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Nordic Sound and Music Computing Conference 2019

CONNECTING ART, TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN, AND HUMANITIES THROUGH RESEARCH
19-20 November 2019 at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockhkolm, Sweden

The 1st Nordic Sound & Music Computing Conference will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, 19-20 November 2019 and it will be organized by the Sound and Music Computing group at the Division of Media Technology and Interaction Design at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in collaboration with the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

The 6th Interactive Sonification Workshop (ISon) 2019 will take place as a satellite event of Nordic SMC 2019, on November 18.

You are welcome to participate and submit contributions to both ISon 2019 and Nordic SMC 2019.

A hands-on workshop/tutorial will be organized In the morning of November 19. It can be attended by both Nordic SMC 2019 and ISon 2019 participants. More information about the workshop will be published soon here.

Proceedings

Click here to download the proceedings in PDF format.

Photos

Click here to photos that we taken during the conferences and workshops.

Programme

Click here for the detailed final programme in PDF format.

Monday, November 18, 2019


Satellite event: 6th Interactive Sonification Workshop (ISon) 2019, including the Design Fiction workshop on the soundscape of the future.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019


Place for the BELA workshop: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Lindstedtsvägen 5, MIDDLA Designstudio

08:45 Registration
09:00 BELA Workshop A hands-on introduction to how Bela platform can be used for realtime interactive sonification. The workshop is led by Astrid Bin, one of the Bela creators. You will work with Bela boards equipped with gesture sensors (hardware is provided).
12:00 Lunch Lunch is not provided, but there are a good selection of restaurants on campus and can be found here: Student Union's restaurants and cafes, Syster o Bror, Restaurang Q, Restaurang Labbet

Place for the afternoon session: KMA Royal Academy of music, Blasieholmstorg 8

13:30 Registration
14:00 Oral session Paper presentations
14:40 The Bill Brunson Session with Music Introduction
14:55 Bill Brunson Session Paper presentations
15:15 Music
15:25 Coffee break
15:40 Bill Brunson Session Paper presentations
16:40 Music
16:50 Bill Brunson Session Paper presentations
17:45 Closing session

Wednesday, November 20, 2019


Place: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Room F3, Lindstedtsvägen 26

08:30 Registration
09:00 Key note Ulf Olausson
09:45 Oral session Paper presentations
10:25 Coffee break
10:45 Oral session Paper presentations
12:15 Lunch Lunch is not provided, but there are a good selection of restaurants on campus and can be found here: Student Union's restaurants and cafes, Syster o Bror, Restaurang Q, Restaurang Labbet
13:30 Key note Audiovisual performance composition using electromagnetic waves
Eleonora Oreggia
14:15 Coffee break Poster and demo session
15:00 Oral session Paper presentations
16:30 Discussion and final remarks
18:00 Concert KMH Royal College of Music (free entrance)

Scientific Committee

Roberto Bresin, KTH - School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Gerhard Eckel, KTH - School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Henrik Frisk, Royal College of Music, Stockholm
Kjetil Falkenberg Hansen, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Andre Holzapfel, KTH - School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Sandra Pauletto, KTH - School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Bob Sturm, KTH - School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Stefania Serafin, Aalborg University
Sofia Dahl, Aalborg University
Vesa Välimäki, Aalto University
Alexander Refsum Jensenius, University of Oslo
Stefan Östersjö, Luleå University of Technology
Rúnar Unnþórsson, University of Iceland

Sponsors

The 1st Nordic Sound and MUsic Computing conference 2019 is financially supported by KTH Royal Institute of technology, the Nordic SMC Network, NAVET Centre for Art, Technology and Design, NordForsk, KMA Royal Swedish Academy of Music, and KMH Royal College of Music.