The Tenth York Doctoral Symposium on Computer Science and Electronics (YDS 2017) was hosted by the University of York’s Department of Computer Science and Department of Electronic Engineering on Friday 17th November.
The goal of the symposium was to bring together doctoral students from around the UK and Europe to share and exchange their research and ideas with others. The hope is that by bringing students together from a wide range of areas, we can promote interdisciplinary research, as well as allow doctoral students to gain experience presenting their work to colleagues.
The AudioLab had three presentations in the symposium from Alejandro Delgado Castro (Onset Detection via Separation of Harmonic Content from Musical Notes ), Kat Young (Boundary element modelling of KEMAR: Acoustic Validation) and Michael Lovedee-Turner (Investigating the use of Machine-Hearing for the Spatial Analysis of Binaural Room Impulse Responses).
The symposium was live-streamed to YouTube – so you can watch our presenters!
Well done to Kat who received a well-deserved ‘Best Presentation’ award.