Fadi Al-Ghawanmeh PhD student at RITMO and University of Lorraine will give this week's Food & Paper.
The open midway assessment for our PhD fellow in musicology, Bjørnar Sandvik, has been postponed until late January 2021.
To comment on the candidate's work, we have invited professor Tellef Kvifte of the University of South-Eastern Norway.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Matt Tomlinson (UiO) on rhythm in academic writing.
Professor Jim Tørresen (RITMO/IFI) will give this week's Food & Paper.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Daniel Bennett from University of Bristol on multifractal analysis.
In the tradition of "minute-by-minute" TV shows, you will have the chance to watch RITMO researchers set up equipment and record a performance by the Borealis String Quartet. This is a unique chance to watch the "behind the scenes" of a very complex data capture session. We will stream everything, with live commentary by the researchers.
Doctoral Research Fellow Connor Spiech from RITMO will give this week's Food & Paper.
What is your most creative time management tip? Have you learnt or done something that is especially relevant when working from home? What are the characteristics of your most effective days?
RITMO members and guests present the second installment of the Thematic Workshop series, on the subject of ‘affect'. The workshop is organised by the Interaction & Pleasure research cluster at RITMO.
Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (Associate Professor in Popular Music Studies) and Bjørnar E. Sandvik (PhD student at RITMO) will hold this week's Food & Paper.
This session will be run by Henrik Herrebrøden and Mojtaba Karbassi.
Postdoctoral Researcher Andrija Milojević from LUT University, and currently a visiting researcher at RITMO and ROBIN will talk about his work in: “Soft Robotic Systems - are soft robots future of robotics?"
Dr Rebecca Fiebrink, Reader at the University of the Arts London Creative Computing Institute, will give a seminar on "Machine learning as (Meta-) instrument".
Doctoral Research Fellow Kjell Andreas Oddekalv at RITMO will give a talk on "Metre-on-metre interactions – analysing the rhythms of rap flows."
Doctoral Research Fellow at RITMO, Dana Swarbrick, will give a talk on concerts during the coronavirus.
An interactive art installation presented during the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) 2020.
In the 5th edition of MusicLab we invite you to an online algorave (algorithmic rave)! Prominent algoravers Renick Bell and Khoparzi will improvise live-coded music on their computers from their respective locations in Japan and India, while the audience will dance to the rave music in their homes all over the world. This event is also the launch of our brand new MusicLab App!
Previous Postdoctoral Fellow at RITMO Charles Martin will give a talk on "Data Driven Analysis of Tiny Touchscreen Performance with MicroJam"
RITMO members and guests present the first installment of a new Thematic Workshop series, on the subject of 'the experience of time and the "now”'. The workshop is organised by the Interaction & Pleasure research cluster at RITMO.
Researcher at RITMO Alejandro Omar Blenkmann will give a talk on his latest paper.
Professor Rolf Inge Godøy will give a talk on musical intermittency.
Professor in music technology Alexander Refsum Jensenius will give a talk on musical instruments.
The seminar has been cancelled because of the increasing health safety concerns about COVID 19.