Seminars and lectures
Dr. Vinoo Alluri from International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad will give a talk on dynamic music processing in the brain.
PhD student Scott Bannister from Durham University (UK) will have a talk on Two Types of Musical Chills: Theories of Vigilance and Social Bonding.
In today’s Food & Paper talk Jo Fougner Skaansar will go through the main research questions and findings from the study "Microtiming and Mental Effort: Onset Asynchronies in Musical Rhythm Modulate Pupil Size" by Skaansar, Laeng & Danielsen. The article will be published in Music Perception in December 2019.
Tejaswinee Kelkar, PhD student at RITMO, will give a talk on Melody and Body Movement.
Professor Karin Kukkonen from ILOS University of Oslo will give a seminar lecture on "The Multiple Speeds of Literary Narrative".
George Sioros, Postdoctoral Fellow at RITMO, will present his talk: "The relation between groove and syncopation is intricate – not any pattern will do".
TIME-Seminar with Werner Goebl (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna) on performance experiments and quantitative methods for the analysis of sound and motion capture data.
In this RITMO Seminar Series Associate Professor Werner Goebl (University of Music and Perforing Arts, Vienna) will give a seminar lecture on "Understanding shaped time in music".
Simon Høffding, Andreas Roepstorff and Sebastian Wallot will have a talk on "Cardio-phenomenology of shared musical absorption: preliminary results"
Fred Bruford, student at Queen Mary University of London, will give a talk on 'Modelling Microtiming in Expressive Drum Patterns'.
Francesca Cesari, Chief Biological Sciences Editor at Nature, will give a seminar lecture on "Science publishing - behind the scenes at Nature"
RITMO-researchers Bruno Laeng, Anne Danielsen and Alexander Refsum Jensenius will lecture about Music, Psychology and the Brain at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Professor Robert T. Knight will give an open lecture as part of the conference RITMO Largo.
In collaboration with Forum for Consciousness Research.
Come and meet our new staff at RITMO!
Postdoctoral Resarch Fellow Tudor Popescu will give a talk on how different listeners perceive phrase boundaries 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"
We wish to invite you to an open midway assessment for our Doctoral Research Fellow in Musicology Merve Akca
To comment on the candidate's work, we have invited Professor Barbara Tillmann from the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, Auditory Cognition and Psychoacoustics Team.
This presentation is focused on the research and practice of Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos as sound-media artist, electronic music composer and digital musical instrument designer and maker.
He will present projects related to music haptics and composition, digital fabrication and digital musical instruments, and sonification of quantum and computational systems.
Professor Georgina Born (Oxford, UK) will give a seminar lecture on Time, the Social, and the Material, as they mediate musical genre.
How do performing musicians synchronise their movements? In this talk, Marc Thompson will present his studies on interpersonal coordination in musical activities.
Anne Danielsen and Kristian Nymoen will present one of their latest papers.
We would like to invite you all to celebrate the launch of Postdoctoral Fellow Simon Høffding's new monograph A Phenomenology of Musical Absorption