Masters Student (alumni)
Hello! I’m a PhD. Candidate at TU Berlin and Associate Researcher at IDMIL. Current information on my current practices are below. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with questions and inquiries.
Human Computer Interaction
Music Composition and Performance
B.Mus. (Percussion Performance / Music in Technology and Related Arts) – Oberlin College and Conservatory (Ohio) – 2011
M.A. (Music Technology)- McGill University (Canada) – 2014
- PhD. Candidate – Technische Universität Berlin – 2021
- Notation Design Space Mapping
- Graphical Ergonomics
Laterality and Gesture Analysis
I am an associate researcher at IDMIL, currently pursuing my Doctorate at within the Audiokommunikation group at the Technische Universität Berlin with Stefan Weinzierl. My research is focused on the application of information design techniques in music notation. More specifically, I aim to investigate the mapping of visual parameters to musical parameters in the notation design space.
- Bacon, B. (2014). The Effects of Handedness in Percussion Performance. In M.A. Thesis, McGill University. Montreal, Canada.
- Bacon, B., Wanderley, M. M., Marandola, F. (2014). Handedness in Percussion Sight-Reading. In Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Movement Computing (MOCO'14) (pp. 112-117). Paris, France.