Prof Gan Woon Seng is Professor of Audio Engineering in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in NTU. He is also Director, Smart Nation Lab, Centre for Information Sciences and Systems. His research has been concerned with the connections between the physical world, signal processing and sound control, which resulted in the practical demonstration and licensing of spatial audio algorithms, directional sound beam, and active noise control for headphones.
Prof Gan's research interests include directional sound beam (AUDIO BEAM SYSTEM), active noise control, adaptive signal processing, psycho-acoustical signal processing, and spatial/3D audio processing. He has published more than 300 international refereed journals and conferences, and has translated his research into 6 granted patents. He is skilled in Matlab, Digital Signal Processing, Digital Signal Processors, Embedded Systems, and Signal Processing.
Developing an audio intelligence system based on artificial intelligence and signal processing techniques to distinguish different types of sound, such as car crash sounds, music and coughing, and to identify the source of the sound. This system could be combined with CCTV systems to improve the emergency response capability of emergency personnel by detecting the source of sound and location of the incident.
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