I've come to the biological sciences from a career in the tech industry, where I was involved in the development of novel loudspeaker, microphone and spatial audio technologies. I have a masters degree from the University of Sydney, and my primary areas of expertise are electro-acoustics, audio signal processing and finite element simulation. I also like to climb rocks.
Project: Detection, Analysis and Evolution of Blue Whale Vocal Behaviors
Supervised by: Professor Tracey Rogers & Dr Matthew McCurry
Project Description: My work involves developing new methods and tools for detecting, and analyzing animal vocalisations within very large audio datasets, and using those methods to study the vocal behaviors of blue whales.