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News Item Prof. George Lewis and Prof. Marcelo Wanderley, new board members of Computer Music Journal Editorial Advisory Board
 
News Item A Music Centre Like No Other
 
News Item $17 Million to Shape the Future of Music
 
News Item Le Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en musique, médias et technologie: à la fine pointe de la recherche entre musique, technologie et science
 
News Item Prof. Stephen McAdams wins Killam Fellowship
Professor Stephen McAdams wins Killam Fellowship
News Item Marcelo Wanderley appointed an INRIA International Chair, 2016-20
Professor Marcelo M. Wanderley has been awarded an Inria International Chair for 2016-2020.
News Item Marcelo Wanderley : Judge at 2016 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition
Marcelo Wanderley was chosen as one of the three judges for the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition at Georgia Tech.
News Item [Call for Papers] 2016 IPLAI/IICSI MCGILL COLLOQUIUM
“IF YOU HAVE TO ASK”: THE CULTURAL, COGNITIVE, AND NEURAL UNDERPINNINGS OF IMPROVISATORY BEHAVIOR IN THE ARTS AND BEYOND MCGILL UNIVERSITY, MAY 27-­‐28, 2016
News Item « Voir » avec ses oreilles
Et si les non-voyants parvenaient à « voir » grâce à leurs oreilles ? C'est le défi auquel s'attaquent Jean Rouat,...
News Item ULTRASONS 2016
Musique électroacoustique, performances interactives, musiques visuelles, électronique temps-réel... tout un programme offert par les étudiants en musiques numériques à compter du 19 janvier. En prime: une « carte blanche » au compositeur français Michel Pascal, le 21 janvier.
News Item La Fabrique Culturelle news - Le Souffle
Quelles sont les meilleures techniques de respiration pour les musiciens qui jouent d’un instrument à vent? Isabelle Cossette,...
News Item Philippe Leroux awarded the Grand Prix du Disque 2015 for Contemporary Music by the Académie Charles Cros in France
Philippe Leroux awarded the Grand Prix du Disque 2015 for Contemporary Music by the Académie Charles Cros in France
News Item CIRMMT development featured on the cover of IEEE Sensors Journal, November 2015
The MRI-Compatible Cello, a CIRMMT development, is featured on the cover of the November 2015 issue of IEEE Sensors Journal (volume 15, number 11).
News Item CIRMMT member Martha de Francisco winner of 2015 Woman of Distinction in Arts and Culture award
Martha de Francisco winner of 2015 Woman of Distinction in Arts and Culture award, presented by the Women's Y Foundation of Montreal.
News Item CIRMMT member Philippe Leroux named Royal Society of Canada Fellow
Philippe Leroux, Associate Professor, Department of Music Research, Schulich School of Music, was named Royal Society of Canada Fellow.
News Item CIRMMT members Catherine Guastavino & Daniel Steele interviewed by Radio Canada Première for Musikiosk project
Following on from the launch of Musikiosk by researchers at McGill University and École de Technologie Supérieure on July 31st 2015, Catherine Guastavino, Daniel Steele and ETS collaborators were interviewed by Radio Canada.
News Item CIRMMT student member Daniel Steele interviewed by CBC's Homerun radio show for Musikiosk project
Researchers at McGill University and École de Technologie Supérieure launched Musikiosk on July 31st 2015. It is an urban sound social experiment that lets you play DJ and tracks how people react to your musical taste in parc du Portugal, Montreal and is open to the public for the month of August.
News Item CIRMMT receives $11M funding through a grant from Canada Foundation for Innovation's 2015 Innovation Fund
CIRMMT will receive funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation's 2015 Innovation Fund for their project The science of the art of music: “Live Expression “in situ”: Musical and Audiovisual Performance and Reception." The projects funded under the Canada Foundation for Innovation's 2015 Innovation Fund endeavour to position the country as a global research leader, from outer space, to the surgeon's table, to our interconnected day-to-day world. The state-of-the-art infrastructure funded will transform the Canadian research landscape; the work it supports will propel Canadian research towards the leading edge.
News Item Robert Godin to receive one of 16 honorary degrees from McGill at spring Convocation
In an article in the McGill Reporter, Robert Godin and the 15 other honourees from this spring's convocation are listed, with Principal Suzanne Fortier noting "We are honouring 16 individuals with a diverse range of backgrounds, expertise and experience who are united by their exceptional contributions to improving the lives of so many."
News Item CIRMMT student Sven-Amin Lembke awarded two McGill convocation prizes
CIRMMT student Sven-Amin Lembke has been awarded two McGill convocations prizes that will be awarded on May 27, 2015. He will receive one of two Governor General's Gold Medal awards for the most outstanding McGill graduate receiving a Doctoral degree in 2014-15 in any discipline, as well as The McGill Alumni Association Graduate Award which is given to an outstanding McGill graduate receiving a degree in 2014-15 in any discipline
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