Philippe Pasquier is a professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology of Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Communication, Arts and Technology since January 2008. There, he conducts both a scientific and artistic research agenda. His research focuses on building deeper theories for endowing machines with autonomous behaviours, with a focus on creative and artistic applications.
Affiliations: Simon Fraser University, SIAT
Position: Associate Professor
Main Projects: HSMM, BeatBender, Freepad, Cell Automaton, Eavesdropping, Beatback, Genetic Programming for Synthesizer Evolution, Map and Timbre Based Sound Selection, Automatic Video Game Level Generation, Memory Association Machine, Naos, EMVIZ, Aesthetic Agents, Automatic Calibration of Audio Synthesis.