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2012-2013 Award Recipients

Recipients of the 2012-2013 CIRMMT Director's Interdisciplinary Excellence Prize

  • Preston Beebe, Zachary Hale and Ian Hattwick (CIRMMT supervisors: Philippe Leroux, Fabrice Marandola, Marcelo Wanderley)
    • Project title: Unsounding objects: Control of sound synthesis mapping, extended musical performance, composition


Student Award Recipients (Group Projects)

  • Marcello Giordano and Marlon Schumacher (CIRMMT supervisors: Marcelo Wanderley, Sean Ferguson)
    • Project title: A vibrotactile synthesis framework for haptick feedback in live-electronic music performance
  • Jason Hockman and Jeremy VanSlyke (CIRMMT supervisors: Wieslaw Woszczyk, Ichiro Fujinaga)
    • Project title: Score follower as a production tool for classical and contemporary music recording
  • Doyuen Ko and Jung Wook Hong (CIRMMT supervisors: Wieslaw Woszczyk, Jeremy Cooperstock)
    • Project title: Effects of Ambient Light Intensity on perceived brightness of sound
  • Sven-Amin Lembke and Scott Levine (CIRMMT supervisors: Stephen McAdams, Martha De Francisco)
    • Project title: Timbre blending as a performance variable: investigation of the interactive relationship between performers and a sound recording engineer

    Student Award Recipients (Single, Interdisciplinary Projects)

    • Dalia El-Shimy (CIRMMT supervisors: Jeremy Cooperstock and Marcelo Wanderley)
      • Project title: Reactive environment for network music performanc
    • Meghan Goodchild (CIRMMT supervisors: Stephen McAdams, Jon Wild)
      • Project title: Construction and perception of peak experience in music listening
    • Terri Hron (CIRMMT supervisors: Philippe Leroux, Caroline Traube)
      • Project title: Creative collaboration between composers and performers in the creation of works involving technology
    • Hossein Mansour (CIRMMT supervisors: Gary Scavone, Luc Mongeau)
      • Project title: Fluid structure interaction modeling of the Setar using Finite Element
    • Andie Sigler (CIRMMT supervisor: Stephen McAdams. Other supervisor: Doina Precup)
      • Project title: Reasoning about the listening of composing: Computational analysis of musical structure
    • Daniel Steele (CIRMMT supervisor: Catherine Guastavino. Other supervisor: Nik Luka)
      • Project title: Spreading soundscapes: A collaborative and practical study on closing the gaps between soundscape researchers and urban designers