Seminars and lectures
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
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".
This talk draws on Prof. Nancy Baym's new book "Playing to the Crowd: Musicians, Audiences, and the Intimate Work of Connection", plus nearly a decade of work on the tensions that musicians - and many others - must manage as social media platforms become integral to professional life.
Bring your own lunch and get some food for thought at RITMO's Food and Paper talk. Our second guest in this series is Marit Lobben (University of Oslo).
Professor David Huron from the Ohio State University will lecture on "the Musically Sublime".
Professor David Huron (Ohio State University) will lecture on "A Theory of Sadness: Melancholy, Grief, and Nostalgia".
In connection with RITMO International Motion Capture Workshop, Peter Vuust will hold the lecture Groove on the Brain - predictive coding of rhythmic interaction. The lecture is open for all.
In connection with RITMO International Motion Capture Workshop, Marc Leman will hold the lecture The entrainment of body rhythms with music / for music. The lecture is open for all.
In connection with RITMO International Motion Capture Workshop, Marcelo M. Wanderley will hold the lecture Motion Capture of Music Performances: Overview of almost 2 decades of research. The lecture is open for all.
Andrea Schiavio (University of Graz) will lecture on "Being, Knowing, and Doing. 4E Cognition and the Dynamics of Musical Development".
Bring your own lunch and get some food for thought at RITMO's Food and Paper talk. Our first guest is Tommy Himberg from Aalto University.
Karsten Specht (University of Bergen) will lecture on Rhythm, Tempo, and the Brain: fMRI studies in Bergen
Composer-researcher Oded Ben-Tal presents his ongoing research in music artificial intelligence.
Maria Witek (Birmingham) will lecture on "Musical Groove: Effect on pleasure, body-movement and the brain".