Thomas joined the Applied Acoustics division as PhD student in the Audio Technology Group in December 2020. In his research project he investigates methods for analysis and synthesis of room reverberation for virtual reality applications. His project is in cooperation with Meta Reality Labs Research.
Thomas received his MSc in Electrical Engineering / Audio Engineering from the University of Technology and the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Austria. In his Master’s thesis he dealt with multi-direction analysis in Ambisonics. Thomas is the main developer of HOAST360, the higher-order Ambisonic 360° audio/video player. You can try it out in the HOAST Library and find the sources on GitHub.
Publication Companion Websites
Below you can find companion websites with listening examples.
- Direct and Residual Subspace Decomposition of Spatial Room Impulse Responses (2022)
- Spatial Subtraction of Reflections From Room Impulse Responses Measured with a Spherical Microphone Array (WASPAA 2021)