Sanna Wager
Applied Scientist, Amazon Lab126
PhD Candidate, Indiana University

I'm an applied scientist at Amazon Lab126, working on music and audio. I'm finishing my PhD in the Music track at the Indiana University Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. I worked in the SAIGE lab advised by Prof. Minje Kim. My undergraduate degree was in Bassoon Performance at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, studying under Prof. Kathleen McLean.

My thesis title is "Deep autotuner: a data-driven approach to singing pitch correction". My focus lies in music representation in technology, audio signal processing, and technology that creates opportunities to participate in music making.