Stefania Serafin E: sts (at) create.aau.dk

Below you find the courses I have been teaching since I moved to Denmark, connected to the Medialogy education and the Sound and Music Computing education:

Fall 2014- ongoing

Coordinator of the Master in Sound and Music Computing

Teaching Sound Processing,  Modelling physical systems and multimodal perception and cognition, as well as supervising projects.

Spring 2011 – ongoing
Multimodal interaction in virtual environments – PhD course

See material here

Fall 2009-ongoing

Multimodal perception and cognition

Modelling physical systems
Coordinator – Medialogy in Copenhagen

Spring 2008
I am coordinating the semester 4: Interaction design, and teaching the courses below:

Audio design
Interactive acoustics

Fall 2007
I am teaching Cross-modal perception .
Spring 2007

I am coordinating the semester 4: Interaction design, and teaching the courses below:

Audio design
Interactive acoustics

Fall 2006

Auditory perception.

Cross-modal perception.

Spring 2006

During the Spring 2006, I am Semester coordinator of MED9 and MED4 (with Lise Kofoed).

I teach the following courses:

Interactive acoustics

Automatic perception II sound

FALL 2005

During the fall 2005, I am Semester coordinator of MED9 (together with Salvatore Livatino) and MED3 (with Norbert Kruger).

I will also be involved in the following courses

Automatic perception, sound part MED3

Perception, sound part MED3

Cross modal perception, sound part med7-2005

Cross sensorial processing, sound part med7-2005

SPRING 2005

I was semester coordinator of MED8.

I taught the following courses

Interactive acoustics, Medialogy 8

Automatic perception, sound part, MED4

I also taught a physical modeling class at ESMUC in Barcelona.

See material HERE

FALL 2004

I was coordinating Med 7.

I was also teaching Music informatics .

SPRING 2004

Automatic perception

Perception

Medialogy Math I

Soundtrack for animation,animation

FALL 2003

Music informatics

Perception

 

Before moving to Denmark, here is some material of my classes at CCRMA, Stanford University

Physical interaction design for music I

Physical interaction design for music II

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