Pau Arumí home page

Welcome to my very-simple-web-1.0-tired-of-social-networks home page!

Reach me at: pau.arumi [at] barcelonamedia [dot] org (Please do not use my former iua.upf.edu mail)

I'm a pre-doc researcher at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and software developer on 3D audio at Barcelona Media, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

My interests include multimedia processing, dataflow systems, agile methodologies and open source.

A brief self introduction would be incomplete without the fact that I love python, both the monty and the language; and, not hard to guess, I do like cats (except when they repeatedly bit my toes insanely early in the morning on sundays!)

Thesis

(New) I find it hard to believe but I'm finally defending my thesis next Tuesday 30th 2009. The title is: Real-time Multimedia Computing on Off-the-Shelf Operating Systems: From Timeliness Dataflow Models to Pattern Languages. Find the thesis document in this page.

Open-Source Projects

The big one

Clam, the audio framework.

Some facts:

Smaller projects

Avatars

parumi at cia, parumi at ohloh, parumi at sourceforge, parumi at linkedin, Pau Arumi at facebook

Blog

My blog at wordpress.

Also syndicated in the planet clam.

Music

Debaser my indie-music band. Pretty inactive last years.

Sometimes I play the bass with Guillamino and Mazoni.

Here you'll find some videos of Guillamino band performing at PopArb festival.

Also co-produced/mixed some Bankrobber records:

Research

I'm currently working on a Phd thesis on multimedia data-flow systems.

Publications

2009

Olaiz, N. Arumi, P. Mateos, T. Garcia, D. 2009. 3D-Audio with CLAM and Blender's Game Engine Proceedings of the 7th International Linux Audio Conference; April 2009; Parma, Italy. -- paper (PDF)

Arumi, P. Amatriain, X. 2009. Time-triggered Static Schedulable Datafows for Multimedia Systems Proceedings of 16th Multimedia Computing and Networking (MMCN09) conference, part of the IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, in January 19th 2009, in San Jose, California. -- paper (PDF), slides (PDF)

2007

Amatriain, X. Arumí, P. Garcia, D. 2007. A framework for efficient and rapid development of cross-platform audio applications ACM Multimedia Systems Journal.

David Garcia and Pau Arumi 2007 Visual prototyping of audio applications Proceedings of 5th International Linux Audio Conference; Berlin, Germany

2006

Arumí, P. Sordo, M. Garcia, D. Amatriain, X. 2006. Testfarm, una eina per millorar el desenvolupament del programari lliure Proceedings of V Jornades de Programari Lliure; Barcelona

Garcia, D. Arumí, P. Amatriain, X. 2006. Extracció d'acords amb l'Anotador de Música de CLAM Proceedings of V Jornades de Programari Lliure; Barcelona

Amatriain, X. Arumí, P. Garcia, D. 2006. CLAM: A Framework for Efficient and Rapid Development of Cross-platform Audio Applications Proceedings of ACM Multimedia 2006; Santa Barbara, CA

Arumí, P. Garcia, D. Amatriain, X. 2006. A Dataflow Pattern Language for Audio and Music Computing Proceedings of Pattern Languages of Programs 2006; Portland, Oregon -- paper (PDF).

Arumí, P. 2006. Towards a Pattern Language for Sound and Music Computing Doctoral Pre-Thesis Work. UPF. Barcelona

2005

Arumí, P. Amatriain, X. 2005. CLAM, An Object-Oriented Framework for Audio and Music Proceedings of 3rd International Linux Audio Conference; Karlsruhe, Germany

Amatriain, X. Arumí, P. 2005. Developing Cross-platform Audio and Music Applications with the CLAM Framework Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference 2005; Barcelona

2003

Arumí, P. Garcia, D. Amatriain, X. 2003. CLAM, Una llibreria lliure per Audio i Música Proceedings of II Jornades de Software Lliure; Barcelona, Spain

2002

Amatriain, X. Arumí, P. Ramírez, M. 2002. CLAM, Yet Another Library for Audio and Music Processing? Proceedings of 17th Annual ACM Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications; Seattle (USA)

Arumí, P. 2002. CLAM : C++ Library for Audio and Music Master Thesis UPC. FIB. Barcelona

Linux Audio Tutorials

Audio Engineering Society (AES) 2005 Linux for Audio tutorial

International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) 2005 Linux Audio Production a 4 hour hands-on tutorial.

"Personal Computer & Internet", spanish best selling computer's magazine, 2005-2006.

Teaching