Call: ICSRiM Student Conference on Music, Multimedia and Electronics 2012

ICSRiM Student Conference on
Music, Multimedia and Electronics 2012

Monday 18th June 2012
School of Music, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Open Call for Proposals

iscMME 2012 welcomes the submission of a wide range of Sci-Arts research with particular focus on Music, Multimedia and Electronics. Submissions fall into four categories: (i) papers & presentations; (ii) posters; (iii) demonstrations or installations (iv) live performance & composition. Details and requirements for each category are specified below. All submissions will be reviewed by the iscMME program committee.

Proposals for categories (i), (ii) and (iii) should be an abstract (500 words max) detailing the research. This should be submitted as a pdf document via email to: Please specify your preferred submission category in the proposal.

Category (iv) submissions require a project description (200 words max), technical specification and a web-link containing audio/video files of the work and/or scores. All accepted works in this category will be performed at the Brudenell Social Club, Leeds as part of the evening concert.

iscMME themes include but are not limited to: Transdomain mapping/sonification/visualisation, instrument augmentation, computer music, gesture analysis, networked and distributed performance, digital audio processing and analysis, computer aided compositional tools, technology-enhanced education, computational musicology, machine perception, physical computing, algorithmic composition, live electronics, live coding, laptop performance, electroacoustic and acousmatic composition, audio-visual works, digital aesthetic, eTextiles, somatosensory systems, music imaging, new musical interfaces, scientific research in music.

Important dates:

Submissions: Open
Deadline for submission: 18th May 2012
Notification of acceptance: 1st June 2012
Camera ready deadline for final papers, media and all performance material: 7th June 2012

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One Comment

  1. Josephine Smith
    Posted April 26, 2012 at 2:12 pm | Permalink

    This looks really great!

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