Sebastian J. Schlecht is Professor of Practice for Sound in Virtual Reality. This position is shared between the Media Lab and the Acoustics Lab. His research interests include spatial audio processing with an emphasis on artificial reverberation, localization, panning, and 6-degrees-of-freedom virtual and mixed reality applications. In particular, his research efforts have been directed towards the intersection of mathematical filter design, efficient algorithms, perceptual aspects, and sound design.
Reverberation Enhancement Systems
Optimized velvet-noise decorrelator (Best Paper Award, DAFx)