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CIRMMT Student Symposium 2014 - 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 2014 / Symposium Etudiant du CIRMMT 2014

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

General Assembly and Student Symposium 2014 overview

 

9:30-10:15am Oral Presentations 1 & 2 / 09:30-10:15 PRÉSENTATIONS ORALES 1 & 2

  • 9:30 - Andie Sigler: Harmonic and tonal analysis with pitch class sets
  • 9:55 - Jason Noble & Chelsea Douglas: Soundmass and auditory streaming: A perceptual study of Ligeti's continuum

 

10:20-11:20am KEYNOTE ADDRESS / 10:20-11:20 CONFÉRENCE INVITÉE

  • Daniel Trueman: Scordatura: on Re-mapping the Body to Sound (and vice-versa)

11:20Am-1:00pm Demos and Posters/ 11:20-13:00 DÉMONSTRATIONS ET POSTERS

  • DEMONSTRATIONS & POSTERS:
    • Marcello Giordano, Martha Shiell and Pauline Tranchant: Beat synchronization in deaf people using vibrotactile stimulation
    • Ian Hattwick and Preston Beebe: Unsounding Objects: Audio feature extraction for control of sound synthesis
    • Francesco Tordini: Measuring and perceiving loudness. Lessons learned from streaming natural sounds
  • POSTERS:
    • Benjamin Bacon and Christian Smith: Percussive gesture in intermedia performance
    • Anthony Bolduc: Sound field reproduction of vibroacoustic models: Application to a plate with wave field synthesis
    • Olivier Gagnon: Investigation of the influence of harmony on the perception of emotion
    • Telina Ramanana: Sound reproduction by beamforming capture and wave field synthesis
    • Daniel Steele: Spreading soundscapes: a practical study on closing the gaps between soundscape researchers and urban designers

      

    1:00-2:00pm Lunch / 13:00-14:00 DéJEUNER


    2:00-3:10pm Oral Presentations 3, 4 & 5 / 14:00-15:10 PRÉSENTATIONS ORALES 3, 4 & 5

    • 2:00 - Robert Landon Morrison: Acousmographe VE Analysis: A comparative study of graphic representation tools based on an aural analysis of Philippe Leroux's M.É.
    • 2:25 - David Sears: Statistical learning and the perception of closure: How IDyOM models cadences
    • 2:50 - Cédric Camier: Refined sound field rendering tool dedicated to computer-assisted composition


    3:10-3:30PM COFFEE BREAK / 15:10-15:30 PAUSE CAFÉ

     

    3:30-4:15PM ORAL PRESENTATIONS 6 & 7 / 15:30-16:15 PRÉSENTATIONS ORALES 6 & 7

    • 3:30 - Robert Giglio: Stoss vs. Prell: Natural selection in the workshops of late eighteenth-century Vienna
    • 3:55 - Robert-Eric Gaskell: Subjective and objective evaluation of distortion in analog electronics: Capacitors and operational amplifiers