University of West London
Eugenio Donati BA BSc MSc
University of West London, St Mary’s Rd, London, W5 5RF, UK
The aim of Eugenio’s research is in the development of a novel system for electroglottographic measurements where deep learning models are employed to allow the system to self-calibrate for specific users, provide self-deployability and discard unwanted signals.
Prior to joining the doctoral community at UWL, Eugenio obtained a BA in interpreting and translation at UNINT University of Rome where his studies involved phonetics, phonology, phonation and linguistics. He then joined UWL where he obtained a BSc (Hons) in Applied Sound Engineering and successively an MSc in Digital Audio Engineering. As part of his MSc, Eugenio worked with electroglottography for the conversion of voice signals into control signals in music technologies applications which laid the foundations of his current research.
Eugenio’s academic experience outlines the interdisciplinary nature of his research which combines the study of human linguistics, signal processing, computing and electronics.
Tuesday, June 2, 2020