Program

(to be announced)

Selected papers

  • Of Renouncing to do Something Grandiose.
    Guido Kramann
  • RoboMus: Robotic Musicians Synchronization.
    Higor Camporez, Jair Silva, Leandro Costalonga and Helder Rocha
  • Experiments on technology-assisted free improvisational practices with an ensemble of saxophone.
    Miguel Clemente, Manuel Falleiros, Tiago Tavares and José Fornari.
  • Interactivity/interpassivity and presence/absence in the Ntrallazzu cycle.
    Marcello Messina and Leonardo Vieira Feichas
  • Comprovisação e interação leigo-músico nas práticas criativas cognitivo-ecológicas: The Maxwell Demon.
    Luzilei Aliel and Damián Keller
  • Lyapunov Time Experiment.
    Luzilei Aliel and Daniel Oliveira
  • The potential role of the Internet-of-musical-things in therapeutic applications.
    Joseph Timoney, Damien McEvoy and Azeema Yaseen
  • Features Extraction and Segmentation for an Assistive Musical Interface.
    Higor Camporez, Yasmin Freitas, Jair Silva, Leandro Costalonga and Helder Rocha.
  • Playsound Agora.
    Ariane Stolfi
  • InFracta: Dialogue Processes in a Multi-modal Environment. Thales Roel P. Pessanha, Guilherme Zanchetta, Thiago Rossi Roque, Lucas Bertoloto Pereira, Gabrielly Lima de Oliveira, Bruna Pinheiro, Renata Paulino and Tiago Fernandes Tavares
  • Can Pipes-and-FIlters architecture help creativity in Music
    Rômulo Vieira and Flávio Schiavoni
  • Smart Musical Mats: a ubiquitous musical artefact to support elementary education.
    Thiago Santos, Denise Filippo and Mariano Pimentel
  • Musical Smart City: Perspectives on Ubiquitous Sonification. Pedro Sarmento, Ove Holmqvist and Mathieu Barthet
  • A Ferramenta SoundSphere no Contexto da Exploração e da Criação Sonora: Um Estudo de Caso de Música Ubíqua dentro da Sala de Aula.
    Ivan Simurra, Damián Keller, Brendah Freitas, Jeú Ferreira, César Leite, Marlon Teixeira and William Bessa.
  • Contracapas for remote double bass and effects: Creative Semantic Anchoring, Corpus Linguistics and Remote Interaction.
    Marcello Messina and Carlos Mario Gómez Mejía
  • Everyday Use of the Internet of Musical Things: Intersections with Ubiquitous Music.
    Rômulo Vieira, Flávio Schiavoni and Mathieu Barthet.