In my journey of experiencing classical through folk, rock, electronic to contemporary and modern electronic music, my creative goal with sound and music has always been to explore their potentials of enlightening deeper structures of consciousness by changing the states of mind.
(1 – music) I am a composer and sound designer for various media such as games, films, theatre and
(2 – research) a software developer interested in Human Computer Interfacing (HCI) in particular in Brain Computer Interfacing (BCI). My current research is on the development of a Neuro-Feedback Training (NFT) software for therapeutic use.
MA in Creative Music Technology for Media (ARU, Cambridge, 2013);
BA in Creative Music Technology (ARU, Cambridge, 2009);
BA in Cultural Organiser (EJF, Hungary, 2004);
[audio] SuperCollider, Max/MSP, Logic Studio;
[visuals] Processing, Jitter, Final Cut Pro;
[hardware] Arduino, IBVA (EEG), Neurosky (EEG);
2011-2012 Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge :
Teaching sensor technology [semester outline]