Dawen Liang

Dawen Liang 

Office: 7LE4 Schapiro CEPSR
Email:
Github: @dawenl

I am a second-year Ph.D. student in the Electrical Engineering Department at Columbia University, as part of the LabROSA, working with Professor Dan Ellis. My CV is available here, as of March, 2014. Prior to that, I obtained my master's degree in Music and Technology program at Carnegie Mellon University, working with Professor Roger Dannenberg in the School of Computer Science, where I was part of the Computer Music Group.

Education

Research

Some of my past research projects can be found here.

Experience

Papers

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Methods and Prospects for Human Computer Performance of Popular Music (to appear)

Roger B. Dannenberg, Nicolas E. Gold, Dawen Liang, Guangyu Xia, Computer Music Journal, MIT Press.

Active Scores: Representation and Synchronization in Human-Computer Performance of Popular Music (to appear)

Roger B. Dannenberg, Nicolas E. Gold, Dawen Liang, Guangyu Xia, Computer Music Journal, MIT Press.

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers

Speech Decoloration based on the Product-of-Filters Model [PDF]

Dawen Liang, Daniel P. W. Ellis, Matthew D. Hoffman, and Gautham J. Mysore, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2014.

A Generative Product-of-Filters Model of Audio [PDF]

Dawen Liang, Matthew D. Hoffman, and Gautham J. Mysore, International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR), 2014.

Beta Process Sparse Nonnegative Matrix Factorization for Music (Best student paper award) [PDF] [Code]

Dawen Liang, Matthew D. Hoffman, and Daniel P. W. Ellis, International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR), 2013.

Segmentation, Clustering, and Display in a Personal Audio Database for Musicians [PDF]

Guangyu Xia, Dawen Liang, Roger B. Dannenberg, and Mark J. Harvilla, International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR), 2011.

A Framework for Coordination and Synchronization of Media [PDF]

Dawen Liang, Guangyu Xia, and Roger B. Dannenberg, New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), 2011.

Teaching

Miscellaneous

Here are some notes regarding some topics I found interesting. I wrote these just for fun (and I think they will be useful sometime in the future). Therefore, there might be mistakes/errors in these notes. If you find any problem, please let me know.

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