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Event Malcolm Slaney, Yahoo! Research, USA: "Understanding music on the Web: A Yahoo perspective"
Event David Wessel, University of California, Berkeley, USA: "Designing musical instruments that privilege improvisation"
Event Udo Zölzer: DAFX digital audio effects and applications
A Distinguished Lecture by a guest from the Helmut Schmidt University, University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Germany.
Event POSTPONED: Joel Chadabe, NYU Steinhardt, USA: Music as emergence
Event Daniel Russell: "Animations as educational tools for understanding the acoustics of musical instruments"
A Distinguished Lecture by a guest from The Pennsylvania State University, USA.
Event Dan Gauger, BOSE USA: Giving people control of our most important human sense - hearing
A Distinguished Lecture followed by a reception to A-832/33.
Event Marc Ernst, Bielefeld University, Germany: Putting together the puzzle of multisensory perception
Event Chris Chafe, Stanford University, USA: A listening tour of musical portraits and sonic landscapes
Event William Hartmann: "Sound source localization: How the auditory system copes with confusing data"
A Distinguished Lecture by a guest from Michigan State University, USA.
Event Sally Jo Cunningham: "Engagement with personal music collections"
A Distinguished Lecture by a guest from University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Event Steven Takasugi: "A machine for deception: Electro-acoustic composition as sleight of hand"
A Distinguished Lecture by a guest from the Harvard University Music Department, USA.
Event POSTPONED: Claude Cellier: "Trust your ears! The quest for the optimum (digital) audio representation"
A Distinguished Lecture by the CEO and founder of Merging Technologies, Switzerland.
Event Stephen Brewster, University of Glasgow, UK: "Using musical structures to create multimodal interfaces"
Event Steven Schick, University of California, San Diego, USA: "Slippery rocks: A low-tech percussionist navigates the crosscurrents of music technology"
Event Dmitri Tymoczko, Princeton University, USA: "The geometry of music"
Event Johan Sundberg, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden: "The voice as a musical instrument"
Event Kofi Agawu, Princeton University, USA: "Tonality as a colonizing force in African music"
Event Lola Cuddy, Queen's University, Canada: "Musical memories in normal and disordered aging"
This lecture is co-sponsored by BRAMS.
Event Antonio Camurri, University of Genova, Italy: "Music and emotion: Toward computational models of empathy and entrainment"
This lecture is co-sponsored by BRAMS.
Event Lisa Margulis, University of Arkansas, USA: "Music again: Perspectives on repetition in music"
This lecture is co-sponsored by BRAMS.
Event Michael Lewicki, Case Western Reserve University, USA: "Learning structures in natural sounds"
Event Jürgen Meyer: "The sound of orchestras and soloists as a combination of room acoustics and acoustical properties of the musical instruments"
Event Glenn Schellenberg, University of Toronto, Canada: "Does music make you smarter?"
This lecture is co-sponsored by BRAMS.
Event Jim Woodhouse, Cambridge University, UK: "Reverse engineering the violin"
Event Gunnar Johannsen, Universität Kassel, Germany: "Cognition and control in human-machine interaction, auditory communication, and orchestral conducting"
Event Andy Milne and Benoit Delbecq: "A multichannel production in jazz: sensorial and technical interaction between composing, playing, recording, mixing"
Event William Sethares, University of Wisconsin, USA: Topology of musical data
Event Henkjan Honing, Music Cognition Group, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands: What makes us musical animals
Event Eric Clarke, University of Oxford, UK: Distributed creativity in musical performance
Event Roger Dannenberg, Carnegie Mellon University, USA: Music understanding and the future of music performance