[Elsnet-list] invitation to contribute, Musicnetwork Open Workshop,
Vienna july 2005
disita at oboe.dsi.unifi.it
Tue May 10 02:43:02 CEST 2005
Dear Elsnet List
Due to popular demand, the contribuition submission deadline for
the MUSICNETWORK open workshop has been extended to 30th May 2005 !
------- 5th Open Workshop of MUSICNETWORK -------
Vienna, 4-5th July
Integration of Music in Multimedia Applications
CALL FOR PROPOSAL
Deadline for submission: 30 May 2005
With the support of the European Commission, the MUSICNETWORK project
has been created to explore the applications and integration of
interactive multimedia technologies for Music, enabling inter- and
trans-disciplinary collaborations and networking, bridging many
important sectors, including cultural, commercial, industrial,
research and academic.
The theme of the 5th Open Workshop is the Integration of Music in
Multimedia applications, including: music education, music management
in libraries, entertainment, cognition and perception, multimedia
standards, distribution and protection, business and transaction model,
valorisation of cultural heritage, electronic consumer applications,
mobile applications for education and entertainment and others.
The 5th Open Workshop is structured around the following sessions.
-- Applications and Technical papers. Chairs: Andrea Khol (MICA,
khol at mica.at), Francesco Spadoni (RIGEL, spadoni at rigel.li.it). This
session focuses on end-user applications and/or innovative technologies,
particularly on current applications, case-studies, applications
scenarios, latest development, as well as future directions, innovative
technologies. Proposals on Industrial presentations of music applications
or expert/research papers are welcome.
-- MPEG SMR, Symbolic Music Representation, State of the art report.
Chairs: Paolo Nesi (DSI, nesi at dsi.unifi.it) and Giorgio Zoia (EPFL,
Giorgio.Zoia at epfl.ch). The idea of this section is to provide support
to industries and groups that intent to exploit the MPEG SMR
-- Imaging and Interactivity session. Chairs: Kia Ng (ICSRiM University
of Leeds, kia at comp.leeds.ac.uk) and David Crombie (FNB, dcrombie at fnb.nl).
The main focus of this session is to explore interactive and imaging
technologies for music and edutainment. Key topics include (but not
limited to): interactive music scores, score following, rendering,
virtual and augmented music instruments for easy access to music making,
scientific data visualization for music, and music imaging including
optical music recognition, digitiSation, and preservation.
-- Exposition Area, Demonstrations and papers. Chairs: Giuseppe Nicotra
(ARCA, nicotra at dodiesis.com), Michel Girer (LISTESSO, info at listesso.com).
This session welcome exposition proposals on all the topics of the
previous section. Proposals may be related to commercial products or
Research Results ready to be exploitable from the industry. The proposals
have to be provided by submitting a description of the application tool,
or submitting a CD or by allowing a download from a WWW site. The
proposal has to include a description of the space and resources required
to present the demonstration (e.g. tables, power, poster space, time,
etc.), the names of the person/people that will present the application,
their short biography (10 lines), and the material that will be made
available for the attendees of the exposition.
-- Tutorials/Survey on Music/Multimedia Technologies. Chairs: Jerome
Barthelemy (IRCAM, Jerome.Barthelemy at ircam.fr), Nicola Mitolo (DSI,
mitolo at dsi.unifi.it). For this section, we welcome tutorial and review
proposals. Proposal must provide a short description of the Tutorial/Survey
describing the state of the art of a sector or of a specific technology
and discuss the context of the tutorial and a short biography (20 lines)
of the speaker. Please confirm if the tutorial has been presented elsewhere,
the duration of the tutorial, the number of slides, the technical support
FREE registration is available via the WWW site of the MUSICNETWORK: http://www.interactivemusicnetwork.org/events/nuova_prenotazione.php?evento_id=38
Different types of contributions are welcome:
Tutorials/Surveys (4 to 8 pages of proposal)
Application and Technical Papers (2 to 10 pages)
Exposition and Demonstrations (1 page summary)
MPEG SMR Symbolic Music Representation: (2 pages summary)
Submission Deadline: 30 May 2005
Notification of acceptance: 10 June 2005
Full paper submission: 15 June 2005
Workshop: 4th5th July 2005
Please also note that the CFP for indutrial presentations at
AXMEDIS 2005 conference is still open:
Send an email to:
Paolo NesiL: Nesi at dsi.unifi.it or to
Kia Ng: k.c.ng at leeds.ac.uk
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