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SARC/DMRN Research Workshops
The following SARC/DMRN Research Workshops are taking place as part of the opening events for the Sonic Arts Research Centre at Queen's University Belfast.
MA Laboratory, SARC
27th April 2004 9am – 5pm
Music Informatics is an exciting multidisciplinary area of research, which involves the study of intelligent systems that can perform musical tasks, such as analysing and composing music, performing, teaching, retrieving musical information, and others. Central to this is the study of human cognition and ways of modelling it. This one-day workshop will focus on different aspects of state of the art research, with talks by world leading experts in the field.
These events are open to the general public, but space will be limited so please phone early to reserve a place:
Telephone: +44 28 90 274829 (UK: 028 90 274829)
The Workshops will run between 9am – 5pm each day with a 2 hour break for accommodate lunch and the lunchtime concert at 1.15pm.
Some travel funding to attend the Workshops, for PhD students and other young researchers based in the UK, is available from the Digital Music Research Network. To apply, visit http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/dmrn/funding/, complete the application form, and return to the address indicated on the form as soon as possible. Successful applicants will receive claim forms at the event.
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