SAC ACTIVITY SEMINAR: MUSIC INTERACTION FOR HEALTH
Novel Methods for Using Music Interaction to Address Wellbeing and Health Improvement in Training and in Leisure
Tuesday 11th October 2016 at KTH in Stockholm
The symposium brings together researchers working with sound and music interaction in health or therapy settings, but from different perspectives. Among the invited lectures is Professor Rumi Hiraga from the National Technical University Tsukuba, and the symposium is arranged as a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Alumni Activity (SAC). In addition to the academic program, there will be a welcome note from JSPS Director, Prof. Tadaharu Tsumoto.
Music Interaction for Health is organized by the KTH Sound and Music Computing group. Contact the organizer: Kjetil Falkenberg Hansen.
The program is subject to change
|LOCATION: PMiL Lab, KTH. Map.|
|Video: JSPS Supports Science|
|13:00-13:05||Kjetil Falkenberg Hansen|
|Welcome note & program|
|Introduction of JSPS program and activities|
|Sound design for health purposes|
|Working with music and hearing impaired students|
|The singing voice and novel uses of voice metrics|
|14:30-14:50||Andreas Almqvist Gref|
|Sonifying manual wheelchair operation for training in sports and everyday life|
|LOCATION: VIC Studio, KTH. Map.|
|Music interaction and the public room|
|The potential and challenges of sonification|
|Sound feedback to movements in clinical exposure-based treatment of kinesiophobia (fear of movement)|
|Music and Mental training|
|How we work with sound, music and vibrations at a multi sensory center|
|Sonification and Somaesthetic Appreciation Design|
|18:30-21:00||Mingle and student demos|
The symposium is open to the public and free to attend. Due to space restrictions, we kindly ask you to register your attendance by email. Since the deadline has passed, we will admit on a first-serve basis.
Japan Society for Promotion of Sciences. JSPS Stockholm Office offers financial support to seminars organized by members of the JSPS Alumni Club in Sweden (SAC).