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Axel Roebel - CV


1983-1990  :  Electrical Engineering, University of Hanover, degree: Dipl.-Ing.
1990-1993  :  Computer Science, Technical University of Berlin, degree: Dr.-Ing.


01.2011-  :  Team Leader, Analysis Synthesis Team, IRCAM
01.2008-12.2011  : Adjoint Team Leader, Analysis Synthesis team IRCAM
10.2000-12.2007  : Researcher and Developer, Analysis-Synthesis Team IRCAM
04.2006-07.2006  : Edgar Varese Guest Professor, Electronic Studio, Technical University of Berlin
04.2000-09.2000  : Invited researcher, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University, USA
01.1996-09.2000  :  Assistent Professor, Communication Science, Technical University of Berlin
08.1994-12.1995  : PostDoc, GMD FIRST, Berlin.



2014-2017 : ANR Project Chanter, Realtime controlled digital singing. Coordination of WP2 on text to chant synthesis
2012-2015 : ANR Project Physis, Physically informed and semantically controllable interactive sound synthesis. Coordination of WP3 on low level sound representation
2011-2015 : FP7-ICT-2011 Project 3DTVS, 3DTV Content Search. Coordination of WP4 3D Audio & Multi Modal Content Analysis and Description.
2010-2013 : ANR Project Sample Orchestrator II Hybrid Sound Processing and Interactive Arrangement for New Generation Samplers. Coordination of WP2 Structured Instrument Models and Signal Transformations
2000-2000 : DFG Project Ref RO2277/1-1 : Adaptive additive synthesis of non-stationary sounds. Research scholarship at CCRMA