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  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Cagri Erdem (2022). Gestures in ensemble performance, In Renee Timmers; Freya Bailes & Helena Daffern (ed.),  Together in Music: Coordination, expression, participation.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780198860761.  Chapter 14.
  • Seyed Mojtaba Karbasi; Rolf Inge Godøy; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Jim Tørresen (2021). A Learning Method for Stiffness Control of a Drum Robot for Rebounding Double Strokes, In Dan Zhang (ed.),  2021 7th International Conference on Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering (ICMRE).  IEEE.  ISBN 978-0-7381-3205-1.  Paper.  s 54 - 58
  • Raul Masu; Adam Pultz Melbye; John Sullivan & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). NIME and the Environment: Toward a More Sustainable NIME Practice, In Roger Dannenberg & Xiao Xiao (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  The International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  KAPITTEL.
  • Simon Høffding & Torben Snekkestad (2021). Inner & Outer Ears - Enacting Agential Systems in Music Improvisation, In James Nicholas McGuirk; Susanne Ravn & Simon Høffding (ed.),  Philosophy of Improvisation: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Theory and Practice.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-0367540210.  kapitel 9.  s 161 - 182
  • Marieke van Otterdijk; Margot Neggers; Jim Tørresen & Emilia Ivanova Barakova (2021). Preferences of Seniors for Robots Delivering a Message With Congruent Approaching Behavior, In  Proceedings of the 2021 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Robotics and Its Social Impacts (ARSO) Virtual Conference, July 8-10, 2021.  IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.  ISBN 978-1-6654-4952-6.  Paper.
  • Weria Khaksar; Margot Neggers; Emilia Ivanova Barakova & Jim Tørresen (2021). Generation Differences in Perception of the Elderly Care Robot, In Michelle Johnson; Praminda Caleb-Solly; Kazuyoshi Wada & Moojan Ghafurian (ed.),  Proceedings of the 30th IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication (ROMAN).  IEEE.  ISBN 978-1-6654-0492-1.  Paper.  s 551 - 558
  • Chris Stover (2021). Mapping jazz's affect: implications for music theory and anallysis, In Michael Kahr (ed.),  Artistic research in jazz : positions theories methods.  Routledge.  ISBN 9780367225957.  chapter 3.  s 29 - 45
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Desktop production and groove, In Andrew Bourbon & Simon Zagorski-Thomas (ed.),  The Bloomsbury Handbook of Music Production.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501334047.  chapter 17.
  • Chris Stover (2020). Rancière's Affective Impropriety, In Chris Stover; João Pedro Cachopo & Patrick Nickleson (ed.),  Rancière and Music.  Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474440226.  Chapter 10.  s 230 - 261
  • Chris Stover; João Pedro Cachopo & Patrick Nickleson (2020). Introduction, In Patrick Nickleson; Chris Stover & João Pedro Cachopo (ed.),  Rancière and Music.  Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474440226.  Introduction.  s 1 - 23
  • Laura Bishop & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Reliability of two infrared motion capture systems in a music performance setting, In Andrea Valle & Simone Spagnol (ed.),  Proceedings of the 17th Sound and Music Computing Conference.  Axea sas/SMC Network.  ISBN 978-88-945415-0-2.  Paper.
