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Thursday, July 3 • 15:00 - 16:00
[SESSION 13] POSTERS

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CHIMAERA - the poly-magneto-phonic theremin - an expressive touch-less hall-effect sensor array
Hanspeter Portner
Open Music Kontrollers

Collaborative Live-Coding with an Immersive Instrument
Graham Wakefield, Charlie Roberts, Matthew Wright, Timothy Wood, Karl Yerkes
KAIST, UC Santa Barbara, UCSB, University of California Santa Barbara, Media Arts and Technology Program at University of California, Santa Barbara

Composing for DMIs - Entoa, a dedicate piece for Intonaspacio
Clayton Mamedes, Mailis Rodrigues, Marcelo M. Wanderley, Jônatas Manzolli, Denise H. L. Garcia, Paulo Ferreira-Lopes
NICS-CIDDIC Unicamp, CIRMMT-IDMIL, CITAR UCP, CIRMMT-IDMIL, CIRMMT-IDMIL, NICS Unicamp, CIDDIC Unicamp, CITAR UCP

Conducting collective instruments : A case study
Josep Comajuncosas and Enric Guaus
Escola Superior de Musica de Catalunya

Conductive Music: Teaching Innovative Interface Design and Composition Techniques with Open-Source Hardware
Enrico Bertelli and Emily Robertson
Queen's University Belfast

Controlling Physically Based Virtual Musical Instruments Using The Gloves
Stefania Serafin, Stefano Stereo, Tom Mitchell, Francesco Grani, Seb Madgwick, Hannah Perner-Wilson
Aalborg University Copenhagen, Bristol University, X-IO, Plusea

Designing Mappings for the Sponge: Towards Spongistic Music
Martin Marier
Université de Montréal

Designing Sound for Recreation and Well-Being
Anders-Petter Andersson, Birgitta Cappelen, Fredrik Olofsson
The Oslo School of Architecture and Design

Distributing Mobile Music Applications for Audience Participation Using Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET)
Sang Won Lee, Georg Essl, Z. Morley Mao
University of Michigan

El-Lamellophone - A Low-cost, DIY, Open Framework for Acoustic Lemellophone Based Hyperinstruments
Shawn Trail
University of Victoria

Gesture and Embodied Metaphor in Spatial Music Performance Systems Design.
Ricky Graham and Brian Bridges
Stevens Institute of Technology, University of Ulster

Improvasher: a real-time mashup system for live musical input
Matthew Davies, Adam Stark, Masataka Goto, Fabien Gouyon
INESC TEC, Independent, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

In A State: Live Emotion Detection and Visualisation for Music Performance
Adinda van 't Klooster and Nick Collins
University of Durham

Musical composition by regressional mapping of physiological responses to acoustic features
Valtteri Wikström
Aalto University and Helsinki University

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

Polus: The Design and Development of a New, Mechanically Bowed String Instrument Ensemble
Blake Johnston, Henry Dengate Thrush, Tane Moleta, Jim Murphy, Ajay Kapur
Victoria University of Wellington,

Reunion2012: A novel interface for sound producing actions through the game of chess
Magnus Bugge, Hans Wilmers, Anders Tveit, Notto Thelle, Thom Johansen, Eskil Muan Sæther
Norwegian Centre for Technology in Music and the Arts

Robot: Tune Yourself! Automatic Tuning for Musical Robotics
Jim Murphy, Paul Mathews, Dale Carnegie, Ajay Kapur
Victoria University of Wellington, California Institute of the Arts

Sketch-Based Musical Composition and Performance
Haojing Diao, Yanchao Zhou, Christopher Andrew Harte, Nick Bryan-Kinns
Queen Mary University of London, Queen Mary University of London - Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

Smartphone-based Music conducting
Yang Kyu Lim and Woon Seung Yeo
KAIST

SOUND TOSSING Audio Devices in the Context of Street Art
Reinhard Gupfinger, Martin Kaltenbrunner
Kunstuniversität Linz, Interface Culture, Austria


The Birl: An Electronic Wind Instrument Based on an Artificial Neural Network Parameter Mapping Structure
Jeff Snyder and Danny Ryan
Princeton University


The Manipuller II: Strings within a Force Sensing Ring
Adrian Barenca and Milos Corak
Music Technologist, Software Developer

The Space Between Us. A live performance with musical score generated via emotional levels measured in EEG of one performer and an audience member
Joel Eaton, Weiwei Jin, Eduardo Miranda
University of Plymouth, De Montfort University

Unsounding Objects: Audio Feature for Control of Sound Synthesis in a Digital Percussion Instrument
Ian Hattwick, Preston Beebe, Zachary Hale, Marcelo Wanderley, Philippe Leroux, Fabrice Marandola
McGill University

Use of Body Motion to Enhance Traditional Musical Instruments
Federico Visi, Rodrigo Schramm, Eduardo Miranda
Plymouth University, UFRGS

Visualizing Gestures in the Control of a Digital Musical Instrument
Olivier Perrotin and Christophe d'Alessandro

LIMSI-CNRS, Université Paris-Sud






Moderators
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Alessandro Altavilla

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

Authors
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Murphy, Jim

Victoria University of Wellington|Wellington||New Zealand
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Serafin, Stefania

Aalborg University Copenhagen
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Anders-Petter Andersson

