Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music (10th) Fwd:

Subject: Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music (10th) Fwd:
From: Kevin Austin (
Date: Wed May 18 2005 - 21:16:46 EDT

         Call for Papers
       The 10th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music
       X Simp█sio Brasileiro de Computa┴ôo Musical
        Po┴os de Caldas, Brazil, October 3-5, 2005

The Symposium

The Brazilian symposia on computer music have consolidated the
position of the country in the field. The 10th Brazilian Symposium on
Computer Music will be held in Po┴os de Caldas, in conjunction with
the Latin American Symposium on Multimedia and Web. The symposium is
organized by the Computer Music special interest group of the
Brazilian Computer Society (SBC).

This will be a unique opportunity to visit Po┴os de Caldas, a
beautiful and quiet town in the heart of Latin America. In addition
to the traditional main papers track, the symposium will also host
concerts, music papers, posters, and invited talks on topics at the
cutting edge of computer music science and technology. Computer
scientists and musicians interested in the interplay between computer
technology and music are invited to submit their work.

Enhanced and extended versions of the best SBCM papers will be
considered for publication in the Journal of the Brazilian Computer

Topics of Interest

The topics of this symposium include, but are not limited to:

o Acoustics, Diffusion, Sonorization
o Artificial Intelligence
o Artificial Life and Evolutionary Music Systems
o Audio Hardware Design
o Audio Digital Signal Processing
o Computer-Aided Music Analysis
o Computer-Aided Musical Education
o Computer-Aided Musicology
o Distributed Music
o Internet and Web Applications
o Music and Audio in Multimedia Systems and Applications
o Music Data Structures and Representation
o Music Information Retrieval
o Music Notation, Printing, and Optical Recognition
o Quality of Service for Audio
o Psychoacoustics and Cognitive Modeling
o Real-time Interactive Systems
o Software Systems and Languages for Composition
o Sound Synthesis


General Chairs: Hugo Bastos de Paula (PUC-Minas, Brazil)
                           Maur╠cio Loureiro (CEFALA/UFMG, Brazil)
Technical Papers Chair: Fabio Kon (IME/USP, Brazil)
Music Papers Chair: J┘natas Manzolli (Unicamp, Brazil)
Posters Chair: R╚gis Rossi Faria (LSI/USP, Brazil)
Concerts Chair: S╚rgio Freire (UFMG, Brazil)
Proceedings Editor: Hani C. Yehia (UFMG, Brazil)

Technical Papers Program Committee

Adolfo Maia Jr. (Unicamp, Brazil)
Lelio Camilleri (U. Firenze, Italy)
Aluizio Arcela (UNB, Brazil)
Luis Jure (U. Republica, Uruguay)
Andrew Horner (HKUST, Hong Kong)
Marcelo Queiroz (USP, Brazil)
Chris Chafe (Stanford U., USA)
Marcelo Soares Pimenta (UFRGS, Brazil)
Edilson Ferneda (UCB, Brazil)
Marcelo Wanderley (McGill U., Canada)
Eduardo Reck Miranda (U. Plymouth, UK)
MĚrcio Brandôo (UnB, Brazil)
Emilios Cambouropoulos (AUTH, Greece)
Matthew Wright, (UC Berkeley/Stanford U., USA)
Fabio Kon (USP, Brazil) (chair)
Maur╠cio Loureiro (UFMG, Brazil)
Flavio S. C. Silva (USP, Brazil)
Oscar Pablo di Liscia (UNQ, Argentina)
Fran┴ois D╚chelle (IRCAM, France)
Palle Dahlstedt (Chalmers U. Technology, Sweden)
Furio Damiani (Unicamp, Brazil)
Peter Beyls (Hogeschool Gent, Belgium)
Geber Ramalho (UFPE, Brazil)
Petri Toiviainen (U. Jyvaskyla, Finland)
G╚rard Assayag (IRCAM, France)
Roger Dannenberg (CMU, USA)
Hani C. Yehia (UFMG, Brazil)
Rosa Maria Vicari (UFRGS, Brazil)
Henkjan Honing (U. Amsterdam)
Sever Tipei (U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Ian Whalley (U. Waikato, New Zealand)
Victor Lazzarini (NUI, Ireland)
JŞrgen Bröuninger (U. KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)

Music Papers Program Committee

Carlos Palombini (UFMG, Brazil) Mikhail Malt (IRCAM, France)
Didier Guigue (UFPB, Brazil)
Ricardo dal Farra (U. Tres de Febrero, Argentina)
Fernando Iazzetta (USP, Brazil)
Robert Willey (University of Louisiana, USA)
Garnett Guy (U. Illinois UC, USA) Rodolfo Caesar (UFRJ, Brazil)
Heinrich K. Taube (U. Illinois, USA) S╠lvio Ferraz (Unicamp, Brazil)


Full-paper submissions, music papers, and posters can be submitted
via the JEMS online system
( Technical papers, up
to 12 pages long, are supposed to present original research with
scientific contributions. Music papers, up to 12 pages long, describe
the experience of composers and users of computational tools to
produce music. Posters will be selected based on 2-page extended
abstracts and are meant to describe unfinished ongoing work. Papers
can be written in English (preferred), Portuguese, or Spanish and
must conform to the SBC style (
Submissions should be preferably in PDF (with Type 1, vectorial
fonts). Postscript is also acceptable. If you are completely unable
to provide your paper in PDF or PS, then Word .doc can be accepted.

Technical Papers: 17 June 2005
Music Papers: 17 June 2005
Notification of Acceptance: 29 July 2005
Posters: 8 August 2005
SBCM'2005: 3-5 October 2005

More Information

For further information, please visit the symposium home page at For questions regarding the technical
papers, contact Fabio Kon (kon at,
for music papers, contact J┘natas
Manzolli (jonatas at For other
inquiries contact the symposium general organizers Hugo de Paula
(hugo at or Maur╠cio Loureiro (mauricioloureiro at


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