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Tuesday, June 5 • 12:30pm - 1:59pm
Demo-Poster Session 2

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Lunch break, and demo-poster session.  Coffee, pastries and refreshments will be provided.

Posters

Demos

Exhibitors
avatar for Daniel Bennett

Daniel Bennett

PhD Researcher, Bristol University
Music: Central Pattern Generator Neural Networks, Nonlinear Dynamic Systems, Feedback, Noise | | Other research: HCI, effect of computer systems on autonomy
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Peter Beyls

researcher, University College Ghent
avatar for Pangur Brougham-Cook

Pangur Brougham-Cook

Undergraduate Researcher, College of Charleston
avatar for Andrew R. Brown

Andrew R. Brown

Professor of Digital Arts, Griffith University
avatar for Ivica Ico Bukvic

Ivica Ico Bukvic

NIME 2018 Co-Chair, Virginia Tech
Ico is... or is he?
avatar for Deepak Chandran

Deepak Chandran

Masters Student, CCRMA, Stanford University
avatar for Jean-Francois Charles

Jean-Francois Charles

Assistant Professor, Composition & Digital Arts, University of Iowa
avatar for Richard Graham

Richard Graham

CEO, Delta Sound Labs
Delta Sound Labs is an audio technology company based in the United States. Come talk to us about eurorack modules and VSTs for music production. We have some hardware and software in beta and we're looking for testers, particularly if you're an active artist/musician.
avatar for Alexander Jensenius

Alexander Jensenius

Associate Professor, University of Oslo
Alexander Refsum Jensenius is a music researcher and research musician. His research focuses on why music makes us move, which he explores through empirical studies using different types of motion sensing technologies. He also uses the analytic knowledge and tools in the creation... Read More →
avatar for Tetsuro Kitahara

Tetsuro Kitahara

Associate Professor, Nihon University
I'm developing music systems with which non-musicians enjoy music through performance and/or creation. This year, I presented a demo of an improvisation system using eye tracking.
avatar for Shawn Lawson

Shawn Lawson

Associate Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|Troy|New York|United States
Shawn Lawson is an experiential media artist exploring the computational sublime with technologies like: stereoscopy, camera vision, touch screens, game controllers, mobile devices, random number generators, live-coding, and real-time computer graphics. His artwork has exhibited in... Read More →
avatar for Bill Manaris

Bill Manaris

Professor, Computing in the Arts, College of Charleston
avatar for Charles Martin

Charles Martin

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Oslo
Computer scientist, percussionist and computer musician. Interested in embedded systems, mobile devices and musical AI!
avatar for Alex Nieva

Alex Nieva

McGill University
avatar for Miguel Ortiz

Miguel Ortiz

Lecturer, Queen\'s University Belfast
Music
avatar for Robert Van Rooyen

Robert Van Rooyen

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Victoria|Victoria|British Columbia|Canada
As an experienced multidisciplinary engineer and musician, I am keenly interested in robotics that can render "human like" performances. Exploring the nuances and translating them to stochastic multidimensional motion control that can render comparable performances is of particular... Read More →
avatar for Yosuke Sakai

Yosuke Sakai

Painter, Programmer
Yosuke Sakai (1980-) is a sumi-e artist based in Tokyo, Japan. Sumi-e is a Japanese traditional brush painting style with black ink in all possible gradations ranging from the purest black to the lightest gray. One piece of Hokusai Katsushika's sumi-e work inspired Yosuke to get into... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Schloss

Andrew Schloss

Professor of Music, University of Victoria
avatar for Hiroto Takeuchi

Hiroto Takeuchi

Composer | Performer | Programmer
Hiroto Takeuchi (1979-) is a electronic musician and sound artist from Tokyo, Japan. He works for the electronic music labels in Tokyo and Seoul as a composer and a producer. His primary medium is sound, principally involving but not limited... Read More →
avatar for Kyriakos Tsoukalas

Kyriakos Tsoukalas

Virginia Tech, NIME 2018 Workshops & Demos Co-Chair
avatar for Luca Turchet

Luca Turchet

Luca Turchet is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Digital Music and co-founder of MIND Music Labs. His research interests span the fields of new interfaces for musical expression, human-computer interaction, perception, and virtual reality. He is also a musician and composer... Read More →
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Jonathan Wakefield

Subject Area Leader for Music Technology and Production, University of Huddersfield
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Marcelo Wanderley

Professor, McGill University


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