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Tapio Lokki
  Tapio Lokki, D.Sc.(Tech.)

Associate professor (tenured)
Department of Media Technology
Aalto University School of Science

Room: 3544, TUAS building  (building #37 on the map)
Street address: Otaniementie 17, FI-02150 Espoo, Finland
Postal address: P.O.Box 15500, FI-00076 Aalto, Finland
Phone: +358 40 578 2486,    Fax: +358 9 4702 5014,    
Email: Tapio.Lokki(at)aalto.fi  View Tapio Lokki's profile on LinkedIn



NEWS AND RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

[28.3.2014] Two radio interviews related to our PNAS article, listen to YLE/Kantapöytä and YLE1/Tiedeykkönen

[3.3.2014] Our article on music dynamics in concert halls published in PNAS. See press release (lehdistötiedote)

[17.1.2014] A blog post (in Finnish), related to Tekniikanpäivät2014 presentation.

[2.1.2014] A review article of our work in Physics Today. Read online.

[29.11.2013] I participated to live radio show on the quality of violins. Listen to it.

[29.8.2013] I was chosen to be a EspooAmbassador 2013, see more and a press article

[5.8.2013] An article (in Finnish) of the acoustics of Helsinki Music Centre (Musiikkitalo)

[10.6.2013] I gave a plenary lecture in ICA2013 and a keynote in ISRA2013

[5.6.2013] I received the ICA Early Career Award in ICA2013, read more in Finnish or English

[25.5.2013] I played demos to the President of Finland [in Finnish]

[15.5.2013] A concerto for piano and the loudspeaker orchestra at Design museum.

[26.4.2013] Good or bad acoustics in YLE/Strada and full "uncut" interview.

[15.4.2013] A live radio interview at Kultakuume program.

[2.3.2013] Article on the new spatial sound rendering method SDM.

[8.2.2013] The PhD defense of Raine Kajastila.

[2.2.2013] Article on the new analysis method for spatial impulse responses in JASA.

[24.1.2013] Article on the acoustics of Epidaurus is published in AAuA.

Research and Publications

Virtual Acoustics, i.e. concert hall acoustics, auralization, sound rendering, spatial hearing, HRTFs, room acoustics modeling, perception, psychoacoustics, virtual auditory environments, sounds in virtual reality, auditory displays, eyes-free user interfaces, reverberation algorithms, multichannel reproduction, reverberation enhancement ...
See more on Virtual Acoustics research team's
web pages.

Current research projects

Publications

Other scientific activities

 

Teaching

In the past I was responsible lecturer at the following courses:
  • ME4-4200 Experimental User Interfaces (for EIT ICT students, Fall 2013)
  • T-111.5501 - Seminar on Media Technology (visualization on acoustical measurements), see the results
  • T-111.5400 - Keinotodellisuus (Virtual Reality) (4 op) L (2008, 2007, 2006, 2004, 2003)
  • T-111.5600 - Special assingment in digital media (Digitaalisen median erikoistyö) (2-4 op) L (2007 ,2006)
  • T-111.5080 - Seminar, interactive digital theatre (4-8 op) L (2006)
  • T-111.590 - Seminar, 3D sound rendering. (2002)

All courses by Media Technology  –  WebOodi  –  Noppa

 

Other Activities

Some past projects and results

ERC Starting Grant agreement no. [203636] / the European Research Council under the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013). (01.07.2008 - 30.06.2013)
[Grant no. 119092], the Academy of Finland (01.08.2007 - 31.07.2012)
BLAAST– a spin-off company based on our research
Management committee member in Cost Action TD0804 on Soundscapes
http://www.hipui.com Development of eyes-free user interfaces for mobile devices (2008-2011)
Intuition - Network of excellence in vIrtual reality aNd virTUal environments applIcaTIONs for future workspaces (2004-2008)
Uni-verse - A distributed interactive audio-visual virtual reality system (2004-2007)
Auralization in slow motion. DEMO
EVE - The Experimental Virtual Environment at HUT (1999-2006)
SARA - Spatial audio and room acoustics (2004-2007)
TAKU - Modeling, desing, and control of acoustics of closed spaces. Tekes funded project 1999-2002. Final report in Finnish and in English of the whole VÄRE program (VÄRE = Control of vibration and sound 1999-2002)
DIVA - Digital Interactive Virtual Acoustics (1997-2002)
HeCSE - Helsinki Graduate School in Computer Science and Engineering (1998-2002). The description of my Doctoral Thesis.
Marienkirche - A visual and aural demonstration film (Presented in SIGGRAPH'98, Electronic Theater).
Demo Sounds in VRML (1998)
NETVE - NETworked Virtual Environments (1997)

Hobbies: playing floorball (OJy), used to play clarinet in (Retuperän WBK), family, gardening...


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