Robby Grodin

A developer and music composer living in Boston, currently working in the MIT Humans and Automation lab as a research scientist. As an undergraduate at Northeastern University, pursuing a dual degree in Computer Science and Music Technology, I am interested in the technologies that create, influence, and distribute musical information. I am also the founder of Conductive IO, a company devoted to moving music forward through the integration and innovation of new technologies in music, computing, and sensing. Our main project at the moment is Toscanini, a gestural interface written in Max/MSP. In my spare time I enjoy hiking, brewing (and drinking) beer, and exploring the beautiful city of Boston.