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Douglas Turnbull is currently a Ph.D. candidate in computer science
and a NSF IGERT fellow at
University of California, San Diego.
His research focuses on computer audition, machine learning
and music information retrieval.
While at UC San Diego, he co-founded the interdisciplinary
Computer Audition Laboratory (CAL) with his advisors Prof. Gert Lanckriet (Electrical Engineering),
Prof. Shlomo Dubnov (Music) and Prof. Lawrence Saul (Computer Science).
He also works with Prof. Charles Elkan, Prof. Serge Belongie, Prof. Sanjoy Dasgupta, and Prof. Nuno Vasconcelos.
During his undergraduate
studies at Princeton University, he worked with
Prof. Perry Cook and
Prof. George Tzanetakis on a
music analysis software package called MARSYAS.
After graduating from college, Doug spent a year
teaching computer science at Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore.
More recently, he spent three months
in Japan as an NSF EAPSI research fellow working with
Dr. Masataka Goto and
Dr. Elias Pampalk on
automatic music segmentation.
University of California,
San Diego, La Jolla, CA, September 2002 - Present
Ph.D. Candidate, Department
of Computer Science & Engineering
Master Degree in Computer Science - June 2005
NSF IGERT Fellowship, September 2006- August 2007
NSF/JSPS EAPSI Fellowship (Japan), Summer 2006
Focht Powell Fellowship, September 2002 - June
B.S.E. with Honors, Department
of Computer Science, June 2001
Engineering and Management Systems Certificate
Sigma Xi Research Society, Admitted June 2001
Ithaca High School, Ithaca, NY
Graduated First Decile, June 1997
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Visiting Researcher, Tsukuba, Japan, Summer 2006
Conducted research involving the automatic segmenetation of music
Fair Isaac Corp.
Research Intern, San Diego, CA, Summer 2005
Conducted time series analysis research with the Telecommunication Fraud group
International Fellow, Singapore, June 2001 - June 2002
Taught courses in Data Structures & Algorithms,
Multimedia Fundamentals, Interface Design
Software Development Intern, Redwood City, CA, Summer 2000
Developed server side Java search engine for
Internet File System (iFS)
Intern, San Carlos, CA, Summer 1999
Migrated E-Commerce reporting tool from SQL
Server/Microsoft NT to Oracle/Unix platform
Computer Audition, Music Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Signal
Bioinformatics, Applied Statistics
HTML, dHTML, OpenGL,
SQL/Oracle 8, Pascal, SPARC and MIPS Assembly
Operating Systems: Unix, Linux, MacOS, DOS, Windows
Volunteer Coach for the UCSD
Sailing Team, Marathon Running, Rock Climbing, Soccer, Guitar, Banjo