Mads Græsbøll Christensen was born in
Copenhagen, Denmark, in March 1977. He received the M.Sc. and Ph.D.
degrees in 2002 and 2005, respectively, from Aalborg University (AAU)
in Denmark, where he is also currently employed at the Department of
Architecture, Design & Media Technology as Associate Professor. At
AAU, he is head of the Audio Analysis Lab which conducts research in
audio signal processing. He was formerly with the Department of
Electronic Systems, Aalborg University and has been a Visiting
Researcher at Philips Research Labs, ENST, UCSB, and Columbia
University. He has published more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed
conference proceedings and journals as well as 1 research monograph.
His research interests include
digital signal processing theory and methods with application to speech
and audio, in particular parametric analysis, modeling, enhancement,
separation, and coding. Dr. Christensen has received several
awards, including an ICASSP Student Paper Award,
Nord Foundation's Research Prize for his Ph.D. thesis, a Danish
Independent Research Council Young Researcher's
Award, and the Statoil Prize 2013, as well as prestigious grants from the Danish
Independent Research Council and the Villum Foundation's Young Investigator
Programme. He has served as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Signal Processing Letters, and is
Senior Member of the IEEE and Member of EURASIP.
Audio Analysis Lab
Filtering Methods for Enhancement and
Separation of Speech Signals (Villum Foundation, Young Investigator
CoSound (The Danish Council for Strategic Research).
Audio Processing (Danish Research
Council for Technology and Production Sciences, grant no. 274-06-0521).
(European Commission, grant no. IST-2001-34095).
(Danish Technical Research Council, grant no.
2013: Sound and Music
Fall 2012: Multivariate Statistics and Pattern
Spring 2012: Sound and Music Computing
Fall 2011: Multivariate Statistics and Pattern
Spring 2011: Matrix Computations: Theory and Numerical Methods
Spring 2011: Audio Design (with D. Overholt)
Spring 2011: Auralization and Sonification (with D. Meredith and
Fall 2010: Multivariate Statistics and Pattern Recognition
Fall 2010: Design and Analysis of Experiments
Fall 2010: Music Analysis, Cognition, and Synthesis (with D.
Meredith, D. Overholt and B. L. Sturm)
Spring 2010: Matrix Computations: Theory and Numerical Methods
Spring 2010: Auralization and Sonification (with D. Meredith and
Fall 2009: Multivariate Statistics and Pattern Recognition
Fall 2009: C/C++ Programming