  • Cagri Erdem; Qichao Lan; Julian Fuhrer; Charles Patrick Martin; Jim Tørresen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Towards Playing in the 'Air': Modeling Motion-Sound Energy Relationships in Electric Guitar Performance Using Deep Neural Networks, In Simone Spagnol & Andrea Valle (ed.),  Proceedings of the 17th Sound and Music Computing Conference.  Axea sas/SMC Network.  ISBN 978-88-945415-0-2.  5.  s 177 - 184
  • Frank Veenstra & Kyrre Glette (2020). How Different Encodings Affect Performance and Diversification when Evolving the Morphology and Control of 2D Virtual Creatures, In Josh Bongard (ed.),  The 2020 Conference on Artificial Life.  MIT Press.  1.  s 592 - 601
  • Cagri Erdem & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). RAW: Exploring Control Structures for Muscle-based Interaction in Collective Improvisation, In Franziska Schroeder & Romain Michon (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Birmingham City University.  ISBN 978-1-949373-99-8.  1.  s 477 - 482
  • Michael Joseph Krzyzaniak (2020). Words to Music Synthesis, In Romain Michon & Franziska Schroeder (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Birmingham City University.  ISBN 978-1-949373-99-8.  Paper 5.  s 29 - 34
  • Olivier Lartillot; Carlos Cancino-Chacón & Charles Brazier (2020). Real-Time Visualisation Of Fugue Played By A String Quartet, In Andrea Valle & Simone Spagnol (ed.),  Proceedings of the 17th Sound and Music Computing Conference.  Axea sas/SMC Network.  ISBN 978-88-945415-0-2.  KAPITTEL.  s 115 - 122
  • Agata Zelechowska (2020). Poruszeni muzyką. Badania nad ruchem ciała w kontekście percepcji muzyki, In Julia Kaleńska-Rodzaj & Maria Chełkowska-Zacharewicz (ed.),  Psychologia Muzyki.  Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.  ISBN 9788301213374.  Chapter 5.  s 87 - 104
  • Agata Zelechowska; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Standstill to the ‘beat’: Differences in involuntary movement responses to simple and complex rhythms, In  AM '20: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Audio Mostly.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-7563-4.  Musical Structure.  s 107 - 113
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). 'Keeping it real', 'Keeping it dandy'? Male blackness and the popular music mainstream, In Kai Arne Hansen; Eirik Askerøi & Freya Jarman (ed.),  Popular Musicology and Identity: Essays in Honour of Stan Hawkins.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138322882.  Kapittel 7.
  • Chloe M Barnes; Anikó Ekárt; Kai Olav Ellefsen; Kyrre Glette; Peter R. Lewis & Jim Tørresen (2020). Coevolutionary Learning of Neuromodulated Controllers for Multi-Stage and Gamified Tasks, In  2020 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS).  IEEE.  ISBN 978-1-7281-7278-1.  Artikkel.  s 129 - 138
  • Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Frank Veenstra; Kai Olav Ellefsen & Kyrre Glette (2020). Quality and Diversity in Evolutionary Modular Robotics, In  2020 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI).  IEEE.  ISBN 978-1-7281-2547-3.  1.  s 2109 - 2116
  • Andrija Milojevic & Kyrre Glette (2020). Design Optimization of Terrestrial-Walking Soft Robots, In  Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference – MASING 2020.  Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Niš.  ISBN 978-86-6055-139-1.  1.  s 225 - 228
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2020). Om den psykologiske realiteten av langstrakt musikalsk form: Et musikkfilosofisk forsøk, In Henrik Holm & Øivind Varkøy (ed.),  Musikkfilosofiske tekster. Tanker om musikk – og språk, tolkning, erfaring, tid, klang, stillhet m.m..  Cappelen Damm Akademisk.  ISBN 9788202696818.  Kapittel 11.  s 191 - 214
  • Nanette Nielsen; Tomas McAuley & Jerrold Levinson (2020). Introduction, In Nanette Nielsen; Tomas McAuley; Jerrold Levinson & Ariana Phillips-Hutton (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780199367313.  Introduction.
  • Nanette Nielsen & Ariana Phillips-Hutton (2020). Ethics, In Nanette Nielsen; Jerrold Levinson; Ariana Phillips-Hutton & Tomas McAuley (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780199367313.  Chapter 13.
