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Agnieszka Roginska

Vice Chair, Music Associate Professor of Music Technology

Music and Performing Arts Professions

(212)998-5141

Agnieszka Roginska is Music Associate Professor of Music Technology at the Steinhardt School, at New York University. She conducts research in the simulation and applications of immersive and 3D audio including the capture, analysis and synthesis of auditory environments, auditory displays and its applications in augmented acoustic sensing. She is the author of numerous publications in the areas of the acoustics and psychoacoustics of spatial sound, immersive audio and auditory displays, and is the co-editor of the book titled "Immersive Sound: The Art and Science of Binaural and Multi-Channel Audio". Dr. Roginska is President-Elect of the AES, an AES Fellow, and is the faculty sponsor of the Society for Women in TeCHnology (SWiTCH) at NYU. In 1996 she received a Bachelor’s degree in music from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, with a double major in Piano Performance and Computer Applications in Music. After receiving an M.M. in Music Technology from New York University in 1998, she pursued doctoral studies at Northwestern University where she obtained a Ph.D. in 2004.

Programs

Music Technology

Develop your expertise in an academic program that emphasizes creative experimentation and the integration of musical and technical skills.

Courses

Doctoral Symposium in Music Technology

Focuses on current issues in the field and brings to bear various research methodologies in reviewing current literature and developing novel approaches to the underlying problem.
Course #
MPATE-GE 3060
Units
Term
Fall, Spring
Faculty

Professors

Agnieszka Roginska ,
Department

Fundamentals of Digital Signal Theory

Theoretical and practical foundations for digital signal processing. Topics covered include signal representation in time and frequency domains. Fourier transform, spectrum analysis, transfer functions, convolution, filter theory and implementation. Lectures are reinforced with a co-requisite weekly lab using Matlab.
Course #
MPATE-GE 2599
Units
3
Term
Fall, Spring, Summer
Faculty

Professors

Agnieszka Roginska ,
Department

Musical Acoustics

An introduction to the field of acoustics emphasizing sound production by musical instruments, propagation of sound from source to listener (including electronic reproduction), and psychoacoustics perception of sound.
Course #
MPATE-UE 1035
Units
3
Term
Fall, Summer
Faculty

Professors

Agnieszka Roginska ,
Department

Thesis in Music Technology

Master’s thesis preparation & presentation class. The class will cover academic writing, research methods, testing with human subjects, data analysis, oral presentation techniques, & feature class discussions about published papers & theses. It will conclude with an oral thesis defense required of all graduating master’s students.
Course #
MPATE-GE 2626
Units
1
Term
Fall, Spring, Summer
Faculty

Professors

Agnieszka Roginska ,
Department