• Fredrik Bajers Vej 7, B1-217

    9220 Aalborg Ø


  • Rendsburggade 14, 6-335

    9000 Aalborg



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Mads Græsbøll Christensen received the M.Sc. (2002), Ph.D. (2005), and dr.techn. (2022) degrees from Aalborg University in Denmark, where he is also currently employed at CREATE as Full Professor in Audio Processing and is head and founder of the Audio Analysis Lab. He has held visiting positions at Philips Research Labs, ENST, UCSB, and Columbia University. He has published 4 books and more than 250 papers in peer-reviewed conference proceedings and journals and has given tutorial and keynote talks at international conferences. His  research interests lie in audio and acoustic signal processing where he has worked on topics such as microphone arrays, noise reduction, signal modeling, speech analysis, and spatial audio. Dr. Christensen’s work has been recognized both nationally and internationally. He was a Villum Young Investigator and has received several awards for his work, including IEEE best paper awards, the Spar Nord Foundation’s Research Prize, a Danish Independent Research Council Young Researcher’s Award, the Statoil Prize, and the EURASIP Early Career Award. He has received major grants from Independent Research Fund Denmark, the Villum Foundation, and Innovation Fund Denmark. He is very active in the scientific community, particularly in IEEE and EURASIP, where he has served in various capacities over the years. Currently, he serves as Editor-in-Chief of EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing and as Senior Area Editor of IEEE Signal Processing Letters. He is Senior Member of the IEEE, Member of EURASIP, and Fellow of the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences.


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