Project staff

Francis Knights (Fellow & Tutor, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge) studied music at the universities of London and Oxford, and has research interests in organology, cathedral music, performance practice and manuscript sources. He is director of the Cambridge Renaissance Ensemble and a busy performer and conductor. Website

Pablo Padilla (Professor of Mathematics, UNAM, Mexico City, and Visiting Fellow, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge; PhD in Mathematics, Courant Institute, NYU; Piano diploma Mannes College of Music, New York) has mathematical research interests in nonlinear differential equations and dynamical systems as well as applied mathematics to music (algorithmic composition, musicology and musical acoustics), biology, economics, finance and sustainability. Website

Dan Tidhar (Research Associate, Wolfson College, Cambridge) completed a PhD in digital musicology at TU-Berlin, has held numerous university research fellowships and is very active as a performer and tuner of early keyboard instruments. Website

Research Associates

Adrián Tonatiuh Ruiz (PhD candidate in Computer Sciences, Institute of Neural Information Processing, Ulm University, Germany) has research interests in machine learning, signal processing, computer music, computational bioacoustics and automated identification of animal species. He is also active as a performer in contemporary music and art projects. Website

Ivan Paz (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona)

Mateo Tonatiuh Rodríguez Cervantes (National University of Mexico)

Ben Grant (student summer project, Department of Mathematics, University of Cambridge)

Aditya Guha (student summer project, Department of Mathematics, University of Cambridge)