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Tuesday, July 1 • 15:00 - 16:00

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A Gesture Detection with Guitar Pickup and Earphones
Sangwon Suh, Jeong-seob Lee, Woon Seung Yeo

A Max/MSP Approach for Incorporating Digital Music via Laptops in Live Performances of Music Bands
Yehiel Amo, Gil Zissu, Shaltiel Eloul, Eran Shlomi, Dima Schukin, Almog Kalifa
SNU, Uni. of the arts, UK, Oxford Uni./BIU, BGU

A Real Time Common Chord Progression Guide on the Smartphone for Jamming Pop Song on the Music Keyboard
Simon Lui
Singapore University of Technology and Design

An Exploration of Peg Solitaire as a Compositional Tool
Kirsty Keatch
University of Edinburgh

Auraglyph: Handwritten Computer Music Composition and Design
Spencer Salazar and Ge Wang
Stanford University

Body As Instrument: Performing with Gestural Interfaces
Mary Mainsbridge and Kirsty Beilharz
University of Technology, Sydney

Circle Squared and Circle Keys - Performing on and with an unstable live algorithm for the Disklavier
Palle Dahlstedt
University of Gothenburg

Composing Embodied Sonic Play Experiences: Towards Acoustic Feedback Ecology
Akito van Troyer
MIT Media Lab

Design & Evaluation of an Accessible Hybrid Violin Platform
Dan Overholt and Steven Gelineck
Aalborg University Copenhagen, Aalborg University Copenhagen, Dep. of Architecture, Design and Media Technology

Dynamical Interactions with Electronic Instruments
Tom Mudd, Nick Dalton, Simon Holland, Paul Mulholland
The Open University

eMersion | Sensor-controlled Electronic Music Modules & Digital Data Workstation
Chet Udell and James Paul Sain
University of Oregon, University of Florida

FingerSynth: Wearable Transducers for Exploring the Environment and Playing Music Everywhere
Gershon Dublon and Joseph A. Paradiso
MIT Media Lab

Hand and Finger Motion-Controlled Audio Mixing Interface
Jarrod Ratcliffe
New York University

How to Make Embedded Acoustic Instruments
Edgar Berdahl
Louisiana State University

Interactive Parallax Scrolling Score Interface for Composed Networked Improvisation
Rob Canning
Goldsmiths College & Bournemouth University

Mobile Device Percussion Parade
Jeff Snyder, Avneesh Sarwate, Carolyn Chen, Noah Fishman, Quinn Collins, Cenk Ergun, Michael Mulshine
Princeton University

Musical Interface to Audiovisual Corpora of Arbitrary Instruments
Max Neupert and Joachim Goßmann

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar / Yeungnam University, DTS 

New Open-Source Interfaces for Group Based Participatory Performance of Live Electronic Music
Timothy J Barraclough, Jim Murphy, Ajay Kapur
Victoria University of Wellington

Orphion: A gestural multi-touch instrument for the iPad
Sebastian Trump and Jamie Bullock
Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg, Birmingham Conservatoire

Pd-L2Ork Raspberry Pi Toolkit as a Comprehensive Arduino Alternative in K-12 and Production Scenarios
Ivica Bukvic
Virginia TechInstitute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology

PiaF: A Tool for Augmented Piano Performance Using Gesture Variation Following
Alejandro Van Zandt-Escobar, Baptiste Caramiaux, Atau Tanaka
Princeton University, Goldsmiths University of London

Pitch Canvas: Touchscreen Based Mobile Music Instrument
Bradley Strylowski and Jesse Allison
George Mason University, Louisiana State University

Reappropriating Museum Collections: Performing Geology Specimens and Meterology Data as New Instruments for Musical Expression
John Bowers and Tim Shaw
Culture Lab, School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University

Rub Synth : A Study of Implementing Intentional Physical Difficulty Into Touch Screen Music Controllers
Ozan Sarier
Istanbul Technical University

Sound Analyser: A Plug-in for Real-Time Audio Analysis in Live Performances and Installations
Adam Stark

