Glenn is currently Principal Architect of Convergence at Dolby Laboratories, based in Sydney, a role which relates to strategic development of opportunities related to communication and entertainment. Graduating from the ANU in 1994, he has worked in a range of start-up companies holding the key roles from primary technology development through to founding investor. He holds six degrees across engineering, physics, computer science, perceptual psychology, management and information theory. Glenn has recently been appointed an adjunct associate professor at ANU where he is pursuing collaborative research on precision sound fields and a guest lecturer in signal processing and entrepreneurship. With over 100 patent families related to spatial audio and communications, Glenn is one of Dolby’s most prolific inventors and leading researchers. Over the last 7 years, his main effort has been to lead the development of the algorithms and signal processing to create the audio experience of Dolby Voice – the world’s first multi-channel phone conferencing system. At present, he is investigating opportunities in areas including fully immersive and augmented communication systems. His particular are of interest is the future of connected ears and managing the balance of social utility, cacophony and privacy issues as wearable audio products change the way the world communicates.