Ph.D. Researcher (alumni)
Ph.D. Music Technology
Supervisor: Prof. Marcelo M. Wanderley, Theodorus van de Ven (Pulp and Paper Research Centre)
Research Project: Development of Home-Made Sensors for DMI Prototyping
The aim of my PhD is to provide the MusicTech Community with dedicated custom sensors for Computer Interaction. If many sensors are currently used by researchers, there are still some limitations in terms of price, shapes and sizes. Also, many people do not use industrial sensors correctly and often think they are too fragile.
We have already developed a complete set of contact sensors (position, pressure, traction, strain and air pressure (blow)) using sensitive materials and resistive technology. Do not hesitate to contact me to try them…
Gesture Control & Interactions with Electronic and Computer Systems
Home-Made Sensor Fabrication and Use for the development of Digital (Music) Instruments
Prototypes development – Applications using Low Cost ADC’s (JoyPad, AVR…)
Material Science and Chemistry for Sensitive Materials Development
Dedicated Interaction Methods and Interface Design
Engineering Processes and technology for Papermaking, Printing, Polymers, Textile and Adhesives.
1998-2000 CPGE PTSI, PT*, Lycée Couffignal Strasbourg, France
2000-2003 Ingénieur EFPG Section Transformation – INPG Grenoble, France
DEA Science et Génie des Matériaux EPFG/ENSEEG – INPG Grenoble, France
Master Arts, Sciences et Technologies, Laboratoire ICA- INPG Grenoble
- Koehly, R. (2011). Fabrication of Sustainable Resistive-Based Paper Touch Sensors: Application to Music Technology. In Ph.D. Thesis, McGill University. Montreal, Canada.
- Koehly, R., Wanderley, M. M., van de Ven, T., Curtil, D. (2014). In-House Development of Paper Force Sensors for Musical Applications. In Computer Music Journal (pp. 22-35). MIT Press.