Dr. Wu is an award-winning scholar, musician, and audio engineer. She has 10 years of diversified work experience in media and technology companies such as Universal Music Group, EMI, and Shazam. She holds a Master of Arts degree from Stanford University and a Ph.D. degree from the University of California Santa Barbara.Her research focuses on how music technology can augment the healing power of music. Her music has been performed in Asia, the U.S., Canada, Australia, South Africa, and Europe.
Embodied Sonic Meditation: Resonance of the Heart
Oct 2018, Berlin, Germany, IEEE (the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ) VIS Art program, interactive audio-visual exhibition
Towards Robust Tracking with an Unreliable Motion Sensor Using Machine Learning May 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark, NIME (the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression), research paper published, pp. 42-47. ISSN:2220-4806
Evaluating the Audience’s Perception of the Tibetan Singing Prayer Wheel in Electroacoustic Vocal Performance July 2016, San Francisco, the U.S., ICMPC ( the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition), research paper published, ISBN:1-876346-65-5
Dr. Wu received a 2-year research grant from AES (Audio Engineering Society), a “Young Alumni Arts Project Grant” from Stanford University, two UC Central Campus Fellowships, and a National Academy of Sciences Sackler Fellowship.