Researcher/Postdoc, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design/Kristianstad University
Anders-Petter Andersson is a researcher in the RHYME.no project at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, funded by the Norwegian Research Council (2011-2016). He is a postdoctoral researcher in Interactive Music Technology for Health at Kristianstad University in Sweden. He is a sound designer and musicologist. In his PhD thesis “Interactive Music Composition” at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, he discusses how one can compose... Read More →
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Preston Beebe

Preston Beebe (United States, born 1988) | | Montréal based composer and percussionist, Preston Beebe uses electronics and technology for both performance and composition. He develops interfaces for visual feedback to aid in live-electronic performances and is a co-developer of the SpectraSurface, a digital percussion interface which uses audio feature extractions to control sound synthesis. He holds a Masters in composition from McGill... Read More →
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Magnus Bugge

Producer, Norwegian Centre for Technology in Music in
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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 →
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Paulo Ferreira-Lopes

Assistant Professor, School of Arts
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Masataka Goto

Prime Senior Researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Dr. Masataka Goto is a Prime Senior Researcher and the Leader of the Media Interaction Group at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. In 1992 he was one of the first to start work on automatic music understanding, and has since been at the forefront of research in music technologies and music interfaces based on those technologies. Over the past 23 years, he has published more than 200 papers in... Read More →
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Zachary Hale

CIRMMT, McGill University
Zachary Hale is a Florida-born, Montreal-based composer and percussionist who creates and performs music that deals with live-electronics and new interfaces. His interest lies in the possibilities when the performer and technician are one in the same, and also bridging the gap between musicians and technology. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Percussion, Composition and Electronic Music from the University of South Florida and a Master of Music in... Read More →
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Ian Hattwick

Ian Hattwick (Instrument Design) is a composer, performer, and digital musical instrument designer. His current research focuses on collaborative approaches to music performance using gestural interfaces. In 2013 he co-created the Prosthetic Instruments, family of gestural controllers in- tended to be worn by dancers, for which he composed and presented two compositions at the Cacoyannis Institute in Athens, Greece. He holds an MFA from the... Read More →
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Martin Kaltenbrunner

Professor, Kunstuniversität Linz
Martin Kaltenbrunner is Professor at the Interface Culture Lab at the | University of Art and Design in Linz. Before his return to Austria he | worked as researcher at the Music Technology Group and lecturer at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. As co-founder of Reactable Systems he had been mainly working on the interaction design concepts behind the Reactable - a tangible modular synthesizer that has since been staged by several... Read More →
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Ajay Kapur

Associate Dean of Research and Development in Digital Arts, California Institute of the Arts
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Adinda van 't Klooster

Director, Art and Media
Dr. Adinda van ‘t Klooster is an artist who works with drawing, sound, light, animation, sculpture and interactive technology. Her work has been exhibited, performed and screened in China, the USA, Australia, Spain, the UK, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Norway. During her PhD with CRUMB she explored the area of emotion research, in particular how felt emotion is related to physiology and how different mapping strategies can be devised when... Read More →
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Sang Won Lee

PhD Candidate., University of Michigan|Ann Arbor|Michigan|United States
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Philippe Leroux

Philippe Leroux was born in Boulogne Billancourt (France) on september 24th, 1959. In 1978 he entered the Paris Conservatory (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique), studied with Ivo Malec, Claude Ballif, Pierre Schäeffer and Guy Reibel and obtained three first prizes. Meanwhile, he followed classes with Olivier Messiaen, Franco Donatoni, Betsy Jolas, Jean-Claude Eloy and Iannis Xénakis. In 1993 he was selected to enter the Villa Medicis... Read More →
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Clayton Mamedes

Composer and sound artist.
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Martin Marier

Martin Marier is a composer and a performer who is mainly interested in live electronic music using new interfaces.  He is the inventor of the sponge, a cushion like musical interface he uses to perform his pieces. The main goal of this approach is to establish a natural link between gesture and sound in electronic music. He aims at improving the interaction with the audience and at making the process of composing more playful. His... Read More →
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Hanspeter Portner

Open Music Kontrollers
Independent open source hardware designer; interested in expressive, intuitive and improvized composition and novel designs of corresponding music controllers. | | Former computational biologist in the fields of environmental sciences (ecosystem modeling), neurosciences (neuroinformatics) and biochemistry at ETH Zurich.
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Charlie Roberts

Charlie Roberts is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the AlloSphere Research Group at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His research focuses on human-computer interaction in virtual reality and creative coding environments. He is the primary developer of the creative coding environment Gibber, with which he regularly performs. Charlie is currently funded through a generous fellowship from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
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Rodrigo Schramm

Plymouth University
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Notto J.W. Thelle

Daglig leder, Notam
Notto J. W. Thelle er daglig leder i Notam, et ressurs- og kompetansesenter for nyskapende bruk av teknologi i musikk og kunst. Notam betjener i dag først og fremst de profesjonelle miljøene, men har vært involvert i utvikling og formidling av pedagogisk musikkprogramvare for barn siden 90-tallet. | Thelle har mastergrad i musikkvitenskap med musikkteknologi som fordypningsområde. Han har musikerbakgrunn, og har spilt... Read More →
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Shawn Trail

Instructor of Music and Sonic Arts, Portland Community College
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Federico Visi

PhD research fellow, Plymouth University
www.federicovisi.com


Thursday July 3, 2014 15:00 - 16:00
New Academic Building: Room 314

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