Eli Stine is a Ph.D. candidate in music at U.Va.’s McIntire Department of Music where he is completing his dissertation titled, “Modeling Organic Systems in Immersive Electroacoustic Sound.” During this past year, Eli’s music was programmed on the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States Conference (Oregon), International Computer Music Conference (South Korea), New Interfaces for Musical Expression and CubeFest (Virginia Tech), and performed at concerts in Philadelphia, New York, and Central Virginia. His sound design for a virtual reality adaptation of Kafka’s Metamorphosis (MetamorphosisVR) was hosted by Goethe Institutes in the Czech Republic, Estonia, and Berlin. Eli has published papers on multi-channel video and audio analysis and a novel multi-channel music software in the proceedings of the Sounding Out the Space Conference (Ireland) and International Computer Music Conference (Korea), respectively. He gave presentations at James Madison University, Hampden-Sydney College, and was invited by Society of Composers, Inc. for a residency at East Carolina University, hosting workshops, a work talk, and master classes over two days. Eli most recently traveled to Korea to give a paper presentation and performance, and taught at the Sonic Arts Workshop at Oberlin Conservatory. Eli holds a B.A in computer science and technology in music and related arts from Oberlin College and a B.M. in technology in music and related arts from the Oberlin Conservatory.