  • Nanette Nielsen (2020). Den musikalske etik, In Øivind Varkøy & Henrik Holm (ed.),  Musikkfilosofiske tekster. Tanker om musikk – og språk, tolkning, erfaring, tid, klang, stillhet m.m..  Cappelen Damm Akademisk.  ISBN 9788202696818.  Kapittel 4.  s 61 - 77
  • Tønnes Nygaard; David Howard & Kyrre Glette (2020). Real world morphological evolution is feasible, In Carlos A. Coello Coello (ed.),  GECCO '20: Proceedings of the 2020 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-7127-8.  1.  s 1392 - 1394
  • Olivier Lartillot & Fred Bruford (2020). Bistate reduction and comparison of drum patterns, In  Proceedings of the 21st International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) Conference.  McGill-Queen's University Press.  ISBN 978-0-9813537-0-8.  KAPITTEL.  s 318 - 324
  • Fred Bruford & Olivier Lartillot (2020). Multidimensional similarity modelling of complex drum loops using the GrooveToolbox, In  Proceedings of the 21st International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) Conference.  McGill-Queen's University Press.  ISBN 978-0-9813537-0-8.  KAPITTEL.  s 263 - 270
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Henry Gardner (2019). Free-Improvised Rehearsal-as-Research for Musical HCI, In Marcelo M. Wanderley; Simon Holland; Katie Wilkie-McKenna; Tom Mudd & Andrew McPherson (ed.),  New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction.  Springer.  ISBN 978-3-319-92068-9.  Chapter 17.  s 269 - 284
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Glitched and Warped: Transformations of Rhythm in the Age of the Digital Audio Workstation, In Mark Grimshaw; Mads Walther-Hansen & Martin Knakkergaard (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 2.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780190460242.  Chapter 29.
  • Qichao Lan; Jim Tørresen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). RaveForce: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Environment for Music Generation, In Isabel Barbancho; Alberto Peinado; Ana M. Barbancho & Lorenzo J. Tardón (ed.),  SMC 2019 Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference.  Society for Sound and Music Computing.  ISBN 978-84-09-08518-7.  P2.1.  s 217 - 222
  • Olivier Lartillot & Didier Grandjean (2019). Tempo and Metrical Analysis by Tracking Multiple Metrical Levels Using Autocorrelation, In Ana M. Barbancho; Alberto Peinado; Isabel Barbancho & Lorenzo J. Tardón (ed.),  SMC 2019 Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference.  Society for Sound and Music Computing.  ISBN 978-84-09-08518-7.  S2.6.  s 174 - 181
  • Olivier Lartillot (2019). Miningsuite: A Comprehensive Matlab Framework for Signal, Audio and Music Analysis, Articulating Audio and Symbolic Approaches, In Lorenzo J. Tardón; Isabel Barbancho; Alberto Peinado & Ana M. Barbancho (ed.),  SMC 2019 Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference.  Society for Sound and Music Computing.  ISBN 978-84-09-08518-7.  D3.1.  s 489 - 489
  • Cagri Erdem; Katja Henriksen Schia & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Vrengt: A Shared Body–Machine Instrument for Music–Dance Performance, In Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  1.  s 477 - 482
  • Cagri Erdem; Katja Henriksen Schia & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Vrengt: A Shared Body–Machine Instrument for Music–Dance Performance, In Federico Visi (ed.),  Music Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  1.
