Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Computer music research community in Britain



*IMPORTANT DATES*

Paper submission deadline February 27th 2015
Music submission deadline February 27th 2015
Notification of acceptance March 27th 2015
Revisions and camera ready copy deadline May 1st 2015

We are very pleased to announce that we will be hosting the 1st International Workshop on Brain-Computer Music Interfacing, 15 June 2015 at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR), Plymouth University UK.

We are inviting submissions for papers, demo's and performance pieces. Submission deadline: 27th Feb 2015
  • The workshop is a satellite of the 11th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research - CMMR 2015: Music, Mind, and Embodiment, which will take place at Plymouth University, Plymouth, UK, on 16-19 June 2015. Attendance to both events is strongly encouraged. For more information on CMMR 2015 please visit http://cmr.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/cmmr2015/
  • The workshop will coincide with the publication of a new book by Springer entitled Guide Brain-Computer Music Interfacing, edited by Eduardo R. Miranda and Julien Castet.
  • Prof David Rosenboom, the pioneer from CalArts, California Institute of the Arts, is set to perform at the workshop and deliver a CMMR 2015 keynote

Key topics of interest in this context include (but not necessarily restricted to):
  • Designing BCMI systems for harnessing of creative musical control and expression
  • Applications of hybrid neurotechnology, either integrating multiple BCI techniques or combining BCI with external signals such as bio-signals, gestural  data, and other forms of control data
  • Bridging the links between neurotechnology and acoustic music
  • Key areas where BCMI technologies are brought out of the laboratory environment and integrated with contemporary music technology in professional and consumer platforms
  • Creative strategies for mapping brainwaves to music
  • Innovative methods of real-time classification of brainwaves for music generation
  •  Novel methods of brainwave sonification to benefit understanding of patterns in EEG for medical or artistic purposes
For more information and submission instructions please visit the website at:

http://cmr.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/bcmi2015

All enquiries to bcmi2015-enquiries@plymouth.ac.uk

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