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RITMO's monthly seminars present the research of internationally leading academics in fields related to RITMO. The seminars are free and open to everyone.
Dr. Katie Overy, senior lecturer at University of Edinburgh, will speak at RITMO's Seminar Series.
Welcome to this seminar, where Danica Kragic, Professor at the School of Computer Science and Communication at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, will talk about human action modelling and human-robot collaboration.
Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen, Associate Professor at Aarhus University, will speak at RITMO's Seminar Series.
Dr Rebecca Fiebrink, Reader at the University of the Arts London Creative Computing Institute, will give a seminar on "Machine learning as (Meta-) instrument".
The seminar has been cancelled because of the increasing health safety concerns about COVID 19.
The talk has been cancelled because of the increasing health safety concerns about COVID 19 and related travel restrictions.
In this talk, Greg Niemeyer (UC Berkeley) and Roger Antonsen (UiO) discuss their interdisciplinary collaboration and their explorations of networks, specifically network transformations.
Professor Tecumseh Fitch will give a seminar lecture on "Hierarchy in Rhythmic Cognition" as part of the RITMO Seminar Series.
Professor Mark Katz from University of North Carolina will give a seminar lecture on "Hip Hop Turntablism and the Limits of Rhytmic Complexity"
Professor Karin Kukkonen from ILOS University of Oslo will give a seminar lecture on "The Multiple Speeds of Literary Narrative".
In this RITMO Seminar Series Associate Professor Werner Goebl (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna) will give a seminar lecture on "Understanding shaped time in music".
Professor Barbara Tillmann (Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, Auditory Cognition and Psychoacoustics Team) will give a seminar lecture on "Influence of rhythmic auditory stimulation on subsequent language processing"
Professor Georgina Born (Oxford, UK) will give a seminar lecture on Time, the Social, and the Material, as they mediate musical genre.
Jessie Fillerup, Associate Professor of Music at the University of Richmond and research fellow at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, will give a seminar lecture entitled " Musical Temporality in Theatrical Magic Shows".
Samuel Mehr, Research Associate in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, will give a seminar lecture entitled "Origins and Functions of Music in Infancy".
Professor David Huron (Ohio State University) will lecture on "A Theory of Sadness: Melancholy, Grief, and Nostalgia".
Karsten Specht (University of Bergen) will lecture on Rhythm, Tempo, and the Brain: fMRI studies in Bergen
Maria Witek (Birmingham) will lecture on "Musical Groove: Effect on pleasure, body-movement and the brain".
Jim Tørresen and Charles Martin (RITMO/IFI) will present on the topic "Time series analysis and prediction with sequence learning and recurrent neural networks (RNN)".