Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

David Znidersic
Graduate Student
Graduation Year: 
2004
Thesis Title: 
Rendering Spatially Distributed 3D Audio from an Audio Input Containing Multiple Stereo Point Sources
Advisor: 
Bradley Dickinson
Current Employer: 
Motorola

David Znidersic is currently a Senior Systems Engineer with Motorola, where he is involved with radio system infrastructure design, wireless broadband system design, and RF propagation modeling.
At Princeton, he studied primarily topics in signal and multimedia processing. His Master's project was on the topic of rendering 3-dimensional audio. The goal was to take a piece of music with a known spatial orientation of instruments and allow a listener to perceive the relative location of instruments to him or her. Before Princeton, David completed his undergraduate work at Purdue University, where he studied similar topics in electrical engineering.