  • Nanette Nielsen (2019). 'Carl Nielsen, the Modern Musical Philosopher: Life as an Aesthetic Experience', In Perrakis Manos (ed.),  Life as an Aesthetic Idea of Music.  Universal Edition.  ISBN 978-3-7024-7621-2.  Chapter 5.  s 79 - 103
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2019). Thinking Sound-Motion Objects, In Michael Filimowicz (ed.),  Foundations in Sound Design for Interactive Media.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138093942.  8.  s 161 - 178
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook (2019). A question of backgrounds: Sites of listening, In Monty Adkins & Simon Cummings (ed.),  Music beyond airports: Appraising ambient music.  University of Huddersfield Press.  ISBN 978-1-86218-161-8.  3.  s 51 - 66
  • Anna Xambo Sedo; Sigurd Saue; Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Robin Støckert & Øyvind Brandtsegg (2019). NIME Prototyping in Teams: A Participatory Approach to Teaching Physical Computing, In Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Conference paper.  s 216 - 221
  • Torgrim Rudland Næss & Charles Patrick Martin (2019). A Physical Intelligent Instrument using Recurrent Neural Networks, In Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Conference Paper.  s 79 - 82
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Jim Tørresen (2019). An Interactive Musical Prediction System with Mixture Density Recurrent Neural Networks, In Marcelo Queiroz & Anna Xambo Sedo (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Conference Paper.  s 260 - 265
  • Andrei Faitas; Synne Engdahl Baumann; Torgrim Rudland Næss; Jim Tørresen & Charles Patrick Martin (2019). Generating Convincing Harmony Parts with Simple Long Short-Term Memory Networks, In Marcelo Queiroz & Anna Xambo Sedo (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Conference Paper.
  • Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Tønnes Frostad Nygaard; Kai Olav Ellefsen & Kyrre Glette (2019). Evolved embodied phase coordination enables robust quadruped robot locomotion, In Manuel López-Ibáñez (ed.),  GECCO '19: Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-6111-8.  Kapittel.  s 133 - 141
  • Bjørn Ivar Teigen; Kai Olav Ellefsen & Jim Tørresen (2019). A Categorization of Reinforcement Learning Exploration Techniques Which Facilitates Combination of Different Methods, In  Proceedings of the 9th Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics.  IEEE.  ISBN 978-1-5386-8129-9.  Kapittel.  s 189 - 194
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Humor's Role in Mashups and Remixes, In Kai Arne Hansen & Nick Braae (ed.),  On Popular Music and Its Unruly Entanglements.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-030-18099-7.  Kapittel.  s 189 - 207
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Mixing with Quotations: Mashups and Contextual Transformation, In Serge Lacasse; Simon Zagorski-Thomas; Katia Isakoff & Sophie Stévance (ed.),  The Art of Record Production, Volume 2: Creative Practice in the Studio.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1138205109.  Chapter 3.  s 50 - 65
  • Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos; George Sioros & Odysseas Klissouras (2019). Mechanical Entanglement: A Collaborative Haptic-Music Performance, In Alberto Peinado; Ana M. Barbancho; Isabel Barbancho & Lorenzo J. Tardón (ed.),  SMC 2019 Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference.  Society for Sound and Music Computing.  ISBN 978-84-09-08518-7.  P.3.  s 20 - 25
  • Aline Weber; Lucas N. Alegre; Jim Tørresen & Bruno Castro da Silva (2019). Parameterized Melody Generation with Autoencoders and Temporally-Consistent Noise, In Federico Visi (ed.),  Music Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Artikkel.  s 174 - 179
  • Artur Becker; Henrik Herrebrøden; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Kristian Nymoen; Carla Maria Dal Sasso Freitas; Jim Tørresen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Functional Data Analysis of Rowing Technique Using Motion Capture Data, In Grisha Coleman (ed.),  Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Movement and Computing.  ACM Publications.  ISBN 978-1-4503-7654-9.  Article 12.
  • Tønnes Frostad Nygaard; Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Kai Olav Ellefsen; Charles Patrick Martin; Jim Tørresen & Kyrre Glette (2019). Experiences from Real-World Evolution with DyRET: Dynamic Robot for Embodied Testing, In  Nordic Artificial Intelligence Research and Development: Third Symposium of the Norwegian AI Society, NAIS 2019.  Springer.  ISBN 978-3-030-35664-4.  Artikkel.  s 58 - 68
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2019). Musical Shape Cognition, In Mark Grimshaw; Martin Knakkergaard & Mads Walther-Hansen (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 2.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780190460242.  Chapter 12.  s 237 - 258
  • George Sioros; Guilherme Schmidt Câmara & Anne Danielsen (2019). Mapping Timing Strategies in Drum Performance, In Anja Volk; Arthur Flexer; Geoffroy Peeters & Julián Urbano (ed.),  Proceedings of the 20th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, ISMIR 2019.  International Society for Music Information Retrieval.  ISBN 9781732729919.  F-17.
