Howard R. Lieberman Educational Background
Post Graduate Work in Acoustics & Image Processing 1983-1984
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Attended MIT as a special graduate while working at Bose as an acoustician.
M.S. in Electrical Engineering 1980
University of Rhode Island
Combined digital audio, computer architecture, signal processing, electroacoustics and artificial intelligence to develop Musical Tone Origin Identification System Utilizing Pattern Recognition.
BS in Physics 1975
City University of New York, majored in acoustics and minored in both mathematics and music.
Designed Project Overtonalization: Built an analog spectrum analyzer to measure the relative intensity and phase of the overtones of musical instruments.
As president of Brooklyn College Physics Society built membership from under ten to over a hundred.
Presently studying music at Juilliard in the evening division.
Studied Artificial Intelligence at Harvard as a special graduate student one semester while at Bose.
Studied Industrial Design at Stanford one semester while at Apple.