Digital Musicology at the École Féderale Polytechnique de Lausanne
Martin Rohrmeier studied musicology, philosophy, and mathematics at the University of Bonn. He has worked as a researcher at Microsoft, FU Berlin and MIT. In Oct 2014 he joined TU Dresden as Open-Topic-professor for music cognition. Since 2017 he has been Professor for Digital Musicology at the École Féderale Polytechnique de Lausanne, where he directs the Digital and Cognitive Musicology Lab. His main research interests are digital and cognitive musicology, corpus analysis, music theory and analysis, as well as philosophy of language and music. He holds a PhD in musicology from Cambridge Univ (UK).