Tuesday, 15 August 2017
The 2nd Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity will be held at The Open University in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom between the 11th and 13th of September 2017. The conference will cover theoretical and practical aspects of a range of computational approaches to music. There is still time to join/propose a panel (or submit a short talk or offer a short performance).
Musical Creativity & HCI, Simon Holland
Domain-Specific Generative Music: Music in Computer Games, Simon Cutajar
Now that deep learning has solved music, what’s next?, Bob Sturm
Issues in the Evaluation of Creative Music Systems, Róisín Loughran
Applying music patterns in generation, Iris Yuping Ren
Live coding, Iris Yuping Ren
Panellists are sought, send a brief statement of your interest in the topic (100 words max) to the listed organiser by 18th Aug.
The provisional programme is available: https://csmc2017.wordpress.com/programme/
Early Registration is available until 15th Aug: https://csmc2017.wordpress.com/registration/
Professor Elaine Chew, Queen Mary, University of London Dr Anna Jordanous, University of Kent
Friday, 21 July 2017
Tuesday, 18 July 2017
If you use our journal citation database Web of Science, then you might be interested to find out about some exciting new developments https://clarivate.com/blog/whats-new-in-web-of-science/
Monday, 17 July 2017
Inventor Manu Prakash turns everyday materials into powerful scientific devices, from paper microscopes to a clever new mosquito tracker. From the TED Fellows stage, he demos Paperfuge, a hand-powered centrifuge inspired by a spinning toy that costs 20 cents to make and can do the work of a $1,000 machine, no electricity required.