WiMIR mentoring round 2019 kickoff

The fourth round of the WiMIR mentoring program is about to start,  mentors and mentees have been matched and introduced  to each other by the Mentoring Program Committee.  Participants come from Europe, North and South America,  Oceania and for the first time from Africa. Thanks everyone for contributing and keeping your commitment! Happy mentoring!

WiMIR mentoring 2019 participants

Mentoring Program Committee

  • Johanna Devaney, Brooklyn College, US
  • Ryan Groves, Melodrive, Germany
  • Blair Kaneshiro, Stanford University, US
  • Anja Volk, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Peer Mentoring Coordinators

  • Hendrik Vincent Koops, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
  • Vincent Lostanlen, New York University, US

Our mentees reside in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, and United States. They represent a diverse field of interests and backgrounds, such as artificial intelligence, signal processing, natural language processing, musicology, applied mathematics, computer science, audio signal processing, psychoacoustics, human computer interactive performance, computational musicology, music perception and cognition, data science, complex system, acoustics, physics, machine learning, software engineering, ethnomusicology, composition, music therapy, neuroscience, and psychology.

We thank our generous mentors from Europe, North and South America, Asia and Oceania for dedicating their time to this program:

Kat Agres, IHPC (A*STAR), Singapore
Steinunn Arnardottir, Native Instruments GmbH, Germany
Thomas Arvanitidis, MUSIC Tribe, United Kingdom
Andreas Arzt, Johannes Kepler University, Austria
Ana M. Barbancho, Universidad de Málaga, Spain
Isabel Barbancho, Universidad de Malaga, Spain
Dogac Basaran, IRCAM, France
Christine Bauer, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Amy Beeston, University of Leeds, UK (Scotland)
Brian Bemman, Aalborg University, Denmark
Francesco Bigoni, Aalborg University – Copenhagen, Denmark
Rachel Bittner, Spotify, United States
Tom Butcher, Microsoft, USA
Marcelo Caetano, Freelance, Argentina
Mark Cartwright, Apple, UK
Doga Cavdir, CCRMA, Stanford University, United States
JOe Cheri Ross, Linkedin, India
Srikanth Cherla, Jukedeck, Sweden
Orchisama Das, Stanford University (CCRMA), United States
Matthew Davies, INESC TEC, Portugal
Andrew Demetriou, TU Delft, Netherlands
Chris Donahue, UC San Diego, US
Jonathan Driedger, Chordify, Germany/The Netherlands
Andrew Elmsley, Melodrive, Germany
Philippe Esling, IRCAM – Sorbonnes Universités, France
Sebastian Ewert, Waikato University, New Zealand
Ichiro Fujinaga, McGill University, Canada
Fabien Gouyon, Pandora, UK/Portugal
Ryan Groves, Melodrive Inc., Germany
Blair Kaneshiro, Stanford University, USA
Thor Kell, Spotify, United States
Peter Knees, TU Wien, Austria
Hendrik Vincent Koops, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Katerina Kosta, Jukedeck, United Kingdom
Nadine Kroher, MXX Music, Spain
Robin Laney, Open University, UK
Audrey Laplante, Université de Montréal, Canada
Alexander Lerch, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Mark Levy, New York University, United States
Michael Mandel, Brooklyn College, CUNY, USA
Ethan Manilow, Northwestern University, USA
Matthew McCallum, Gracenote, United States
Brian McFee, New York University, United States
Blai Meléndez-Catalán, UPF / BMAT, Spain
Gabriel Meseguer Brocal, Ircam, France
Meinard Mueller, International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, Germany
Néstor Nápoles López, McGill University, Canada
Eric Nichols, Microsoft, USA
Oriol Nieto, Pandora, USA
Sergio Oramas, Spotify, United Kingdom
Ritu Patil, Cummins college of engineering, India
Johan Pauwels, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Marcelo Queiroz, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Elio Quinton, Universal Music Group, United Kingdom
Colin Raffel, Google Brain, USA
Preeti Rao, IIT Bombay, India
Christopher Raphael, Indiana Univ., USA
Justin Salamon, New York University, USA
Andy Sarroff, iZotope, USA
Bertrand Scherrer, LANDR AUDIO INC., Canada
Sertan Şentürk, Pandora, Spain
Amina Shabbeer, Amazon, United States
Ajeet Singh, India
Joren Six, IPEM, Ghent University, Belgium
Jordan Smith, United Kingdom
Mohamed Sordo, Pandora, United States
Ajay Srinivasamurthy, Amazon Alexa, India, India
Bob Sturm, KTH, Sweden
Derek Tingle, IDAGIO, Germany
Christopher Tralie, Duke University, United States
Marcelo Tuller, INESC TEC, Portugal
Doug Turnbull, Ithaca College, United States
Makarand Velankar, MKSSS’S Cummins College of Engineering, Pune, India
Gissel Velarde, Moodagent, Denmark
Christof Weiss, International Audio Laboratories Erlangen, Germany
Chih-Wei Wu, Netflix, Inc., U.S.
Gus Xia, NYU Shanghai, USA/China

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