The Sound Interaction and Computing (SInC) Lab is headed by Prof. Mark Cartwright in the Informatics Department of New Jersey Institute of Technology. The lab pursues research at the intersection of human-computer interaction and machine learning with the aim of building tools to aid in the understanding and the creative expression of sound. To do so, the lab studies people’s needs and practices, researches new technology to meet those needs, and then studies how people use this new technology.
October 2021 - Big congratulations to Yu Wang on receiving a WASPAA Special Best Paper Award for our paper co-written with Juan Pablo Bello and our collaborators at Adobe Research: Nick Bryan and Justin Salamon!! A well-derserved recognition for her great work!
Ohshiro, K., Cartwright, M. How people who are deaf, Deaf, and hard of hearing use technology in creative sound activities. In Proceedings of International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS), 2022.
Srivastava, S., Wu, H., Rulff, J., Fuentes, M., Cartwright, M., Silva, C., Arora, A., Bello, J.P. A Study on Robustness to Perturbations for Representations of Environmental Sound. In Proceedings of the European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 2022.
Rulff, J., Miranda, F., Hosseini, M., Lage, M., Cartwright, M., Dove, G., Bello, J.P., Silva, C. Urban Rhapsody: Large-scale Exploration of Urban Soundscapes. In Proceedings of the Eurgraphics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis), 2022.