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CIRMMT Student Symposium 2011 - List of Presenters

The CIRMMT Student Symposium takes place annually, on the day of our General Assembly. Students present their recent work in the form of oral presentations, poster presentations, demos or performances. Proposals are chosen by the Student Executive Committee in order to present a broad picture of CIRMMT research, from musical compositions to computational algorithms./Le symposium Etudiant du CIRMMT a lieu chaque année, le jour de l’Assemblée Générale. Les étudiants y présentent leurs travaux récents sous forme de présentations orales, posters, démonstrations et concerts. Les travaux présentés sont choisis par le Comité Exécutif Etudiant et visent à représenter la vaste étendue des recherches menées au CIRMMT, des compositions musicales aux algorithmes informatiques

CIRMMT Student Symposium 2011 / Symposium Etudiant du CIRMMT 2011

To view the abstracts / Lien vers les résumés: Student Symposium Abstracts

9:00-10:20am Oral Presentations 1/ 09:00-10:20 PRÉSENTATIONS ORALES 1

  • 9:00 - Charalampos Saitis: Investigating perceptual aspects of violin quality
  • 9:20 - Michel Bernays: Verbal expression of piano timbre: Multidimensional semantic space of adjectival descriptors
  • 9:40 - Frederic Chiasson: Koechlin's volume interdisciplinary project: results in scientific research, composition and computer-aided orchestration
  • 10:00 - SongHui Chon: Investigation of the role of timbre saliency in blending and orchestration


10:20-11:40am Demos and Posters/ 10:20-11:40 DÉMONSTRATIONS ET POSTERS

  • Finn Upham: Piece vs performance: Comparing coordination of audiences' physiological responses to two different performances of Arcadelt's Il bianco e dolce cigno
  • Sibylle Herholz et al: Neuronal correlates of imagined and perceived tunes
  • Meghan Goodchild: The role of orchestral effects on emotional responses to music
  • Daniel Donelly and Andrew Hankinson: An annotated data set for optical music recognition systems development
  • Steven Phillips: Interesting applications of composite materials to musical instruments
  • Jason Hockman: Fast vs slow: Learning temp octaves from user data
  • Cédric Camier et al: Aircraft cabin sound field reproduction based on vibro-acoustic model and inverse method
  • Sven-Amin Lembke: The relevance of spectral shape to perceptual blend between wind instrument timbres
  • EP Trio (Eliot Britton, Erika Donald and Benjamin Duinker): 3shot


11:40-1:00pm Lunch / 11:40-13:00 LUNCH

1:00-2:40 Oral Presentations 2/ 13:00-14:40 PRÉSENTATIONS ORALES 2

  • 1:00 - Philippe-Aubert Gauthier et al: Microphone array signal processing for the characterization and extrapolation of sound fields in aircraft cabins
  • 1:20 - Andie Sigler: A computational theory of melodic structure and implications for listener expectation
  • 1:40 - Amandine Pras: The impact of listening between takes and getting feedback from an external record producer on musicians' experience during recording sessions
  • 2:00 - Trevor Knight: Performance analysis and visualization in Open Orchestra
  • 2:20 - Vanessa Yaremchuk: Artificial neural networks for the analysis of gesture in musical performance

2:40-3:00pm Coffee break / 14:40-15:00 Pause café


3:00-4:00pm Keynote Address  / 15: 00-16:00 CONFÉRENCE INVITÉE

  • Stephen McAdamsMeasuring listening through time: Cognition and emotion