Skip to main content
Research group

Signal processing, audio and hearing group (SPAH)

We research the processing, perception and control of complex signals.


We develop technological innovations related to both engineering and the human science aspects of acoustics.

Our main research areas are: 

  • active control of sound and vibration 
  • spatial and 3D audio reproduction and capture 
  • audiology, hearing impairment, psychoacoustics and communication 
  • signal processing for underwater acoustics 
  • bioacoustics 

Our work also extends beyond acoustics to: 

  • the fields of image processing 
  • biomedical signal processing 
  • human balance 

Projects and publications

Our people

My research focuses on the use of active control technologies to enhance the performance of systems in terms of their sound and vibration characteristics.
Associate Professor
Back to top