Among >1,000 high-quality projects, understanding music’s effect on the heart is one of the 10 winners in the Art & Science category!
Professor Elaine Chew has been announced as a finalist in the Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the Year 2023, Art and Science category,
Do you find complex, contemporary music difficult and alienating? Would that change if you could control the tempo of the music? Emily Graber’s Marie Curie Fellowship EAR STRETCH aims to increase appreciation for contemporary music by providing active tempo control with physiological monitoring
Today, the ERC celebrates 10,000 grantees. We are grateful to be one of the 10,000 grantees, and one of the 15 stories featured on how the ERC transformed science
Paul Lascabettes wins the AFIM (French Association of Computer Music) Young Researcher Award at the Journées d’Informatique Musicale (JIM 2020) in Strasbourg for his ATIAM Masters research with Carlos Agon and Isabelle Bloch
Emma Frid and project on “Accessible digital musical instruments – Multimodal feedback and artificial intelligence for improved musical frontiers for people with disabilities”
Heart.FM, selected for ERC proof-of-concept funding, is an app-creation initiative to deliver tailored music therapy with physiological feedback in cardiovascular disease.