Duncan A. H. Williams
Duncan is a Researcher in the Digital Creativity Labs (Department of Computer Science). Prior to this he was a Research Fellow in Music with Artificial Intelligence, working on an EPSRC funded project on a Brain-Computer Interface for Monitoring and Inducing Affective States at the ICCMR in Plymouth, UK (2012-2017), a post-doctoral Research MCR at Wolfson College Oxford, and Music Technology Officer in the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, UK (2009-2012). Duncan studied signal processing and psychoacoustics at the Institute of Sound Recording (IoSR) in Guildford (Surrey University). He holds teaching qualifications from Surrey University, Apple Inc., and Plymouth University, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He was a co-recipient of a “Digital Humanities Teaching Award” at Oxford in 2011, was nominated by Plymouth Student Union for “Inspirational Teaching” in 2016, and was a finalist in the science communication category at Falling Walls (Berlin) in 2018.
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