I'm a PhD student at the Open University, as well as a member of the Centre for Research in Computing (CRC). My research is about the automatic generation of dynamic music in computer games; more specifically, I focus on automatically generating dynamic musical transition for use in video games. My supervisors for this project are Robin Laney and Alistair Willis.
I graduated from the University of Malta in 2011 with a BSc (Hons.) in ICT, and went on to obtain a MSc degree in Games Technology in 2013 from the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
I'm currently based in Stockholm, Sweden!
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