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Katy Noland

Katy Noland

Senior R&D Engineer, BBC R&D
United Kingdom
Katy Noland graduated from the Tonmeister course at the University of Surrey in 2003. At Queen Mary University of London, she completed an MSc and PhD in the Centre for Digital Music, and became a teaching fellow in audio and music processing. After six months as a visiting researcher with a leading consumer ­ electronics manufacturer, Katy joined BBC Research and Development in 2011. Her research interests lie in the interaction between human perception and technology, and she has published work on optimal interlacing filter design, home viewing conditions and ultra-high definition television, human motion perception for high frame rates, and high dynamic range.
Sessions
  • IBC is the only exhibition we attend. It’s very important for those in the broadcasting industry.
    Jochen Albrecht
    CTO - Albrecht Electronic
  • IBC represents an important annual industry dialogue where the worlds of technology and media intersect.
    Erik Huggers
    CEO, Vevo
  • IBC is the exhibition that gives us the most exposure in the broadcasting industry. The exhibition is a really special show and is close to everyone’s hearts. It gets better every year and has got a great vibe.
    Anoushka Farouk
    Marketing Manager - TSL
  • IBC is not about quantity it’s about quality. Conversations we have are enlightening in every sense. Everyone is here to do business.
    Robert Lisman
    Director of Marketing - Primestream
  • The greatest thing about IBC is that it provides the facilities to network with industry professionals whilst getting great knowledge on new technology.
    Gina Canzano
    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast

 

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