Florian Hollerweger is an Austrian sound artist and music technology researcher. He develops artistic strategies for aestheticizing everyday aural experience in the context of sound installations and public listening interventions. Florian also does research on 3D sound spatialization by means of binaural room impulse responses and Higher-Order Ambisonics. He has performed, exhibited, and otherwise presented his work across Europe, the British Isles, the United States, Mexico, New Zealand, and Australia. At MIT, he lectures on sound recording and production techniques, procedural sound design, and music composition. Florian has previously lectured at the New Zealand School of Music (Victoria University of Wellington) and worked for the automatic audio post production web service Auphonic. He holds a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast.