The international New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference takes place at Goldsmiths University this year. NIME has become one of the key academic conferences in computer music and music technology research. The conference promises to be very interesting this year, organised by a fantastic team of people at the Department of Computing. The Music Informatics and Performance Technologies Lab will have a strong presence at NIME, presenting a range of research and performances:
Chris Kiefer presents his paper on Musical Instrument Mapping Design with Echo State Networks
Thor Magnusson presents his paper called Improvising with the Threnoscope: Integrating Code, Hardware, GUI, Network, and Graphic Scores and participates in an Interactive Music Notation and Representation Workshop with a presentation on Algorithmic Notation.
Thor Magnusson and Adriana Sa perform a piece called Fermata.
Sally Jane Norman is co-organising a panel on Gender, Education, Creativity in Digital Music and Sound Art.
Chad McKinney has a poster on Quick Live Coding Collaboration In The Web Browser
Nick Collins presents various work
Matt Yee-King with Alex McLean perform Canute.