Dr. Tiange Zhou is a composer, sound designer, and educator with a profound academic background. She earned her Bachelor's degree from the Manhattan School of Music, followed by a Master's degree from Yale University and a Ph.D. degree from the University of California, San Diego. Her exceptional talents have garnered recognition, including the American Filmatic Arts Awards for Best Sound Design in Short Films, First Prize at the Kirkos Kammer International Chamber Music Composition Competition, and a Gold Winner of Hermes Creative Awards. Notably, her compositions have been published by the esteemed French contemporary music publisher, Babelscores.   
Dr. Zhou's academic journey has seen her contribute to several prestigious institutions. Before relocating to China in late 2021, she served as a lecturer and collaborative artist at Yale College, the University of California, San Diego, and the Harvard Chinese Art Media Lab (CAM Lab). Currently, Dr. Zhou holds a teaching position at the Beijing Normal University School of Future Design and a teaching team member role of The Tianjin Juilliard School's Music Discovery program.