Justyna Maculewicz has been accepted to present a paper at this years International conference on Multisensory Motor Behavior: Impact of Sound in Hanover.
The title of the paper is: “Does a rhythmic auditory feedback help exercising with an auditory instruction?”
Associate Professor Bob L. Sturm has published the article: “On Theorem 10 in “On Polar Polytopes and the Recovery of Sparse Representations””, IEEE Trans. Information Theory, vol. 59, no. 8, pp. 5206-5209. (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?arnumber=6506976)
On September 11th Professor Ville Pulkki from the spatial sound research group at the Aalto University (Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics) will visit Medialogy Copenhagen to give talks and demos.
PROGRAM (Please note
SEM7 is the new Semester 7 workspace in , 3rd floor. SEM7 has been moved to  room 2.1.43)
11:00 – SEM7: Introduction: Current work of the Spatial Sound team at Aalto (see  on the map)
12:00 – Lunch (see  on the map)
13:00 – SEM7: Parametric time-frequency domain spatial audio reproduction techniques (see  on the map)
14:30 – LAB: Demos (see  on the map)
Steven Gelineck is presenting a poster and a demo at this years International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS’2013).
The paper: “Steven Gelineck, Morten Büchert & Jesper Andersen. Music Mixing Surface, International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, St. Andrews, United Kingdom, 2013″
See more about the project here.
Associate Professor Bob L. Sturm has won a “Prize for Reproducible Research” from Sustainable Software for Audio and Music Research. The Sustainable Software initiative supports “the sustainable development and use of software and data to enable high quality research in the audio and music research community”. “Based at the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary University of London, it provides developer resources, tutorials, workshops and advice to help the whole audio and music research community.”
Read more here: http://www.soundsoftware.ac.uk/rr-prize-winner-announcement
Associate Professor Bob L. Sturm presented three papers at the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME), July 2013 in San Jose, CA, USA:
- Bob L. Sturm, Evaluating music emotion recognition: Lessons from music genre recognition?, International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, San Jose, 2013
- Bob L. Sturm, Music genre recognition with risk and rejection, International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, San Jose, 2013
- Bob L. Sturm, On music genre classification via compressive sampling, International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, San Jose, 2013
The PhD defense by Niels Böttcher, which was to be held on Tuesday August 20th is postponed – the new date will be announced as soon as possible
Stefania Serafin and Amalia de Götzen have just presented a paper at the SMAC-SMC Conference in Stockholm entitled: “Real, foley or synthetic? An evaluation of everyday walking sounds.”
For more about the conference go to: http://www.speech.kth.se/smac-smc-2013/