Gershon Dublon is an interaction researcher and electrical engineer working with sensing, AI, and mixed reality to empower human perception. Currently, Dublon is a Senior Researcher at Sonos, focusing on applications of multimodal sensing to next-generation audio experiences. Previously, Dublon has published in Presence (MIT Press), Scientific American, IEEE Sensors, New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Body Sensor Networks, ICML, and others. Their projects have been exhibited in venues including Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, Mexico’s National Center for the Arts, Ars Electronica, and Sundance Film Festival. In 2018, Dublon co-founded slow immediate, an NYC-based creative engineering studio. They are a board member of Living Observatory, a Boston-based non-proﬁt focused on wetlands restoration. Dublon has an S.M. and Ph.D. from MIT and a BSEE from Yale.