Ph.D Candidate | Researcher | Engineer | Musician
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics | Stanford University
Camille is fascinated by the human voice as a means of expressive communication, and by the impact of one's experiences and environments on their voice. Her interdisciplinary research utilizes signal processing (DSP), machine learning (ML) and human-computer-interaction (HCI) techniques in combination with psychoacoustics and vocal science. She seeks to understand how current technologies leverage and position the voice to augment expressive, humanistic, and equitable technological interaction.