Publications, Patents & Work

Some information about me: Resume

A little more information about me: CV

Publications

2016

Hantrakul, L. “Fidular: a magnetic and modular system for fiddles from Southeast Asia, East Asia and the Middle East”. Proceedings of the New Interfaces in Musical Expression (NIME 2016) at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. [Oral Presentation, Full Paper] Link

Hantrakul, L. , Kuc, R. Wilen, L. “Surrogate Soundboards for novel transmission of instrumental audio through the violin”. Proceedings of the 2016 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2016). University of the Arts in Utrecht, The Netherlands.[Oral Presentation, Full Paper] Link

Xiao X., Hantrakul L., Ishii H. “MirrorFugue for the Composer, Performer and Improviser” CHI’16 Extended Abstracts. San Jose, CA, USA. ACM 978-1-4503-4082-3/16/05.

2015

Hantrakul, L. “Surrogate Soundboards for novel transmission of instrumental audio” Senior Thesis for the Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics, Yale University. Advisor: Prof. Roman Kuc. Link

Hantrakul, L. “The Arrangement of Thai traditional music for non-Thai ensemble and Traditions” Senior Thesis for the Bachelor of Arts in Music, Yale University. Advisor: Prof. Daniel Harrison. Link

Xiao, X. Hantrakul L, “Conjuring the recorded pianist” (Book chapter) – London Piano Symposium 2015. To be published 2016.

2014

Hantrakul, L. and Kaczmarek, K. “Implementations of the Leap Motion device in sound synthesis, effects modulation and assistive performance tools” Proceedings of the joint International Computer Music Conference & Sound Music Computing Conference, Athens, Greece, September 14 – 20, 2014. [Oral Presentation, Full Paper] Link

“Mastering the Leap Motion” by Brandon Sanders. Technical Reviewers: Chen, R. Kuzma, J. Hantrakul, L. Montenegro, M. Packt Publishing 2014. Link

Hantrakul, L. and Kaczmarek, K. “Implementations of the Leap Motion Device in Sound Synthesis and Interactive Live Performance” Proceedings of the 2014 International Workshop in Movement and Computing [Extended Abstract, Poster] Link

Non Fiction

2014

Hantrakul, L. “The Teak House” Published as the monthly feature to the literary magazine The Common OnlineLink

Patents

Pat. Pending # 1601000261. Hantrakul, L. “A shape-shifting waveguide and interchangeable front-panel system for Asian and Middle Eastern Fiddles” Filed 20/1/2016 Department of Intellectual Property, Bangkok, Thailand.

Pat. Pending #1501005900. Hantrakul, L. “A magnetic and modular system for Asian fiddles” Filed 29/9/2015. Department of Intellectual Property, Thailand.

Pat. Pending #1501004501. Hantrakul, L. “A surrogate soundboard system for the violin” Filed 10/8/2015. Department of Intellectual Property, Thailand.

Workshops & Tutorials

Yale Open Music Initiative: “Open source controllers using the Arduino platform” New Haven, CT. November 2014

Flute Acoustics Workshop: “Designing and constructing a flute” with Dr. Larry Wilen, Yale Center for Engineering Innovation & Design, New Haven, CT. April 2014

DeKalb Path Academy Workshop: “The connections between Science and Art” Atlanta, GA. March 2014.  

Introduction to Physical Computing: workshop assistant to Jonathan Zalben. New Haven, CT. February 2014

Introduction to electronic music and controllers: “The electronics of electronic music”. Yale Center for Engineering Innovation & Design, New Haven, CT. March 2013

Invited Talks

SEASAC Arts Keynote, Bangkok Patana School, Bangkok, Thailand January 2016
Upcoming presentation on the intersection of science, engineering and art. The festival, themed “past, present, future” will be attended by over 15 international schools in Southeast Asia.

Bulldog Days STEM panel, Yale University, New Haven, CT April 2015

Selected as one of four students to discuss STEM at Yale during the university’s admit weekend. Presented on Surrogate Soundboards senior thesis, representing Physics and Electrical Engineering among STEM disciplines.

Bulldog Days Arts panel, Yale University, New Haven, CT April 2015

Selected as one of five students to discuss the Arts at Yale during the university’s admit weekend. Presented on Leap Motion Granular Synthesis research, representing Music and composition among the arts.

Happiness Lab Feature, The Grove, New Haven CT April 2015
Presented on STEMusic, the combination of Science, Technology, Engineering and Music

Yale Engineering and Science Weekend, Yale, New Haven, CT February 2015
Selected as one of four students to present and discuss STEM at Yale to the top 100 admits. Represented Physics and Electrical Engineering among STEM disciplines.

International Computer Music Conferece-Sound Music Computing’14, , Athens, Greece September 2014
Paper presentation on Leap Motion granular synthesis research

Awards & Fellowships

2015

YSEALI (Young Southeast Asia Leader’s Initiative) My Masters Project winner with the team of UNO-ASEAN and FutureU 
Bach Society Prize Link
Stanton Wheeler Prize
Chase Coggins Memorial Fund

2014

Joseph Lentilhon Memorial Prize Link
Franke Fellowship in the Humanities and Sciences
Morse Richter Fellowship
Alexander P. Hixon Fellowship
Paul Festerson Memorial Prize
Michael Manzella Fund
Creative & Performing Arts Award

2013

Richard U. Light Fellowship
Paul Festerson Memorial Prize
Creative & Performing Arts Award
Instructor’s End of Term Report on a student who has done Excellent Work

2012

Perspectives on Engineering and Science Grant
Creative & Performing Arts Award

2010

EARCOS Global Citizenship Award
Thai Ministry of Education Outstanding Youth Award
Trinity Grade 8 Distinction for Classical Piano

2009

IGCSE Music High Achievement Award for Top Score in Thailand

2008

IGCSE Top in Thailand for Mathematics

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