Graduate Research Assistant, University of Guelph, 2016
David Wickland is a graduate student in the School of Computer Science. In the years following his undergraduate degree, he worked briefly at the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation designing medical devices to remotely monitor and communicate patient physiologic data before leaving to tour and perform in Canadian indie rock outfit Dinosaur Bones. David returns to his alma mater to combine his passion for music with his strengths in physical sciences and computing. At the IICSI, David is working with professor James Harley to develop interactive tools for sound spatialization.