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Wednesday, July 2 • 16:30 - 17:30

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Separation: Short Range Repulsion. Implementation of an automated aesthetic synchronization system for a dance performance.
Michael Krzyzaniak, Julie Akerly, Matthew Mosher, Muharrem Yildirim
School of Arts, Media + Engineering, Arizona State University

Notation, mapping and composition for the Karlax
Tom Mays and Francis Faber
Académie Supérieur de Musique de Strasbourg, La Grande Fabrique

The Cave of Sounds: An interactive installation exploring how we create music together

Tim Murray-Browne, Dom Aversano, Susanna Garcia, Wallace Hobbes, Daniel Lopez, Tadeo Sendon, Panagiotis Tigas, Kacper Ziemianin, Duncan Chapman
Queen Mary University of London, Music Hackspace, Sound and Music

OSC-Namespace and OSC-State: schemata for describing the namespace and state of OSC-enabled systems

Ilias Bergstrom and Joan Llobera
Fondation Agalm, EventLAB, Universitat de Barcelona, Immersive Interaction Group, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Chronicles of a Robotic Musical Companion

Mason Bretan and Gil Weinberg
Georgia Institute of Technology

Structure-borne Sound and Aurally Active Spaces

Otso Lähdeoja
University of the Arts, Helsinki

TouchNoise: A Particle-based Multitouch Noise Modulation Interface

Axel Berndt, Nadia Al-Kassab, Raimund Dachselt
Technische Universität Dresden

Designing Sound Collaboratively - Perceptually Motivated Audio Synthesis

Niklas Klügel, Georg Groh, Timo Becker
Technische Universität München, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Repurposing Video Game Software for Musical Expression: A Perceptual Approach
Adriana Sa
Goldsmiths, University of London, Dep. Computing, EAVI

The Development Of Physical Spatial Controllers

Bridget Johnson, Michael Norris, Ajay Kapur
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand School of Music, California Institute of the Arts

Evaluating the Performance of a New Gestural Instrument Within an Ensemble

Alon Ilsar, Mark Havryliv, Andrew Johnston
University of Technology, Sydney, The Australian Institute of Music, University of Technology Sydney

Extending the Nexus Data Exchange Format (NDEF) Specification

Lawrence Fyfe, Adam Tindale, Sheelagh Carpendale
University of Calgary, OCAD University

Operating Sound Parameters Using Markov Model and Bayesian Filters in Automated Music Performance

Fumito Hashimoto and Motoki Miura
Kyushu Institute of Technology

The Talking Guitar: Headstock Tracking and Mapping Strategies

Liam Donovan and Andrew McPherson
Queen Mary, University of London

Algorave: A survey of the history, aesthetics and technology of live performance of algorithmic electronic dance music

Nick Collins and Alex McLean
University of Durham, University of Leeds

Design and Evaluation of a Gesture Controlled Singing Voice Installation
Cornelius Poepel, Jochen Feitsch, Marco Strobel, Christian Geiger
University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf and University of Applied Sciences Ansbach

SynthAssist: Querying an Audio Synthesizer by Vocal Imitation
Mark Cartwright and Bryan Pardo
Northwestern University

TAPIR Sound Tag: An Enhanced Sonic Communication Framework for Audience Participatory Performance

Jimin Jeon, Gunho Chae, Edward Jangwon Lee, Woon Seung Yeo
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, KAIST

Lessons Learned in Exploring the Leap Motion(TM) Sensor for Gesture-based Instrument Design
Jihyun Han and Nicolas Gold
University College London

Twkyr: a Multitouch Waveform Looper
Karl Yerkes and Matthew Wright
Media Arts and Technology Program at University of California, Santa Barbara, UCSB

YouHero - Making an Expressive Concert Instrument from the GuitarHero Controller
Palle Dahlstedt, Patrik Karlsson, Katarina Widell, Tony Blomdahl
University of Gothenburg, freelance guitarist and lutenist, duo EN.D.E., freelance musician, duo EN.D.E., Geiger Music

Quick Live Coding Collaboration In The Web Browser
Chad McKinney
University of Sussex

endo/exo - Making Art and Music with Distributed Computing
Jiffer Harriman, Michael Theodore, Nikolaus Correll, Hunter Ewen
University of Colorado, University of Colorado at Boulder

A Material Computation Perspective on Audio Mosaicing and Gestural Conditioning
Navid Navab, Doug Van Nort, Sha Xin Wei
Topological Media Lab, Concordia University, Concordia University

The Siren Organ
Regina Collecchia, Dan Somen, Kevin McElroy
Stanford University

Internally Actuated Drums for Expressive Performance
David Rector and Spencer Topel
Dartmouth College

AlphaSphere - from Prototype to Product
Adam Place, Liam Lacey, Thomas Mitchell
nu desine, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

WIJAM: A Mobile Collaborative Improvisation Platform under Master-players Paradigm
Junqi Deng, Francis Chi Moon Lau, Ho-Cheung Ng, Yu-Kwong Kwok, Hung-Kwan Chen, Yu-heng Liu
The University of Hong Kong

You’ll Never Walk Alone: Composing Location-Based Soundtracks
Adrian Hazzard, Steve Benford, Gary Burnett
University of Nottingham


Alessandro Altavilla

Postgraduate Student (MPhil/PhD), Goldsmiths, University of London

Marco Donnarumma

Co-Founder, Xth
Italian-born Marco Donnarumma is a performer, musician and writer based in London. He explores the dimensions of the human body in relation to real, virtual and cultural spaces through performances, concerts and installations. In his works, sound, machines and biology are configured so to integrate human and technological bodies into new living instances. His practice is considered a conceptually elaborated combination of physical actions... Read More →


Ziemianin, Kacper

Royal Conservatory of the Hague|The Hague||The Netherlands
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Julie Akerly

No Matter Where You Go, That's Where You Are | | Julie Akerly is the co-director of artist residency space, [nueBOX], founder of Phoenix Dance Observer, artistic director of J.A.M. (Julie Akerly Movement), and dancer with Jordan Daniels Dance. She received an MFA in Dance and Interdisciplinary Multimedia and Performance from Arizona State University. She is interested in expanding audience interaction and engagement through adapting the... Read More →

Mark Cartwright

Research Assistant, Northwestern University
My research interests include the creation of new tools for audio and music production that support creativity in novices by allowing natural communication of audio concepts.

