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Dr Fernando Bravo

Dr Fernando Bravo

Postdoctoral researcher, TU Dresden


Biography:

Qualifications

PhD. (Centre for Music & Science, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, 2014).
M.S. (Integrated Electronic Arts, Iowa State University, US, 2011).
M.S. (Clinic Psychology, AEAPG, Argentina, 2006).
B.S. Honours (Psychology, UCA, Argentina, 1998).
“Alumno Extraordinario” Status (Music Composition, Sound Design and Film-scoring, UCA, Argentina, 2006-2009).
Professional Artistic Plan (Guitar Performance, Conservatory of Music “Manuel de Falla”, Argentina, 1994-2002).
Experience with computer graphics, 3D modeling, animation, and computer music programming. Classical guitarist and composer.

Professional Practice

Professional Practice as clinical psychologist (private practice, 1999-2010), Researcher and Assistant Professor in Personality Psychology at Universidad Católica Argentina (2005-2010), Consultant in clinical psychology and music education, National Education, Science and Technology Department of Argentina (1996-2005), Concurrencia status at Ignacio Pirovano’s Hospital, Mental Health Center #1, Buenos Aires, in severe child psychopathological disorders – psychosis and autism spectrum (2001-2003).

Research interests

How musical meaning alters the emotional interpretation of events at the focus of visual attention, influence of sound on the emotional interpretation of visual contexts, non-verbal interactive multimedia applications for the diagnosis and treatment of severe psychopathological disorders.

Funding/Grants

Queens’ College Walker Cambridge Studentship (2011)
Fulbright Summer Research Grant (2010)
Fulbright Grant (2009-2011)
Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Fellowship. Iowa State University College (2011)

Links

Music Department Newsletter (Iowa State University of Science and Technology)
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – News
Human Computer Interaction – AcceleGlove Project

Departments and Institutes

Queens' College: