My main interests are related to musical interaction and the role of technology.
My research is situated in the fields of embodied (musical) interaction, augmented reality and sonification of movement. I am currently passionate about and working with motion capture and audio spatialisation technologies to enable and investigate synchronisation between musical players using movement and sound. This research is informed and guided by insights from the dynamical systems and (machine) learning literature.
I obtained my masters in electrical engineering at the KULeuven, a masters in international management at the University of Antwerpen and a masters in computer science applied to music at Sorbonne University. For the latter I did a research internship in 2018 at IRCAM in the 'Interaction, Sound, Music and Movement' team. I also worked as an application consultant for IBM and as an analyst for ESA.
In my free time I continue playing with music through piano, trumpet and various audio software.