Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Fwd: MCM2015 (London, 22-25 June) Program Online (Early Bird Registration £80 ends 31 May)

Dear all,

On behalf of the general co-chairs Oscar Bandtlow and Elaine Chew, the
publications chair Tom Collins, and the scientific program committee
chaired by David Meredith and myself, I am happy to announce that the
program for the Fifth Biennial Mathematics and Computation in Music
Conference is now online at mcm2015.qmul.ac.uk/?page_id=304.

The conference will take place 22-25 June 2015 at Queen Mary
University of London. The event is co-hosted by the Schools of
Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (Centre for Digital Music)
and the School of Mathematical Sciences, and is promoted by QMUL in
association with the Society for Mathematics and Computation in Music,
London Mathematical Society, Institute of Musical Research, and the

Following a careful peer-review process, this year's program features
posters and talks based on papers on notation and representation,
mathemusical patterns, music generation, deep learning, performance,
geometric approaches, post-tonal music analysis, and scales. Accepted
papers are scheduled to appear in Springer's LNAI 9110.

The keynote speakers are: Gareth Loy (author of the two-volume
Musimathics), Andrée Ehresmann (Université de Picardie Jules Verne),
Emilia Gómez (University Pompeu Fabra), and Ge Wang (Stanford
University & Co-founder, Smule).

Those interested in attending the conference are reminded that the
early bird registration rate of £80 ends on 31 May 2015, and the fee
is £120 thereafter.

In addition to the scientific program, as part of this year's
conference, there will be two concerts that will be free and open to
the public:
— Blood & Tango, Tue, 23 June 2015, 12pm - mcm2015.qmul.ac.uk/?page_id=518
— Geometries & Gestures, Wed, 24 June 2015, 6pm -

All events will take place in the Arts Two Lecture Theatre at Queen
Mary University of London. The poster can be downloaded from

For further details, please see mcm2015.qmul.ac.uk.

Kind regards,
Anja Volk

Anja Volk,
VIDI-laureate, Project leader MUSIVA
Assistant Professor, MA, MSc, PhD

Department of Information and Computing Sciences, Utrecht University
PO Box 80.089
3508 TB Utrecht, the Netherlands
Tel.:+31 (30) 253 5965
email: a.volk@uu.nl