Aengus Martin

I am a PhD student at CARLab. I am interested in using techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence to develop interactive computer music systems. There is a page, including a video, about some of my research here. When I'm not doing PhD work, I occasionally make electronic music and go scuba diving. I also lecture in Sonology and Audio Production to students of Sound and Music Design.

Publications

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Conference Publications

Journal Papers

  • A. Martin, C. Jin and André van Schaik, “Psychoacoustic Evaluation of Systems for Delivering Spatialized Augmented-Reality Audio,” J. Audio Eng. Soc., 57:12 (2009)
  • N. Kern, D. Weaire, A. Martin, S. Hutzler and S.J. Cox, ”The two-dimensional viscous froth model for foam dynamics,” Phys. Rev. E., 70:4 (2004)
  • T.R. Ní Mhíocháin, G. Hinds, A. Martin, E. Chang, A. Lai, L. Costiner, J.M.D. Coey, “Influence of a Magnetic Field on the Morphology of Zinc Electrodeposits,” Electrochimica Acta, 49, 4813-4828 (2004)

Dissertations

  • A. Martin, “Algorithms for Sonification: Smoke, Boids and the Game of Life,” M. Phil. Thesis, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, (2005)
  • A. Martin, “The Viscous Froth Model,” M. Sc. Thesis, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, (2003)

Abstracts

  • A. Martin, C.T. Jin and O. Bown, “A Toolkit for Designing Interactive Musical Agents,” Music Sound and Action Research Day, University of Western Sydney, Australia (2011)
  • A. Martin and S. Hutzler, “The Viscous Froth Model,” abstract in the proceedings of Institute of Physics (IOP) Ireland Spring Weekend, (2003)

Art Works and Performances

  • O. Bown and A. Martin, “Backgammon," Live Performance with musical agents at the 9th ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition, Sydney, Australia (2013)
  • A. Martin, “Isidore," Musical Agent Performance at Diffuse Concert, University of Technology, Sydney, (June 2012)
  • O. Bown, P. Hollo and A. Martin, Untitled Improvisation, Improvisation with Cello and agent-controlled electronics at Diffuse Concert, University of Technology, Sydney, (June 2012)
  • A. Zeman, B. Carey and A. Martin, Untitled Improvisation, Improvisation with Trombone and agent-controlled electronics at Algorithmic Improviser: Performance Night, Serial Space, Sydney, (April 2012)
  • E. Dorian, O. Bown and A. Martin, Untitled Improvisation, Improvisation with Drums and agent-controlled electronics at Algorithmic Improviser: Performance Night, Serial Space, Sydney, (April 2012)
  • A. Martin and K. Beilharz, “Windtraces," Sound installation Exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney (2011)