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Computational geometry unlocks a musical phylogeny...

Toussaint, a professor emeritus and researcher at McGill University, is a Radcliffe Fellow this year.

He is a pioneer in computational geometry, a branch of computer science that expresses algorithms in geometrical patterns. In his search for ancestral rhythms, Toussaint constructs necklacelike sound patterns that resemble the face of a clock. To read more, click here.