UW Data Science Affiliate
Department of Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS)
Juan Pampin is a professor in DXARTS at the University of Washington, for which he currently serves as director.
A composer by training, his research focuses on algorithmic processes for sound generation and music composition based on analytical models and live sensing. He has collaborated with many international performers including the JACK Quartet; with them he recently worked on Human Subjects, a composition using live EEG and EMG data done in partnership with professor Richard Karpen at the DXARTS Art + Brain Lab. Other research interests include data sonification, ambisonics, and ultrasonic beamforming.