Prasanga Samarasinghe

FERL Fellow and Senior Lecturer

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Engineering Building (32), Level 2


Information & Signal Processing

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Acoustic Signal Processing, mainly recording and reproducing large sound fields using distributed directional microphones.


Dr Samarasinghe’s projects include High-tech Biodiversity Rescue, Active noise control over space using Spherical Harmonic Domain/Wave Domain Signal Processing (SONY), and Planar microphone array for spatial audio recording.


Dr Samarasinghe is a Future Engineering Research Leader (FERL) at ANU. She has an undergraduate Engineering degree from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, and holds a PhD from ANU. She is currently a research lead across two Australian Research Council projects and is a joint supervisor of the ANU Acoustic Signal Processing Group.

Activities & Awards

Dr Samarasinghe was awarded a Fulbright Future Scholarship in 2019. She is a Member of the IEEE Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing Technical Committee, and has served as the Chair of IEEE ACT Chapter’s Communications and Signal Processing Society. For more information, please see this link.

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