Andrew Wabnitz

PhD Student

Research

My research project is focused on spatial sound synthesis using compressed sensing techniques.
 

My research interests are in:

  • Higher order ambisonics
  • Compressed sensing
  • Convex optimisation

As part of my research, I have developed a multichannel room acoustics simulator, otherwise known as MCRoomSim. This is available for download from here.

Publications

  • A. Wabnitz, N. Epain, C. Jin and A. van Schaik: "Time Domain Reconstruction of Spatial Sound Fields Using Compressed Sensing," in Proceedings of the International Conference of Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Prague, Czech Republic, May 2011.
  • A. Wabnitz, N. Epain, C. Jin and A. van Schaik: "Room Acoustics Simulation for Multichannel Microphone Arrays," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics (ISRA), Melbourne, Australia, August 2010.
  • G. Saikalis, S. Oho and A. Wabnitz: "Hardware-in-the-Loop Real-Time Optimization of Electronic Controllers," in Proceedings of the SAE World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, USA, April 2005.