|What: 1st UK Music Informatics and Cognition (MIC) workshop|
|When: Wednesday 20th July, 1:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Where: University of Edinburgh, Informatics Forum|
|1:00-1:15 -||Room 4.31 -||Introduction, Mark Steedman|
|1:15-2:05 -||Room 4.31 -||Emmanouil Benetos|
|2:05-2:55 -||Room 4.31 -||Andrew McLeod|
|2:55-3:20 -||Miniforum 2 -||Coffee break|
|3:20-4:10 -||Room 4.31 -||Tillman Weyde|
|4:10-5:00 -||Room 4.31 -||Stephanie Shih|
|5:00-7:00 -||Miniforum 2 -||Poster session and reception|
Talk titles and abstracts here
Poster titles and abstracts here
Topics include (but are not limited to)
- Data-driven methods for music analysis
- Music signal processing
- Symbolic music processing
- Music information retrieval
- Computational music analysis
- Music cognition
- Music and language
Computational methods play an important role in modeling human cognitive processing of music, as well as unlocking practical applications such as music retrieval and transcription. This workshop, focused on data-driven methods for music analysis, brings together UK researchers to share different perspectives and disciplinary approaches to music in a computational and/or cognitive context. The proximity of these universities makes this a great opportunity for researchers in the area to meet.
Attendance is free, but please sign up with the eventbrite link provided so we have an idea of the number of people to expect.
Hope to see you all there!