NEW YORK: The Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation Board of Directors and President Don Puluse, are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2010 AES Educational Grants for Graduate Studies.
Julieta LÃ³pez received a grant to continue PhD studies in the Department of Theater, Film, and Television at the University of York, UK. Ivana Andjelkovic was awarded a grant toward earning a PhD in Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She has an MS from George Washington University and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Belgrade, Serbia. This year's John Eargle Scholar is Diego Antonio Mora Mendoza. He will pursue an MS from Carnegie Mellon School of Music. Diego graduated from Pontificia University at Javeriana, BogotÃ¡, Columbia.
The Eargle award is given annually to a student who excels in both technology and music. Zana Corbett has
a Bachelor's degree from Kaunas University of Technology Arts in Lithuania and will study for an MS in Sound Recording at the Schulich School of Music at McGill University. Elie El Noune has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Computers from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. She will seek an MA in Music, Science, and Technology from Stanford University.
MaurÃcio JosÃ© Gargel studied Social Communications at the Universidade Metodista de SÃ£o Paulo and audio at the Institute of Audio and Video, where he is currently a teacher. He is entering the Master of Science in Recording Arts program at the University of Colorado, Denver. Alan C. Johnson earned a BS in Computer Engineering at Iowa State University and has a Master of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University. He will enroll in an MM Program at NYU's Steinhardt School. Jeanne Montalvo studied Foreign Languages and Music and Mass Communications at the University of Central Florida, and Recording Technology at Georgia State University. She also has a Studio Recording Diploma from Microfusa in Barcelona. She will enter the MM Program at the NYU Steinhardt School. Philip Parenteau graduated from the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, with a concentration in Jazz Performance and Music Technology, and will continue at McGill for a Master's degree in Sound Recording. Sergio A. Teran has a BS in Electronic Engineering from the University of Miami and plans to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology for a graduate degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering.
The AES Educational Foundation was established in 1984 to encourage the entry of talented students into the profession of audio engineering and related fields. Grants for graduate studies with emphasis on audio topics are awarded annually. Recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated talent and achievement and on faculty recommendation. Since its inception, the AESEF has presented grants to 200 students at nearly 60 universities worldwide. Grants have been made possible by contributions from AES, Inc.; the estate of John K. Hilliard; JBL, Inc.; the Mix Foundation for Excellence in Audio; and from John Eargle's Estate and the family of David Smith. We have also received support from other benefactors, such as in-memoriam donors.
Application forms and additional information are available from the Audio Engineering Society, 60 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10165, USA, or on its web site: www.aes.org/education/foundation/.
Photo: Don Puluse, President of the Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org