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Madeline Huberth, current undergraduate Physics student and principal cellist for the University of Michigan orchestra, spoke at the TEDxUM seminar last spring about her research into the effect of aural feedback on musical performance. As Madeline says in her closing, science and music do make a great ensemble.
"I think it’s just great, and I’m really proud to have helped make this happen. It was a stretch for us, but has turned out very well. The work she reports is part of the Honors senior thesis project she is doing for her concentration in Interdisciplinary Physics, " said Professor Timothy McKay, her thesis advisor.
Her talk is now available on YouTube at TEDx.