Nick Collins

Nick Collins is Reader in Composition at Durham University. His research interests include live computer music, musical artificial intelligence, and computational musicology, and he is a frequent international performer as composer-programmer-pianist, from algoraves to electronic chamber music. His latest book, co-written with Scott Wilson and Margaret Schedel, is Electronic Music (Cambridge University Press Introductions series, 2013). ... Read More →

Palle Dahlstedt

Palle Dahlstedt (b.1971), Swedish improviser, researcher, and composer of  everything from chamber and orchestral music to interactive and  autonomous computer pieces, receiving the Gaudeamus Music Prize in 2001. |  

Francis Faber

la grande fabrique
Francis Faber composes, plays and teaches electronic music.  As a composer, he is focusing on real time electronic music and works with Percussions de Strasbourg, Ars Nova, TM+, Puce Muse, Musique Nouvelle, Art Zoyd, Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain…, and for live multimedia, installations, and young audience performances. He plays new digitals instruments ( Méta-Instrument, Wiimote, Karlax…) and leads La Grande Fabrique, a music and... Read More →
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Adrian Hazzard

PhD Candidate, University of Nottingham
Adrian is a composer, musician, educator and a PhD candidate, working in the Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham, UK. His work explores location based music, and in particular using the core components of music - such as melody, harmony, rhythm and timbre - to structure the exploration of spaces.
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Alon Ilsar

Artistic Director and Founder, Mutensils
Alon Ilsar is a Sydney based drummer, composer, sound designer and instrument designer. He is currently designing a new interface for electronic percussionists called the AirSticks, using the instrument in projects such as The Sticks, Silent Spring, Malarkey, Kirin J Callinan and Brian Campeau. He has also been heavily involved in theatre and film as drummer, composer and sound designer. His diverse projects include Alan Cumming, Keating! the... Read More →

Andrew Johnston

Andrew is a researcher, interaction/software designer and musician based at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). He has qualifications in music performance and computing and a PhD combining the two. As a musician he has performed professionally with several Australian symphony orchestras, musicals and a number of other ensembles. His practice and research focuses on the design of systems that support experimental, exploratory approaches... Read More →

Ajay Kapur

Associate Dean of Research and Development in Digital Arts, California Institute of the Arts
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Liam Lacey

Software Developer, nu desine
Music. Computers. Innovation. | | I develop software for the AlphaSphere. | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVyYkMmgaJs | | I also write and produce music when I have time. | | http://liamtmlacey.tumblr.com | http://www.alphasphere.com | http://liamtmlacey.blogspot.com | http://www.soundcloud.com/liam-lacey | http://www.youtube.com/millenliam

Otso Lahdeoja

University of the Arts, Sibelius Academy|Helsinki||Finland
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Edward Jangwon Lee

PhD Candidate, KAIST

Tom Mays

Composer, Teacher, Conservatoire de Strasbourg, Conservatoire de Paris
Tom Mays is a composer and computer musician. His works include electroacoustic pieces, instruments with electronics, music for dance, theater, interactive installation and film. He is currently working on the suite “The Well-tempered Patch” for basic real time processing and solo instruments, and is especially interested in gestural performance of real-time computer systems for the performing arts. He teaches Electroacoustic Composition... Read More →

Alex McLean

I am a research fellow and deputy director of ICSRiM (the Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music) in Leeds. http://yaxu.org/

Andrew McPherson

Lecturer in Digital Media, Queen Mary University of London
Andrew McPherson is an electronic engineer, composer and instrument designer. His research focuses on augmented acoustic instruments and new performance interfaces which build on traditional instrumental training. Recent projects include the magnetic resonator piano (electromagnetically-augmented acoustic piano) which has been used in over a dozen pieces including projects with the London Chamber Orchestra and the band These New Puritans; and the... Read More →

Tim Murray-Browne

Researcher & Artist, Queen Mary University of London
I'm a research assistant at the Centre for Digital Music creating Harmonic Motion, software designed to make it easier to analyse movement data and draw out musical features. | | I'm also an artist working with interactive sound. I recently completed an interactive sound installation called The Cave of Sounds with the Music Hackspace last year. | | My next project is an interactive audiovisual dance work in collaboration with the... Read More →
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Navid Navab

Véritable alchimiste des médias, le Montréalais Navid Navab est à la fois compositeur, artiste, programmeur et designer sonore.

Bryan Pardo

Professor, Northwestern University
audio production tools | interfaces that learn | signal processing | playing the clarinet | jazz | maqam

Adam Place

CEO, nu desine
Commercialising NIME's | AlphaSphere, BetaLoop, Gamma..?..,

Sha Xin Wei

Director, School of Arts, Media and Engineering, ASU
philosophy of technology, sound art, sound studies, responsive environments, topological dynamical system; quality vs quantity, measurement and quantum mechanics; ecology of practices, atelier-lab. | | http://topologicalmedialab.net | http://synthesis.ame.asu.edu

Wednesday July 2, 2014 16:30 - 17:30
New Academic Building: Room 314

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