NUHAG, Faculty of Mahtematic
Tel. +43 1 4277/50737
Location: Alserbachstraße 23, 1090 Wien
Monika Dörfler studied Mathematics at the University of Vienna. She also studied classical piano and jazz piano at the University of Music in Vienna. Since the beginning of her career, Monika has been interested in mathematic methods useful to the analysis of acoustic and (particularly) music signals. (Diploma thesis: Analyzing Music - Mathematical Tools and a Case Study; Dissertation: Gabor Analysis for a Class of Signals called Music)
Since March 2008, Monika Dörfler has worked with the project Frame Multiplier: Theory and Application in Acoustics in the workgroup of Peter Balazs.
Please see our publications list.
Monika spends most of her leisure time with her children Milena and Simon. When they are asleep or busy she plays and improvises on the piano, writes new compositions for and performs with her bands.