Marc Arnela Coll
Dr. Marc Arnela is a researcher and a lecturer on acoustics within the GTM (Grup de recerca en Tecnologies Mèdia), at the department of engineering of La Salle, Universitat Ramon Llull (URL), in Barcelona. He is in charge of the Acoustics Lab of La Salle-URL. He holds a five year degree in telecommunications engineering, with a specialization on image and sound (2009), a MSc in networks and telecommunications engineering (2010), and a PhD in acoustic engineering (2015), all earned at La Salle-URL. He also has a professional degree in music education, specializing in piano (2009), from the conservatori municipal de música de Barcelona. His main research interests include the numerical simulation of the human voice, the design and experimental testing of parametric acoustic arrays (loudspeakers made of ultrasound transducers), the acoustic black hole effect applied to ducts and plates, and the acoustics of small rooms. He has participated in different R&D projects and published several articles in first rank international scientific journals and conferences. He is teaching calculus and experimental acoustics courses.
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In this project, we aim at the computational generation of expressive voice by following a hybrid approach. We will skip the inherent lim...