Eoin Callery is an Irish artist and researcher developing interactive virtual acoustic technologies. Previously, he lectured at CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics) at Stanford University and is currently directing the Composition and Creative Music Practice MA in The Irish World Academy of Music and Dance. Information about his work and recent performances can be found at eoincallerysound.com.
My creative and research practices focus on electro-acoustic systems relating to chamber music, performance space augmentation, and sound installation. Much of this work is now focused on utilizing virtual acoustics as a method for exploring the possibilities of audio virtual/augmented reality. In particular, I am interested in exploring acoustic phenomena often feedback derived from both real and virtual systems in live situations, and embedding sounds or gestures into layers of automated live electronic processes.
2023 United States Patent 11589159-B2 - Networked audio auralization and feedback cancellation system and method
2020 United States Patent 10,812,902 - System and method for augmenting an acoustic space
2022 Contemporary Music Centre - Technological Mentoring for CMC Colleagues Projects relating to current interactive music technologies
2021 Music Generation - A detailed report for experts and non-experts on Internet Audio: what it is; possibilities; the state of the art
2020 Member, Audio Engineering Society - AES
2017 Represented Composer, Contemporary Music Centre
2017 Stanford University (CCRMA) - Lecturer and Adjunct Lecturer
2014 Stanford University (CCRMA) - Concert Coordinator at CCRMA
2016 Stanford University - Doctorate in Musical Arts
2010 Wesleyan University - MA
2008 Univeristy College Cork - BMus
Dr. Jonathan Abel - Joint Publication - Stanford University -USA -Ongoing collaboration into virtual acoustics research and digital sound processing
Professor Jonathan Berger - Joint Publication - Stanford University -USA -Ongoing collaboration relating to virtual acoustics reasearch
Elliot Kermit Canfield- Dafilou - Joint Publication - Stanford University -USA -Ongoing collaboration in virtual acoustics research
Professor Timothy Weaver - Other - Colorado State University -USA -Ongoing collaboration relating to virtual acoustics research for sound and multimedia installations
Elliot K. Canfield-Dafilou, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acosutics (CCRMA), Stanford University - Stanford, CA, USA; Eoin F. Callery, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acosutics (CCRMA), Stanford University - Stanford, CA, USA; Jonathan S. Abel, Stanford University - Stanford, CA, USA; Jonathan Berger, CCRMA, Stanford University - Stanford, CA, USA (2019) AES Conventions - AES Dublin 2019.