Join us online at noon on Wednesday, November 24 for three short talks by postdoctoral researchers Emma Frid, Emily Graber, and Corentin Guichaoua. https://youtu.be/6kUxa8g_SLU
Come learn about wetland acoustic monitoring and human-in-the-loop feedback sensing for mind-wandering, sleep and dreaming. Tune in to hear Gershon Dublon at 10h00 CET on THU, 1 July 2021, limited seating in Salle Shannon at IRCAM (zoom link TBA).
Euraxess ASEAN presents Dorien Herremans and Elaine Chew in a Meet My Lab webinar moderated by Lonce Wyse. Discussion focusses on the MorpheuS music generation system
Composer-neuroscientist-informatician Michael Casey visits the COSMOS Team
On “Auditory Stimulus Reconstruction from High-Resolution fMRI of Music Perception and Imagery” in Salle Stravinsky, IRCAM, at 11am on Wed, 11 March 2020.
Opening keynote at WOCMAT Taipei, the International Workshop on Computer Music and Audio Technology, hosted this year by the National Tsing Hua University in Hsinchu.
Originally on 26 Mar 2020. Postpone / canceled due to COVID. Thanks to Mathieu Giraud of the Algomus Team (members include Louis Bigo, Florence Levé, Richard Groult, and Ken Déguernel) at the University of Lille, Elaine Chew has been invited to present the Cosmos project at the Colloquium Polaris, a seminar series of the CRIStAL […]
Musical Structures, Performances, and Arrhythmias Date/Time: Thursday, 21 November 2019, 5:30pmLocation: MIT Room 4-270Street address: 182 Memorial Drive, Cambridge MA 02139, USA AbstractMusical performance is widely regarded to be one of the most breathtaking feats of human intelligence, but the nature of this creative act remains illusive and studies on expressive performance still lag behind […]
Announcing the COSMOS YouTube Channel, where we will be posting videos related to the ERC project COSMOS. For starters, the channel currently features three small video collections:
Lecture on optimization and music data science, and the upcoming work of COSMOS at the EURO (Association of European Operational Research Societies) Working Group on Locational Analysis EWGLA XXV at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Brussels