Research

I have been heavily involved with researching customer behavior, 802.11 frames, multisensor data fusion, anomaly detection, and related issues as Director of Data Science at Nomi. More recently, I have been heading up Data at TodayTix.

My research in music perception and cognition has been concerned with the perception of musical emotions in interaction with voice multiplicity, the perception of musical rhythm, and the language of jazz harmonies. More recent work has dealt with Music Information Retrieval (MIR) in larger datasets. Prior to this, I had been engaged in life sciences research at Washington University in St. Louis as well as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I remain an active contributor and reviewer of scholarly material submitted for publication.

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