Assistant Professor, Music Technology
Morwaread Farbood's research encompasses topics in music preception cognition, computational modeling of music, and computer-assisted/algorithmic composition systems. She employs methodologies drawn from various disciplines including music theory, cognitive psychology, and computer science. Her work focuses primarily on the real-time aspects of music listening, in particular how emergent phenomena such as tonality and musical tension are perceived. In addition to her academic work, she performs professionally as a harpsichordist and is the recipient of the Pro Musicis International Award and First Prize at the Prague International Harpsichord Competition.