Adam J. Hill

University of Derby

Adam is currently an Associate Professor of Electroacoustics at the University of Derby where he runs the MSc Audio Engineering program. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Essex, an M.Sc. in Acoustics and Music Technology from the University of Edinburgh, and a B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering from Miami University. His research generally focuses on analysis, modeling, and wide-area spatiotemporal control of low-frequency sound reproduction and reinforcement. Adam works seasonally as a live sound engineer for Gand Concert Sound, where he has designed and operated sound systems for over one thousand artists. He is chair of the AES Technical Committee on Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement, a member of the Electro-Acoustics Group Committee within the Institute of Acoustics, and a contributor to the World Health Organization’s Make Listening Safe initiative. Adam was awarded the IoA Young Persons’ Award for Innovation in Acoustical Engineering in 2019. He is a member of the AES, IOA, IEEE and IET.