I am a Marie Sklodowska-Curie individual postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Medical Physics and Acoustics, University of Oldenburg, Germany. My research is on music perception and music signal processing. I studied Mathematics and Musicology at Humboldt University Berlin and as a Fulbright visiting student at the University of California, Berkeley. I obtained my PhD in Music Technology from McGill University, Montreal. My work was supported by institutions such as the European Commission (H2020), the Canadian Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Training Network, and the Audio Engineering Society. In 2017, I received the best paper award at the Int. Conf. on Digital Audio Effects (DAFX) in Edinburgh, UK. I am co-editor of an upcoming Springer handbook on Timbre: Acoustics, Perception, and Cognition.