The International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD) will take place in Montreal from June 26 to 29.
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Innovation lab is organizing a Future of music event on May 31st, where we have been asked to present some of the Medialogy musical instruments.
I just came back from a three days workshop organized by the Intelligent sound project, where I presented some work on instruments modeling and talked to so many really intelligent people. It is nice to see so many sound activities growing in Denmark.
On may 31st from 10-12, I will teach physical models in Max/MSP at the Opuzone 2007 workshop.
More information here.
Since its inception in 1998, the School of Sound has raised the profile of sound in audio-visual media through an unequalled series of presentations that integrate practice with theory, and art with entertainment.
Directors, sound designers, composers, editors, and theorists have shown us the soundtrack from hundreds of new angles. Sonic environments, non-naturalistic sound, sound as metaphor, human sound perception, sound for multimedia – the topics have ranged from the practical to the aesthetic to the metaphysical during these intense four-day symposia. If you work in film, television, commercials or multimedia, this event will provide the perfect complement to your technical expertise.
The School of Sound will not teach you about equipment or software. We aim to inspire you and move you to say, “I never thought of working that way.”
The School of Sound is produced and directed by Larry Sider and Diane Freeman. Larry Sider is a film and television editor and sound designer, and Head of Post-Production at the National Film and Television School, Beaconsfield, England. He lectures in the UK and abroad. Diane Freeman is a former television producer and production manager. She is a qualified trainer and member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Diane was formerly Deputy Chief Executive of PACT and has produced several symposia including “Television from the Nations and Regions” at the Lowry Centre, Salford, and “Animation Means Business” at the National Film Theatre, London.
Innovation Forum Interaction Design, a two-day conference on interface and interaction design will take place in Berlin on March 30th and 31st, 2007.
The conference will discuss all aspects of interface and interaction design, including mobile telephone and media interfaces, web pages and virtual worlds, problems solutions and product visions, and the meeting of art with commerce, and business with science.
One of the highlights of the conference is sure to be the showcase of colleges from across Europe that now feature dedicated courses in Interaction Design.
Summer School in Sound and Music Computing
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
July 2-6, 2007
This Summer School is organized by the Music Acoustics Group of
the KTH in Stockholm, with the goal to promote interdisciplinary
education and research in the field of Sound and Music Computing
(SMC). The School is aimed at graduate students working on their
Master or PhD thesis, but it is open to any person carrying out
research in this field.
* Anders Askenfelt (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
* Elvira Brattico (University of Helsinki, Finland)
* Roberto Bresin (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
* Nicola Bernardini (Conservatory of Padova)
* Antonio Camurri (University of Genova)
* Alain De Cheveigné (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)
* Anders Friberg (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
* Lalya Gaye (Viktoria Institute, Gothenburg, Sweden)
* Minna Huotilainen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
* Olivier Lartillot (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
* Giovanni De Poli (University of Padova)
* Davide Rocchesso (University of Verona)
* Stefania Serafin (Aalborg University Copenhagen)
* Johan Sundberg (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
* Sten Ternström (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
* Hans Hermanson (Head Multimedia Research, Ericsson, Stockholm)
* Lars Jonsson (The Swedish Radio, Stockholm)
* Staffan Ljung (Manager for Entertainment Solutions, Ericsson, Stockholm)
* Ernst Nathorst (Propellerhead Software, Stockholm)
* David Åström (Kocky / Soul Supreme, Stockholm)
The ISon ’07 meeting is the 2nd International meeting on Interactive Sonification, following the initial ISon workshop held in Bielefeld.
The meeting offers the chance:
to meet experts in sonification,
to present and demonstrate own research,
to strengthen your european networking in sonification research, and
to learn about new exciting trends.
Additional goals of the meeting are:
to relate research on the topic of gestural control of auditory displays to interactive sonification
to survey the requirements for building Interactive Sonification systems
to establish a network of interested researchers in the field and exchange experiences
High quality will be assured by a peer-reviewing process, and besides a web publication we might decide to transform the proceedings into a special journal issue, as in the 1st ISon meeting, see IEEE Multimedia Special Issue on Interactive Sonification.
29.09.2006 Deadline for Abstracts
20.11.2006 Notification of Acceptance
01.12.2006 Registration Deadline: Early registration is advised as numbers are strictly limited.
20.12.2006 Deadline for Final Papers