Here is some of my work beyond my published academic research.
I build wearable hardware that converts body motion into sound, including CAD design (PCB and enclosure), coding, motion representation and motion processing algorithms, and lightweight digital sound synthesis. My latest units run at 500Hz sampling with end-to-end (motion-to-sound) latency of 10ms or less.
As a university instructor I’ve prepared slides for lectures, presenting complex information to students in digestible form.
Earlier in my career I did a lot of work on the foundations of mathematics and logic.