Josefin Lindebrink (b. 1986) is a swedish acoustician, sound artist, and independent researcher primarily concerned with perceptual studies of acoustic environments. Through acoustic modeling (auralization), spatialized sound composition and field recording her body of work aims to explore the connections between auditory/haptic sensation and the experience of space.

Her work has been presented at ISEA2016, Hong Kong; MMHL Artefact, Leuven; the CMRC 35th Anniversary, Athens; Uferstudios, Berlin; Fylkingen, Stockholm; Acentech, Boston; and Laboratorio Sensorial, Guadalajara. Her talks on acoustics, sound perception and auralization have been hosted by institutions such as the IEEE Signal Processing Chapter & the University of Auckland; Berklee College of Music, Boston; Escuela Superior de Arquitectura,Guadalajara; Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, Stockholm; HackerspaceSG,Singapore and EMS (Elektronmusikstudion), Stockholm.  She is a board member of the association for new and experimental work within contemporary performance art, Fylkingen, and  the former swedish representative for the organization European Acoustics Associations Young Acousticians Network.

Her work as an acoustician centers around the acoustical design of built space and teaching. She trains architects, acousticians, audiologists, urban planners, performance artists and musicians in architectural acoustics, sound perception and field recording. With a background in audio electronics, engineering and music she later obtained a Master’s degree in Sound & Vibration at Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden.