Dr David Meng is a Senior Research Engineer within the Signal Processing Department at the National Acoustic Laboratories. He has developed a strong interest in sound-field based acoustic research from previous works in the anechoic chamber at University of New South Wales. Dr Meng joined the KIT-Macquarie Brain Research Laboratory at Macquarie University in 2013 and thereafter started to grow a continuous curiosity in the functions of human auditory brain. Using Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and Electroencephalography (EEG), he started pursing a PhD in 2015 and investigated brain markers of speech & language processing among normal hearing participants and Cochlear Implant users. He also conducted a postdoctoral project and investigated the neural mechanism of articulator motor control during speech production.
PhD (Cognitive Science, 2018), Macquarie University
MPhil (Electrical Engineering, 2009), University of New South Wales
MEngSci (Electrical Engineering, 2007), University of New South Wales
BE (Electronics Engineering, 2005), University of Electronic Science and Technology of China