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The title of the seminar series is inspired by food paper, which is the traditional Norwegian way of packing up sandwiches brought for lunch (Photo: Wikipedia)
This is RITMO's semi-internal research seminar, usually held in RITMO's kitchen area. People bring their lunch and listen to informal presentations by their colleagues or guests.
Presentations are usually short (20-30 minutes) followed by a discussion. The seminar is open to everyone interested. If you are not a RITMO employee, you can ask for the Zoom link to enter.
Michael Schutz, Associate Professor of Music Cognition/Percussion at McMaster University, will hold this week's Food & Paper.
Fadi Al-Ghawanmeh PhD student at RITMO and University of Lorraine will give this week's Food & Paper.
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.
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?
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?"
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.
Previous Postdoctoral Fellow at RITMO Charles Martin will give a talk on "Data Driven Analysis of Tiny Touchscreen Performance with MicroJam"
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.
Professor in cognitive neuropsychology Bruno Laeng at RITMO will give a talk on musical synaesthesia.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Christopher Stover from RITMO will present is current research on "Musical interaction in the tetravalence"
Professor Dor Abrahamson from the University of California Berkeley will give a talk on "Cultivating the Emergence of Perceptual Structures Facilitating Dexterity: Mathematics as Conceptual Choreography".
In this talk, Anne Danielsen will present results from a comparative study with expert musicians from three different musical genres.
Doctoral Research Fellow Kjell Andreas Oddekalv from RITMO will gave a talk on "Metre on metre - a theoretical framework for rap analysis"
Postdoctoral researcher Carlos Eduardo Cancino-Chacón is a guest researcher at RITMO from the Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence. He will gave a talk on "Modeling Expressive Performance with Machine Learning"
Videos are visual to start with, but they can be easier to understand if they are visualized. In this talk Alexander Refsum Jensenius will present some of his tools for creating alternative visualizations of video files.