Due to such a large volume of requests we have extended the deadline for both CMMR 2015 and the BCMI 2015 workshop to the 9th March 2015, 23:59 GMT. We look forward to receiving submissions around the conference theme of Music, Mind, Embodiment.
Registration is now open to the conference and the satellite workshop here:
The Motion Capture (MOCAP) workshop, a satellite event, is now fully booked. Anyone interested can now add themselves to the reserve list (see link to MOCAP workshop website below).
Please see the corresponding websites below for more information regarding the calls for works, registration, and conference details.
CMMR 2015: http://cmr.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/cmmr2015/
BCMI 2015: http://cmr.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/bcmi2015/
MOCAP 2015: http://cmr.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/mocap2015/
The 11th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research (CMMR) Music, Mind, and Embodiment will take place in Plymouth, UK on 16-19 June 2015.
The 1st International Workshop on Brain-Computer Music Interfacing, a satellite event of CMMR, will take place on 15th June 2015.
Plymouth is a vibrant ocean city with a global history which stretches back hundreds of years. The symposium will include a series of concerts, a satellite workshop on Music Neurotechnology, and an unforgettable boat cruise and banquet trip around the iconic Plymouth Hoe from the Barbican
Harbour, site of the Mayflower Steps (portrayed in the logo above), from which the Pilgrim Fathers left England to settle in North America in 1620.
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) is hosting the symposium on campus in the center of Plymouth, in their newly completed multi-million pound headquarters, "The House", which includes a multichannel diffusion suite and full scale auditorium for concert
*Music, Mind, and Embodiment*
This year, we encourage the submission of contributions on the theme of Music, Mind, and Embodiment. The notion of mind and embodiment is important in any field related to sound and music and is therefore well adapted to this interdisciplinary conference, since it can be studied from different standpoints spanning from physics to perceptual and cognitive considerations, and from scientific to artistic approaches.