10th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music: FWD


Subject: 10th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music: FWD
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Fri Sep 09 2005 - 09:49:23 EDT


  SBCM 2005: Call for Participation

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                The 10th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music

                  X Simp=F3sio Brasileiro de Computa=E7=E3o Musical

                        http://www.cefala.org/sbcm2005

                 Belo Horizonte, Brazil, October 3-6, 2005

You can't miss the 10th SBCM which will be one of the best of the series
with great technical and musical activities featuring world-renowned
researchers in the field of Computer Music. The program this year will
feature:

- Technical Papers
- Music Papers
- Posters and short papers presentations
- Open Music 5.0 Tutorial by IRCAM researchers Carlos Agon, Jean
Bresson,
and Olivier Warusfel
- Keynote Speech by Petri Toiviainen, University of Jyv=E4skyl
Finland=20
- Discussion Panel
- Concerts

REGISTRATION

Discounted registration fees are available until September 21st. For
online registration, visit
http://www.cefala.org/sbcm2005/english/registration.html
or http://www.cefala.org/sbcm2005/portugues/inscricao.html

PROGRAM

The program will include 18 Technical Papers, 7 Music Papers, 16 Short
Papers, 6 posters, 3 concerts, a panel, a invited talk, and a workshop =
(tutorial).
The topics of the technical sessions will cover:

- Acoustics and Sound Diffusion Systems
- Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary Music Systems
- Software Tools for Composition and Sound Synthesis
- Music Analysis and Pattern Recognition
- Music Representation, Retrieval, and Classification
- Psychoacoustics and Cognitive Modeling

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information, please visit the symposium home page at
http://www.cefala.org/sbcm2005. For questions about registration and the
local organization, please contact Hugo de Paula (hugo at
pucminas.br). For questions regarding the technical progam, contact
Fabio Kon (kon@
ime.usp.br).



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