Takahiko Tsuchiya is a PhD student at the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, with the research focus on data sonification and algorithmic composition methodologies. He explores the merging and conversion between musical and non-musical experiences using music theories, audio engineering, HCI, AI and web technologies. He has graduated from the International Christian University (BA in Liberal Arts), Berklee College of Music (BFA in Electronic Music), and Georgia Institute of Technology (MS in Music Technology). At Berklee College, he worked extensively with Dr. Richard Boulanger, traveling and performing together in concerts, conferences and workshops in the U.S. and Europe, and developing interactive and educational systems for music therapists, visually impaired musicians, and professional artists such as Nona Hendryx. He currently studies under Dr. Jason Freeman, with whom he develops a mass audience participation system (MassMobile), online music programming platform (EarSketch), as well as sonification systems for biologists, security scientists, and for public outreach.