I am a post-doctoral fellow at CARLab. I am interested in spatial hearing and spatial audio technologies.
My main research interest is the individualization of Head-Related Transfer Functions (HRTF), which is required to generate high quality Virtual Auditory Spaces (VAS) with binaural rendering. My researches focus on methods enabling the customization of HRTFs from the only knowledge of the listener's head and ear pinnae morphology.
- P. Guillon, R. Nicol: "Head-Related Transfer Function customization by frequency scaling and rotation shifts based on a new morphological matching method". In Proceedings of the 125th AES Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA, Oct. 2008.
- P. Guillon, T. Guignard, and R. Nicol: "Head-Related Transfer Function reconstruction from sparse measurements considering a priori knowledge from database analysis: a pattern recognition approach". In Proceedings of the 125th AES Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA, Oct. 2008.
- R. Nicol, J. Daniel, M. Emerit, G. Pallone, D. Virette, N. Chetry, P. Guillon, S. Bertet: "Le son 3D dans toutes ses dimensions", Acoustique & techniques, No 52, pp 43-50, 2008.
- P. Guillon, R. Nicol: "Method and device for determining transfer functions of the HRTF type", Patent WO 2009/106783 A1, Sept. 2009.