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Luis Gustavo Martins, PhD

Assistant Professor , School of Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University
Porto, Portugal

Research field: Computer and Information Science - Human-Computer Interaction
Audio Signal Processing; Semantic Audio Analysis; Computational Auditory Scene Analysis (CASA); Music Information Retrieval (MIR); Software Development (Marsyas)

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Biographical Information

Luís Gustavo Martins is a Professor at the Sound and Image Department of the School of the Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University (UCP), and a Researcher at the Research Center for Science and Technology in the Arts (CITAR), Porto, Portugal. He received his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Porto, Portugal, in 2009, with a thesis on the topic of sound segregation in music signals. His research is mainly focused on audio content analysis, sound processing and synthesis, and his research interests include signal processing, machine learning, perception and cognition, music information retrieval (MIR) and software development. More recently he has been exploring the use of tangible and multitouch interfaces for sound and music exploration and interaction. He is an active developer of the open source Marsyas (http://marsyas.sf.net) audio processing software framework.

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Professional Experience


2012 - Present
Assistant Professor at School of Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University
Porto, Portugal
2011 - Present
2009 - Present
Mar 2009 - Dec 2011
Invited Assistant Professor at School of Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University
Porto, Portugal
Education


Dec 2003 - Feb 2009
Sep 1999 - Jan 2002
Sep 1992 - Sep 1997
FEUP - Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto in Porto, Portugal
Engineering degree
Consulting Services

Marsyas (http://marsyas.sf.net)

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Porto, Portugal
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