Meet Dr. Véronique Adam Research Engineer at Goldmund...
Dr. Véronique Adam is specialised in the fields of electro-acoustic and digital filters. A key player in the continuous technology enhancement projects and research made by Goldmund, Veronique is responsible for the room modelling software used in our Home Theatre systems, for speaker design, and the Proteus technology developments that include the Leonardo time distortion correction used both in stereo and multichannel systems.
Veronique has nearly twenty years of experience in the field of electro-acoustics, and was previously a research apprentice at Laboratory of Electromagnetics and Acoustics (LEMA) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) – Lausanne (CH). While at LEMA, Veronique studied acoustic filter design (infrasonic domain), electrodynamics loudspeaker models, loudspeaker analyses and syntheses (amplitude and phase) and near field, interaction between sources, loudspeaker arrays… She is currently collaborating with the EPFL, HEPIA, and a leading company in the professional audio field in a project on the Low Frequency Acoustic Equalisation of Rooms Using Active Control Subwoofers.
Veronique holds a Ph.D. in technical sciences from LEMA and a Master’s degree in micro technical engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL).
Should you wish to meet with Veronique, the “All About that Bass” workshop at the Montreal Jazz Festival on July 15 at 1PM will be the place to be. (see our previous post today for more information on this event).