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Todd Ingalls is a media composer who works with interactive performance and experiential media systems. He is currently Associate Professor of Research in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University where he also serves as Chair of Graduate Studies. His research focuses on gestural communication and embodied media interaction, affect in music, and algorithmic media composition as well as novel mediated environments for stroke and Parkinson's disease rehabilitation. He is involved in both the Mixed Reality Rehabilitation and Participatory Culture groups at AME.

His research has been published/presented in venues such as the International Computer Music Conference, ACM Multimedia, DAFx, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, National Dance Education Organization, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, and IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

Todd's collaborative work has been performed internationally at SPIELART Theater Festival (Munich), VIA festival (Maubeuge), International Festival of Movement Arts (Bangalore), Cutting Edge Festival (Darmstadt), Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, and the Donaueschinger Musiktage, among others. He is currently working with Mary Bates Neubauer on a public art work commission by the city of Scottsdale and with Karen Schupp on a project supported by the Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the National Endowment of the Arts and the State of Arizona.


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