Simon Schwär, M.Sc.

I'm a PhD student in the Semantic Audio Processing group, where we study how computers can help us understand music and musical signals. I currently focus on methods to quantify differences between audio signals in musically meaningful ways. This can be useful in many music information retrieval tasks, for example the analysis of a cappella vocal music and how singers adjust their intonation.

Even less information about me can be found on my personal website.

CV

Teaching

  • Assistant for lab course "Audio Processing Laboratory" (Winter 2018/19, Summer 2019)
  • Tutor for seminar "Audio Processing Seminar" (Summer 2019, Winter 2019/20, Summer 2021)