Ubiquitous Music and Everyday Creativity: Artistic, Educational and Computational Applications
The Tenth Workshop on Ubiquitous Music will take place at Universidade Federal do Sul da Bahia (UFSB), in Porto Seguro, between 5 and 7 of August. Researchers working on topics related to ubiquitous music are invited to share proposals, initial results and complete research projects. Proceedings will be published in Portuguese, Spanish and English.
Focus themes (suggested topics):
- Motivation, Theory, Aesthetics, Aims, Ideas, Analysis;
- Design, Methods, Technology, Algorithms, Processes, Systems;
- Experience, Audience, Phenomena, Evaluation, Examples, Case Studies;
- Lay-Musician Interaction, Musification, Audience-Based Performance, Installations, Everyday Musical Creativity, Education, Musicking and IoMusT;
- Imaginings, Speculation, Futures, Challenges.
Texts should be written in Portuguese, Spanish or English and formatted according to the SBC template. Full papers will be 12 pages, including references and illustrations. Software, hardware and artistic demonstrations should be submitted as a one-page summary with links to audio or video files (use MP3 or MP4 formats). All written materials should be submitted as Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
- Word (doc), Open Office (odt) and Latex (tex) templates are available. Click here to download.
Submit through Easychair
- Call for Papers is now open through February 2, 2020. Click here to submit your paper: https://easychair.org/cfp/ubimus2020.
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