Nicolas Bouillot (Ph.D., Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers de Paris (CNAM-CEDRIC), 2006) is research co-director at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT). He was a post-doctoral researcher in the McGill University Shared Reality Lab (SRL), and a member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT). He is the main developer of switcher (a multichannel streaming engine) shmdata (a library for sharing data streams among applications), and SATIE (a 3D audio rendering engine for large loudspeaker configurations).

He likes distributed music performances, programming, team-based working, reviewing others' papers for Audio Engineering Society (AES) and the New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference (NIME) conference, audio signal processing, writing research papers, networks and distributed systems, composing and improvising music, data streaming, writing third person bio, and playing multiple musical instruments (but not necessarily simultaneously).

Curriculum vitæ: French, English

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