  • Gary Bromham; David Moffat; Mathieu Barthet; Anne Danielsen & György Fazekas (2019). The Impact of Audio Effects Processing on the Perception of Brightness and Warmth, In  AM'19: Proceedings of the 14th International Audio Mostly Conference: A Journey in Sound on ZZZ.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 9781450372978.  Research article.  s 183 - 190
  • Benedikte Wallace; Charles Patrick Martin & Kristian Nymoen (2019). Tracing from Sound to Movement with Mixture Density Recurrent Neural Networks, In Grisha Coleman (ed.),  Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Movement and Computing.  ACM Publications.  ISBN 978-1-4503-7654-9.  Artikkel.
  • Anna Xambo Sedo; Robin Støckert; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Sigurd Saue (2019). Facilitating Team-Based Programming Learning with Web Audio, In Sara R. Martin; Anna Xambo Sedo & Gerard Roma (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Web Audio Conference.  NTNU.  Paper.  s 2 - 7
  • Qichao Lan & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). QuaverSeries: A Live Coding Environment for Music Performance Using Web Technologies, In Sara R. Martin; Gerard Roma & Anna Xambo Sedo (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Web Audio Conference.  NTNU.  1.
  • Michael Joseph Krzyzaniak; David Frohlich & Philip JB Jackson (2019). Six types of audio that DEFY reality! A taxonomy of audio augmented reality with examples, In  AM'19: Proceedings of the 14th International Audio Mostly Conference: A Journey in Sound on ZZZ.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 9781450372978.  Long Paper.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). “Ellos no están entendiendo nada” [“They are not understanding anything”]: embodied remembering as complex narrative in a Telematic Sonic Improvisation, In Morten Søndergaard & Laura Beloff (ed.),  Proceedings of RE:SOUND 2019.  British Computer Society (BCS).  Chapter.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Time and Time Again: Repetition and Difference in Repetitive Music, In Olivier Julien & Christophe Levaux (ed.),  Over and Over. Exploring Repetition in Popular Music.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501324888.  kapittel 2.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Motormimetic features in musical experience, In Gianfranco Vinay & Patrizia Veroli (ed.),  Music-dance: sound and motion in contemporary discourse.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138280519.  12.  s 207 - 221
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2018). Listening To or Through Technology: Opaque and Transparent Mediation, In Eliot Bates & Samantha Bennett (ed.),  Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501332.  Chapter 11.  s 195 - 210
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Novel, expressive and skilled!, In Øyvind Prytz; Jan Fredrik Hovden & Knut Ove Eliassen (ed.),  Contested qualities: negotiating value in arts and culture.  Fagbokforlaget.  ISBN 9788245023770.  kapittel.  s 187 - 202
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Methods for Studying Music-Related Body Motion, In Rolf Bader (ed.),  Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology.  Springer Nature.  ISBN 978-3-662-55002-1.  38.  s 805 - 818
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Sonic Object Cognition, In Rolf Bader (ed.),  Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology.  Springer Nature.  ISBN 978-3-662-55002-1.  35.  s 761 - 777
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Charles Patrick Martin; Agata Zelechowska; Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand; Victoria Kristine Å Johnson & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Bela-based augmented acoustic guitars for sonic microinteraction, In Doug Bowman; Luke Dahl & Tom Martin (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference On New Interfaces For Musical Expression.  Virginia Tech.  Chapter.  s 324 - 327
  • Charles Patrick Martin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Jim Tørresen (2018). Composing an ensemble standstill work for Myo and Bela, In Tom Martin; Luke Dahl & Doug Bowman (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference On New Interfaces For Musical Expression.  Virginia Tech.  KAPITTEL.  s 196 - 197
  • Stefania Serafin; Sofia Dahl; Roberto Bresin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Runar Unnthorsson & Vesa Välimäki (2018). NordicSMC: A Nordic University Hub on Sound and Music Computing, In Anastasia Georgaki (ed.),  Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference.  Cyprus University of Technology.  KAPITTEL.
