*** CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS ***
DMRN+7: Digital Music Research Network 1-Day Workshop 2012
People's Palace Lecture Theatre One (PP1)
Queen Mary University of London
18 December 2012
* Keynote Speaker
Prof. George Tzanetakis (University of Victoria, Canada)
will talk on "Reinventing the vibraphone using non-invasive sensing".
Digital music is an important and fast-moving research area. Sophisticated
digital tools for the creation, generation and dissemination of music have
established clear synergies between music and leisure industries, the use of
technology within art, the creative industries and the creative economy.
Digital music research is emerging as a "transdiscipline" across the usual
academic boundaries of computer science, electronic engineering and music.
The Digital Music Researh Network (DMRN) aims to promote research in the
area of Digital Music, by bringing together researchers from UK universities
and industry in electronic engineering, computer science, and music.
DMRN will be holding its next 1-day workshop on
** Tuesday 18 December 2012 **
The workshop will include invited and contributed talks, and posters will be
on display during the day, including during the lunch and coffee breaks.
The workshop will be an ideal opportunity for networking with other people
working in the area. There will also be an opportunity to continue
discussions after the Workshop in a nearby Pub/Restaurant.
* Call for Contributions
You are invited to submit a proposal for a talk and/or a poster to be
presented at this event.
TALKS may range from the latest research, through research overviews or
surveys, to opinion pieces or position statements, particularly those likely
to be of interest to an interdisciplinary audience. Most talks will be 20 to
30 minutes, although there may be some flexibility to accommodate other
lengths depending on the number of submissions. Short announcements about
other items of interest (e.g. future events or other networks) are also
POSTERS can be on any research topic of interest to the members of the
network. Posters (A0 portrait) will be on display through the day, including
lunch break and coffee breaks.
The abstracts of presentations will be collated into a digest and
distributed on the day, and authors will be encouraged to submit an
electronic versions of posters (e.g. in PDF format) to allow the posters to
be viewed after the event.
Please submit your talk or poster proposal in the form of an abstract
(maximum 1 page of A4) in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org giving the
following information about your presentation:
* Preference for talk or poster (or "no preference").
Abstract submission deadline: Friday 16 November 2012.
* 16 Nov 2011: Abstract submission deadline
* 30 Nov 2012: Notification of acceptance
* 7 Dec 2012: Early Bird Registration deadline
* 18 Dec 2012: DMRN+7 Workshop
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