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Professor Santos Fernández received his PhD in physics from the University of Edinburgh. He had first studied telecommunications engineering and acoustics in Madrid and piano in Bilbao. Since arriving at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2001, his interests have been in musical acoustics. He is a member of the American Acoustical Association. Professor Fernández is a leading authority on acoustics of musical instruments and has taught many in-person courses. He is the prime mover behind the current design of this Academy.


Dr. Jeremy Ferreira is a lecturer in the Acoustics Group at MIT. Dr. Ferreira is the lead content developer of these courses and works on their development. He has been an active member in the Catgut Acoustical Society (CAS) and in the Violin Society of America (VSA) since 2004, when the CAS joined the VSA. He has taught acoustics for nearly one decade to a variety of learners.


Professor Adam Haynes is the author of 2 books and over 75 articles. He received a B.S.E. with high honours in aerospace and mechanical engineering from Princeton University in 1986. He received an M.B.A. with high distinction in 1991 from the Harvard Business School and a Ph.D. in Business Economics from Harvard University in 1993.


Antonio Caramillo is a musical instrument designer and maker. He has built pianos, trumpets, guitars, violins, flutes and many other common and experimental instruments. Now is the director of our Acoustical Laboratory.



 

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