  • Pritty Patel-Grosz; Patrick Georg Grosz; Tejaswinee Kelkar & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Coreference and disjoint reference in the semantics of narrative dance, In Stephanie Solt & Uli Sauerland (ed.),  Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, vol. 2, ZASPiL 61.  Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS).  Chapter in Vol. 2.  s 199 - 216
  • Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Eivind Samuelsen; Kai Olav Ellefsen & Kyrre Glette (2018). Dynamic mutation in MAP-Elites for robotic repertoire generation, In  The 2018 Conference on Artificial Life.  MIT Press.  ISBN 9780262355766.  Konferanseartikkel.  s 598 - 605
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab, In Emilia Gómez; Emmanouil Benetos; Eric Humphrey & Xiao Hu (ed.),  Proceedings of the 19th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.  Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique.  ISBN 978-2-9540351-2-3.  Demo.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara & Anne Danielsen (2018). Groove, In Rehding Alexander & Rings Steven (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Critical Concepts in Music Theory.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780190454746.  Groove.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar; Udit Roy & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Evaluating a collection of Sound-Tracing Data of Melodic Phrases, In Emilia Gómez; Emmanouil Benetos; Eric Humphrey & Xiao Hu (ed.),  Proceedings of the 19th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.  Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique.  ISBN 978-2-9540351-2-3.  KAPITTEL.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Hans-Hinrich Thedens & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Computational model of pitch detection, perceptive foundations, and application to Norwegian fiddle music, In Richard Parncutt & Sabrina Sattmann (ed.),  Proceedings of ICMPC15/ESCOM10.  Centre for Systematic Musicology, University of Graz.  ISBN 978-3-200-05771-5.  article.  s 252 - 255
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Pulse as Dynamic Attending: Analysing Beat Bin Metre in Neo Soul Grooves, In Ciro Scotto; John Brackett & Kenneth M. Smith (ed.),  The Routledge Companion to Popular Music Analysis: Expanding Approaches.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138683112.  Chapter 12.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Agata Zelechowska & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Muscle activity response of the audience during an experimental music performance, In Stuart Cunningham (ed.),  Proceedings of the Audio Mostly 2018 on Sound in Immersion and Emotion.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-5373-1.  Sound and Immersion. Article 11.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Sound-Motion Bonding in Body and Mind, In Sander L. Gilman & Youn Kim (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780190636234.  Chapter.
  • Merve Akca (2018). Time course of selective attention for instrumental timbres and human voice, In Tom Ziemke; Mattias Arvola; Nils Dahlbäck & Erik Billing (ed.),  PROCEEDINGS OF THE 14TH SWEDISH COGNITIVE SCIENCE SOCIETY CONFERENCE.  The University of Skövde.  ISBN 978-91-983667-3-0.  Paper published at the proceedings.  s 10 - 11
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook (2018). An Approach to Stochastic Spatialisation: A Case of Hot Pocket, In Doug Bowman; Luke Dahl & Tom Martin (ed.),  Proceedings of the International Conference On New Interfaces For Musical Expression.  Virginia Tech.  1.  s 31 - 32
  • Sofia Dahl & George Sioros (2018). Rhythmic recurrency in dance to music with ambiguous meter, In Antonio Camurri & Gualtiero Volpe (ed.),  Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Movement and Computing.  ACM Publications.  ISBN 978-1-4503-6504-8.  Article No. 38.

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  • Chris Stover; Patrick Nickleson & João Pedro Cachopo (ed.) (2020). Rancière and Music. Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474440226.  396 s.
