ABOUT ME

I am a PhD student at the University of Southampton. My research focuses on developing low-cost  and power-efficient acoustic monitoring tools for biodiversity and the environment. My main research contribution is AudioMoth, part of the Open Acoustic Devices team's research outputs. My mission is to develop affordable and accessible conservation tools using the power of open-science. 

PUBLICATIONS

AUDIOMOTH: EVALUATION OF A SMART OPEN ACOUSTIC DEVICE FOR MONITORING BIODIVERSITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

A. P. Hill, P. Prince, E. Pina Covarrubias, C. P. Doncaster, J. L. Snaddon and A. Rogers.

AN APPROACH TO IMMERSIVE AUDIO RENDERING WITH WAVE FIELD SYNTHESIS FOR 3D MULTIMEDIA CONTENT

H. Lim, C. Kim, E. Ekmekcioglu, S. Dogan, A. P. Hill, A.M. Kondoz, and X. Shi

SOUND LOCALISATION FOR 3D MULTIMEDIA STREAMING

H. Lim, C. Ozcinar, A. P. Hill, A. M. Kondoz