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Event Poppy Crum, Dolby Laboratories, USA: The future of immersive technologies - what the three-legged race of artists, engineers, and neuroscientists can bring to enhancing our experience of the natural world
Event David Huron, Ohio State University, USA: "Describing music, interpreting music, explaining music"
This Distinguished Lecture is co-sponsored by BRAMS.
Event Laurel Trainor, McMaster University, Canada: "Musical origins: Processing temporal and spectral patterns in infancy"
This Distinguished Lecture is co-sponsored by BRAMS.
Event Butch Rovan: "Obstinate systems: Resistance as process in interactive performance"
Event Jean Kergomard, Laboratoire de Mécanique et d'Acoustique, CNRS, France: "Oscillation regimes of musical wind instruments: The points of view of the physicist and the instrumentalist"
Event Dan Ellis, Columbia University, USA: "Mining for the meaning of music"
Event Rolf Inge Godoy, University of Oslo: "Sound actions: Human movement in the perception and cognition of music"
Event Simha Arom: Time Organization in African Music
Simha Arom, prominent French expert on African music, is a researcher at the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique, Paris
Event Emmanuel Bigand: Musical syntax : Myth or reality?
Emmanuel Bigand is the Director of LEAD (Laboratoire d'étude de l'apprentissage et du développement), CNRS, France
Event Roderik de Man: 'It's nice but still you sit there for two hours looking at your shoelaces' - electronic music in The Netherlands from1960 till 2006
Roderik de Man is a composer and teacher at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague.
Event Sidney Fels: Designing for Intimacy: Creating New Interfaces for Musical Expression
Sidney Fels is the Director of the Media and Graphics Interdisciplinary Centre (MAGIC), University of British Columbia
Event Johannes Goebel: Digital technology, the senses and a real building
Johannes Goebel is the Director of the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Event François Rose: Expansion of Orchestration Technique Through the Use of a Spectrally Based Computerized Orchestration Aid
François Rose is a composer and associate professor at the Conservatory of Music, University of the Pacific, USA
Event Bill Buxton: Computer Music: The State of the Science of the Art - an Historical Perspective
Bill Buxton is Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA.
Event Antoine Chaigne: Dimensional Analysis and Psychomechanics
Antoine Chaigne is Director of the Mechanical Engineering Department, ENSTA, Paris.
Event Edward Large: Auditory Temporal Processing: A Dynamical Systems Approach
Edward Large, Ph.D, is Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology and Director, NIMH Training Program in Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, Florida ...
Event George Lewis: Living With Creative Machines
George Lewis is Edwin H. Case Professor of Music, Columbia University, USA.
Event Arnaud Petit: Composition and Technology, in Search of a Dramaturgic Use of Sound
Event Thanassis Rikakis: The Arts Have Left the Building: the evolution and maturation of cultural computing
Thanassis Rikakis is Professor and Director of the Arts Media and Engineering (AME) Program, Arizona State University, USA.
Event Butch Rovan: Studies in Movement: Re-envisioning the work of Étienne-Jules Marey
Butch Rovan is a composer, performer and Co-Director of meme@brown (Multimedia & Electronic Music Experiments @Brown), Department of Music, Brown University.
Event Floyd Toole, consultant to Harman International, USA: Sound reproduction – art and science/opinions and facts
Event Robert Godin, Godin Guitars, Canada: Growing a global business from a small factory
Event Joseph Myers, Kirkegaard Associates, USA: Recital halls, rehearsal rooms, and research spaces - Speaking of acoustics and the Music Multimedia Room
Event Bill Seaman, Duke Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, USA: Recombinant music: Generative approaches
Event Sylvie Gibet, IRISA, Expression team, France: Gesture: a language to sense, express, control
Event CANCELLED: Eleanor Selfridge-Field, CCARH, Stanford University, USA: Ear, mind, or brain? Reflections on musical similarity
Event Anders Askenfelt, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden: Violin bows and bowing - action and gestures
Event Laetitia Sonami, sound artist and performer: Your presence is required - performance, control, and magnetism
Event Gabriel Weinreich, University of Michigan, USA: Imitating Stradivarius
Event Franck Bedrossian, Department of Music, University of California, Berkeley: Articulation of excess - developing harmonic colors within a world of complex sounds.