Mathematics and Signal Processing in Acoustics (Research Scientist)
Psychoacoustics and Experimental Audiology (Research Scientist)
Thibaud Necciari studied electrical engineering at the “Superior Institute of Electronical and Digital Technologies” (ISEN) in Toulon, France. He graduated in 2006. The same year, he completed a Master's Degree in signal processing at the University of La Garde, Toulon (Master thesis: “Design of an analysis-synthesis interface of impact sounds based on physical and perceptual attributes of real sounds”). In October 2006, he obtained a doctoral grant from the French Ministry of Research. His PhD thesis in Acoustics, “Time-frequency masking: Psychoacoustical measures and application to the analysis-synthesis of sound signals” (University of Provence, Marseille, France), was publicly defended in October 2010. A particularity of this study was its multidisciplinarity because it required knowledges in both the psychoacoustics and signal processing fields. The research was conducted at the Laboratory of Mechanics and Acoustics, CNRS (“National Center for Scientific Research”) in Marseille, France, and the Acoustics Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences.