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Marcelo Wanderley to present CUTE masterclass at Numediart institute of UMONS

CIRMMT member Marcelo Wanderley has been invited to present five Francqui Chair lessons in October 2017 as part of the yearly masterclass series on culture and technology, organized by Numediart, the UMONS research institute for creative technologies.

Wanderley-CUTE masterclass

Agenda

  • Inaugural lecture - 5 October, 6 - 8 pm: "Easier Said than Done”- On more than Two Decades of Applied Multidisciplinary Research Across Engineering, Science and Music
  •  6 October, 6 - 8 pm: Human-Computer Interaction and Computer Music: Similarities, Differences and Opportunities for Cross-Fertilization
  • 10 October, 6 - 8 pm: Digital Musical Instruments: Design of and Performance with New Interfaces for Musical Expression 
  • 11 October, 6 - 8 pm: Analysis of Performer Movements: Techniques and Applications  
  • 12 October, 6 - 8 pm: Creating Large-Scale Infrastructures for Multidisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology: The Case of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology, CIRMMT/McGill University

Marcelo Wanderley Biography

Marcelo Mortensen Wanderley holds a Ph.D. degree from the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI), France, on acoustics, signal processing, and computer science applied to music. His main research interests include gestural control of sound synthesis, input device design and evaluation, and the use of sensors and actuators in digital musical instruments. Dr. Wanderley has chaired 2003 International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression and co-authored the textbook “New Digital Musical Instruments: Control and Interaction Beyond the Keyboard”, A-R Editions. He is currently International Chair at INRIA Lille, France and Professor of Music Technology at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, where he is a member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT).