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DMRN+2: Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2007
Queen Mary, University of London
|10:30|| Registration opens
|11:00|| Welcome and opening remarks
Mark Plumbley, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London
Recent advances in Digital Music Processing and Indexing
Gaël Richard, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris
|11:50||Integra, A Composition and Performance
Environment for Sharing Live Music Technologies
Lamberto Coccioli, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University
|12:10||eScore: Towards A Framework
for the Composition and Performance of Real-time
Christopher McClelland, Michael Alcorn, Queens University Belfast
|12:30||Making Music: Proprietary or Free Software?
Chun Lee, Goto10
|12:50||Buffet Lunch, Networking
Posters will be on display
|14:00||Searching for similar phrases in music
Dan Ellis, LabROSA, Columbia University
|14:20||Modeling Expressive Performance in
Rafael Ramirez, Alfonso Perez, Esteban Maestre, Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
|14:40||Online Music Retrieval and Searching II
Mark Sandler, Simon Dixon, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London, Tim Crawford, Geraint Wiggins, Goldsmiths, University of London
Posters will be on display
|15:40||Applying electronic music technologies
in clinical music therapy: results of a qualitative
Wendy L. Magee, Institute of Neuropalliative Rehabilitation, London, Karen Burland, University of Leeds
|16:00||Digital Media Project: Self exploiting
your creativity with Open Source Interoperable DRM
Panos Kudumakis, Queen Mary University of London
|16:20||The discipline that never was. Betweening:
Carola Böhm, University of Wolverhampton
* - There will be an opportunity to continue discussions after the Workshop in a nearby Pub/Restaurant.
Pierrot Lunaire and the Microtonal Worm
Nicholas Bailey, Bryony Buck, Graham Hair, Douglas McGilvray and Stuart Pullinger, University of Glasgow
Emotion Classification in Contemporary Music
Scott Beveridge, Don Knox (School of Engineering and Computing), Raymond MacDonald (Dept. of Psychology), Glasgow Caledonian University
Probabilistic models for time-frequency energy distributions
A. Taylan Cemgil, Paul Peeling, Onur Dikmen and Simon Godsill, Signal Processing and Communications Laboratory, Dept. of Engineering, University of Cambridge
ThomCat: Hierarchical Music Scene Perception with a Bayesianized
CopyCat-like Blackboard System
Charles Fox, Pattern Analysis and Machine Learning Research Group, Engineering, University of Oxford
Finding tradition and innovation: a systematic performance
Ju-Lee Hong, Goldsmiths, University of London
Hand Gestural Extraction of Piano Performance using UV
Motion Capture Techniques
Jennifer MacRitchie, Stuart Pullinger, Nicholas Bailey, University of Glasgow
Emerging Possibilities of Harmonic Analysis
Matthias Mauch, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London
i-Maestro: Technology-Enhanced Learning for Music with
Kia Ng, ICSRiM, University of Leeds
Wavelet analysis of common guitar playing techniques
Mark V. Oliver, Department of Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Coventry University
A Computer Representation of Pitch Based on the Spiral
Stuart Pullinger, Professor Graham Hair, Nicholas J. Bailey, University of Glasgow
Discriminant Approach within Non-negative Matrix Factorization
for Musical Components Recognition
Zafar Rafii, Raphaël Blouet, Antoine Liutkus, MIST Technologies
Modeling and Synthesis of Expressive Performance
Rafael Ramirez, Stefan Kersten, Esteban Maestre, Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Effects of De-Tuning on Current Note Detection Algorithms
Caleb Rascon, Barry Lennox, University of Manchester
Evaluating musical interfaces: Beyond accuracy?
Dan Stowell, Nick Bryan-Kinns, Mark Plumbley, Queen Mary University of London
A Smart, Scalable Music Search System
Kris West and Stephen Cox, School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia.
Generation of multimodal music exercise objects
Tillman Weyde, Kerstin Neubarth & Jens Wissmann, City University London
Towards an interactive process for the creation of ontology-based
Jens Wissmann, Tillman Weyde, City Univeristy London
A small registration fee is payable, to cover room hire & refreshments.
* A letter from institution confirming your student status must be faxed (or posted) with your registration form.
Places are strictly limited, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration deadline: Monday 10 December 2006.
To Register, please download and print the Regsitration Form in one of the following formats:
Fax (or post) the completed form together with payment in full to the address below.
If you are registering as a student, please include a letter from your institution confirming your student status with your registration form.
Department of Electronic Engineering
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
Tel: +44 (0)20 7882 7513
Fax: +44 (0)20 7882 7997
[NB: Theresa Willis is currently away at present but registration forms addressed to her will continue to be collected. For registration enquiries in the meantime, please contact Matthew Davies at firstname.lastname@example.org]
The Event will take place at the People's Palace, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS.
The venue is easily accessible by public transport. It is within a five minute walk of both Mile End Underground station (Central, District, and Hammersmith & City lines) and Stepney Green Underground station (District, and Hammersmith & City lines).
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Suggested hotels for staying before or after the workshop:
For relative locations and travel between these hotels and Queen Mary University of London see ICA 2007 Maps.
|Last Updated: 6 December, 2007. © Queen Mary, University of London 2006|