Shubhr Singh


I am currently a PhD student in Artificial Intelligence and Music at Queen Mary University of London’s Centre for Digital Music and also an enrichment student at The Alan Turing Institute,UK. My research centers on developing graph neural network models to enhance the recognition of environmental sounds and musical elements. I have a particular interest in constructing models that treat sounds as graphs, connecting various regions across frequency and time to create a detailed representation of the audio object. I am jointly supervised by Dr Emmanouil Benetos, Dr Huy Phan and Dr Dan Stowell and am very grateful to be funded by the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music.

In addition to my research, I am deeply committed to the study of Indian classical music, learning under the esteemed guidance of Ustad Dharambir Singh and Vidushi Roopa Panesar.