More than 1,000 high-quality researchers entered the competition across nine separate categories. Of the applications in the Falling Walls Art & Science category, 30 were selected as Finalists. From these finalists, 10 are chosen as Winners. Breaking the Wall to Understanding Music’s Effect on the Heart was among these 10 shortlisted projects. See the list of all winner profiles in the Art & Science category along with their remarkable projects in the press release:
Prof. Chew will be leading an investigation on applying music information retrieval (MIR) rhythm analysis techniques to arrhythmia ECG sequences (details below) at the inaugural WiMIR (Women in MIR) Workshop to take place at Télécom ParisTech on 28 September 2018. The workshop is scheduled to follow the annual ISMIR (International Conference on MIR) conference in Paris 23-27 September 2018. […]
A keynote at the conference in Graz, Herbert von Karajan and the Interpretation of Music, introduced the core tenets of the COSMOS project, applied to Karajan’s recordings.