Pastiadis Konstantinos

Position

Assistant Professor

Studies

  • 2002, PhD, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University
  • 1992, Dipl.-Ing, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University

Contact

Post: School of Music Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece
E-mail: pastiadi@mus.auth.gr

Discipline

Musical acoustics with emphasis on psychoacoustics and signal processing

Research Interests

  • Acoustical signal processing/analysis. Musical instruments’ acoustics. Singing and voice signal processing/analysis. Statistical signal processing and time-frequency analysis. Non-linear phenomena/systems in musical acoustics. Recognition / identification of musical signals. Neural networks. Dynamic programming. Perturbation/Disturbance analysis. Imaging methods
  • Psychoacoustics. Psychophysical methods and applications in music and perception of musical stimuli. Computational models in auditory physiology, perception and production of musical signals. Development of tests/systems for the acquisition, processing and analysis of objective and behavioural data. Neurophysiological signal processing/analysis with applications in music perception. Multi-modal approaches

Classes

Under-graduate (School of Musical Studies, A.U.Th.)

  • Musical Acoustics Applications and Computational Techniques
  • Introduction to the acoustics of musical instruments
  • Educational technology in music

Post-graduate (in collaboration with other academics in an Interdisciplinary Post-graduate Studies Program on “Advanced Computer and Communication Systems”)

  • Natural and artificial perception
  • Audio signal processing
  • Natural language/voice processing
  • Multimedia production (lab)
  • DVD Authoring (lab)
Young Researchers’ Symposium in the framework of the course “Time in Music. Music in Time" ...
Young Researchers’ Symposium in the framework of the course “Gender, Identities, Music Education" Ta...
Young Researchers’ Symposium in the framework of the course “Time in Music. Music in Time" ...