Furthermore he is member in the Hall of Fame of the Consumer Electronics Association. In April 2014, Brandenburg was inducted as an innovator into the Internet Hall of Fame. He holds three honorary Ph.D. degrees. Dr. Brandenburg holds about 100 patents. He is a professor at the Institute for Media Technology at Technische Universität Ilmenau and former director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT in Ilmenau, Germany.