Tangle: a Flexible Framework for Performance with Advanced Robotic Musical Instruments
Paul Mathews, Ness Morris, Jim Murphy, Ajay Kapur, Dale Carnegie
Victoria University of Wellington, California Institute of the Arts, Victoria University of Wellington / New Zealand School of Music, California Institute of the Arts, Victoria University of Wellington

The Politics of Laptop Ensembles
Shelly Knotts and Nick Collins
Durham University


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... Read More →

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Edgar Berdahl

Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University
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Ivica Ico Bukvic

NIME 2018 Co-Chair, Virginia Tech
Ico is... or is he?
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Jamie Bullock

Associate Professor, Music Technology, Birmingham City University
Director of Integra Lab, lead researcher and developer of Integra Live, and co-developer of ml-lib, a machine learning library for Max and Pure Data. I am interested in applied, artistic and technological research in digital interaction design, experience design, usability and... Read More →

Baptiste Caramiaux

Research Associate, Goldsmiths, University of London
Researcher, Baptiste Caramiaux is currently working at Goldsmiths, University of London. His work focuses on Human Motion, Interaction Design, Sound, Perception and Computational Systems. He received a PhD in acoustic, signal processing and computer science applied to music from... Read More →

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... Read More →
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Palle Dahlstedt

University of Gothenburg, Aalborg University
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. Currently Obel Professor of Art & Technology at Aalborg University... Read More →
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Gershon Dublon

PhD Candidate / Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab
skin, that covers me from head to toe except a couple tiny holes and openings where the city's blowin' in and out this is what it's all about, delightfully

Shaltiel Eloul

My name is shalti, and I am now based in oxford. I am also a part of the music group syndrome. Recently, I am mostly concerned on live-interactive projects involve random or statistical processes as instruments. Usually I try to target my music and projects to live performances... Read More →
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Steven Gelineck

Assistant Professor, Aalborg University Copenhagen|Copenhagen||Denmark
Sonic interaction designer. Designs, makes, builds, programs interactive tools/interfaces for music with focus on the user.

Murphy, Jim

Victoria University of Wellington|Wellington||New Zealand

Ajay Kapur

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

Simon Lui

Assistant Professor, SUTD
Music app interviewed by CNN, #1 best selling app in 2011 / Marie Curie Fellow / Research interest: music on mobile, music information retrieval, music for the people with impairment, HCI of music application

Mary Mainsbridge

University of Technology, Sydney
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Paul Mulholland

Senior Research Fellow, The Open University
My research is concerned with developing computational tools and methods to help people make sense of information, and develop and express their ideas. I have been a Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator on a number of projects delivering outcomes including: technologies for the... Read More →

Max Neupert

Yeungnam University


Researcher, Istanbul Technical University

Knotts, Shelly

Durham University|Durham|County Durham|United Kingdom
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Jeff Snyder

Director of Electronic Music, Princeton University
Instrument designer, composer, improvisor.

Atau Tanaka

Atau Tanaka studied Physical Sciences at Harvard and has a doctorate in Computer Music Composition from Stanford University’s CCRMA. He was awarded the Prix de Paris to conduct research in Paris at IRCAM, Centre Pompidou. His first inspirations came upon meeting John Cage during... Read More →

Akito van Troyer

Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab
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Sebastian Trump

Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg

Chet Udell

CEO/CTO, eMotion Technologies LLC
:: From the ancient cypress swamps of Wewahitchka, Chester (Chet) Udell received his Ph.D. at the University of Florida in Music Composition with Electrical Engineering emphasis and currently serves as Instructor of Music Technology & Intermedia at the University of Oregon. :: His... Read More →
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Ge Wang

Associate Professor, Stanford University|Stanford|CA|United States
Ge Wang is an Associate Professor at Stanford University, in the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA).He specializes in artful design — researching programming language and software design for music, interaction design, mobile music, laptop orchestras, aesthetics... Read More →

Tuesday July 1, 2014 15:00 - 16:00 BST
New Academic Building: Room 314

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