Dr Dan Stowell
Lecturer & Turing Fellow
Structured machine listening for soundscapes with multiple birds, Automatic acoustic detection of birds, machine listening, point process models
I'm a senior researcher in machine listening - which means using computation to understand sound signals. Currently my research is all about bird sounds, but I have also worked on voice, music and environmental soundscapes.
I am an EPSRC research fellow based at Queen Mary University of London, giving me five years to research "structured machine listening for soundscapes with multiple birds". I am developing automatic processes to analyse large amounts of sound recordings - detecting the bird sounds in there and how they vary, how they relate to each other, how the birds' behaviour relates to the sounds they make.
£50,000 The Alan Turing Institute (01-11-2019 - 31-03-2020)
£506,360 Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (30-04-2014 - 29-04-2019)
Lachlan RF, Stowell DF and Clayton DF
£535,796 Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (03-06-2018 - 31-03-2019)