Supervisor and Examiner

Supervision

PhD

  • (Ongoing, since 2017) – Raul Masu, NOVA University Lisbon – The Open Sonic Artifact: Meaning, Authorship, and Appropriation of Sonic Interactive Systems
  • (Ongoing, since 2019) – Martyn Broadhead, University of Greenwich – An investigation into how interactive 3D environments can be used to support literacy in Dyslexia and other Specific Learning Differences

MA/MSc

  • 2020 – John Lee, Aalto University – Seeing Sound: How to generate visual artworks by analysing a music track and representing it in terms of emotion analysis and musical features?
  • 2019 – Sourya Sen, Aalto University – Developing a hybrid video synthesis platform for audiovisual performance and composition
  • 2017 – Fernando Visockis, Aalto University – Plays of Proximity and Distance: Gesture-Based Interaction and Visual Music
  • 2015 – Suse Miessner, Aalto University – Urban alphabets: A smartphone application to change public space for the user
  • 2014 – Gabriel Motta Ferreira, Tallinn University – Transmedia Storytelling: Planning and Keeping the Integrity of the Pro-Active Franchise “Above” 
  • 2014 – Antra Balode, Tallinn University – Audience engagement strategies design in multi-platform TV series project “Above”
  • 2012 – Forrest Oliphant, Aalto University – Meemoo: Hackable Web App Framework
  • 2011 – Petri Ruikka, Aalto University – Arch of Neo: Audiovisual Performance and Video Work Exploring the Convergence Between Abstract Visual Music and Dance
  • 2008 – Tuomo Tarkiainen, Aalto University – The Audiotarium: A Concept for a Public Domain Sound Object Repository

Evaluation

PhD

  • 2018 – Rodrigo Carvalho, University of Porto – S+V+M: Relationships Between the Sound, Visual and Movement Domains In Interactive Systems 
  • 2015 – Kai Kuikkaniemi, Aalto Univrsity – Producing Live Participation With Big Screens

MPhil Upgrade

  • 2019 – Susana Gómez Larrañaga, University of Greenwich – The Sedimentation of the Digital Object: Alternative Memories of Ruination

MA/MSc

  • 2018 – Camilo Carranco, Aalto University – Vibrating Instruments In Virtual Reality: A cohesive approach to the design of Virtual Reality Musical Instruments
  • 2018 – Eduardo Gomes, University of Madeira – Sonification of Gaming Experiences
  • 2017 – Rasmus Rattas, Tallinn University – Co-designing Mobile Music Making Apps for Novice Users
  • 2017 – Marco Leão, University of Madeira – Understanding Users’ Motivations for Wearable Activity Tracker Use
  • 2017 – Erika Silva, University of Madeira – Keepers of Intheris: Uma produção audiovisual de animação em 3D
  • 2016 – Juuso Patrikainen, Aalto University – Visualizing the Sounds of Paltamo
  • 2015 – Krisjanis Rijnieks, Aalto University – ofxPiMapper: Projection Mapping Tool for the Raspberry Pi
  • 2015 – Chao An, Aalto University – Designing for Collaboration: A Study of Knowledge Work Collaboration and a Concept Design for a Large Touchscreen-Based Groupware System
  • 2014 – Markku Ruotsalainen, Aalto University – Remixing experience
  • 2013 – Tero Vanttinen, Aalto University – Live Music for Moving Images: Experimenting with customized musical instruments, sound systems, and performance techniques
  • 2012 – Lauri Kainulainen, Aalto University – Dotted Landscape: Constructive research into interactive displays in public space
  • 2011 – Jonathan Cremieux, Aalto University – Fulldome Content Production: A Bricoleur’s Approach
  • 2010 – Viljo Malmberg, Aalto University – Iris: A Circular Polyrhythmic Music Sequencer
  • 2009 – Kalle Jarva, Aalto University – Dreams, Bytes and Dust: Explorations in Audiovisual Space & Beyond