  • Ariana Phillips-Hutton; Jerrold Levinson; Tomas McAuley & Nanette Nielsen (ed.) (2020). The Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy. Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780199367313.  1100 s.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). A Phenomenology of Musical Absorption. Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-030-00659-4.  300 s.

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  • Anne Danielsen (2021). RITMO: Senter for tverrfaglig forskning på rytme, tid og bevegelse, UiO.
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2021). En kritisk gjennomgang av NRKs musikkdekning. Invitert innlegg i Kringkastingsrådet.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). Hvordan bygge og videreutvikle en internasjonal, interdisiplinær forskningsgruppe?.
  • Diana Saplacan; Jim Tørresen; Tobias Mahler & Eduard Fosch-Villaronga (2021). Robots and Society: Ethical, Legal, and Technical Perspectives on Integrating Robots in the Home- and Healthcare Systems and Services (RO-SO).
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). Visibility for researchers on university web pages.
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). Shaping rhythm: Timing and sound in EDM.
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). Rhythm and Meter.
  • Jim Tørresen (2021). Kunstig intelligens – allsidig i metoder og anvendelser.
  • Jim Tørresen (2021). INTROMAT: INtroducing personalized TReatment Of Mental health problems using Adaptive Technology.
  • Jim Tørresen (2021). Tutorial: Explainability, Trust and Ethics for Robots and Autonomous Systems.
  • Jim Tørresen; Diana Saplacan; Mona Naomi Lintvedt; Tobias Mahler & Eduard Fosch-Villaronga (2021). Tutorial: Ethical and Legal Assessments Related to Robots and Systems.
  • Erling Eliseus Guldbrandsen; Emil Bernhardt; Eivind Buene; Peter Sebastian Szilvay & Anne Hilde Neset (2021). Rolf Gupta: Jordens sang, en kritisk diskusjon.
  • Erling Eliseus Guldbrandsen (2021). Norsk musikkritikks historie. Invitert innlegg på fagkonferanse i Norsk Kritikerlag..
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). Hvorfor leder åpenhet til bedre forskning?.
  • Dongho Daniel Kwak (2021). Presentation at Oslo Life Science Conference event.
  • Erling Eliseus Guldbrandsen (2021). Friheten på barrikadene. En musikkhistorisk gjennomgang.
  • Erling Eliseus Guldbrandsen (2021). Hjernen, søvn og Restless Legs Syndrome.
  • Raul Masu; Adam Pultz Melbye; John Sullivan & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). NIME and the Environment: Toward a More Sustainable NIME Practice.
  • Francesco Ganis; Sofia Dahl; Guilherme Schmidt Câmara & Anne Danielsen (2021). Beat precision and perceived danceability in drum grooves.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen (2021). Investigating the Effect of Tempo on Non-Isochronous Subdivisions in Brazilian Samba.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen & Anne Danielsen (2021). Influence of tempo on non-isochronous note duration pattern in a performed samba groove.
  • Connor Spiech; Bruno Laeng; George Sioros; Anne Danielsen & Tor Endestad (2021). More Than Meter’s The Eye: Divergent Roles of Pickups and Syncopation in Groove.
  • Sidhant Subramanian; Anant Mittal; Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski & Vinoo Alluri (2021). Music or Lyrics? Individual differences associated with listening strategies.
  • Anne Danielsen; Martin Torvik Langerød; Kristian Nymoen & Justin London (2021). Genre expertise modulates timing perception and micro-level synchronization to auditory stimuli.
  • Dana Swarbrick; Finn Upham; Cagri Erdem; Kayla Burnim & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). The MusicLab App – Exploring the usage of mobile accelerometry to measure audience movement and respiration.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen; Bjørnar Sandvik & Jon Marius Aareskjold-Drecker (2021). Slow Attacks, Peculiar Accents, and Pumping Grooves: Perceptual Interaction between Timing and Intensity in Music Production.
  • Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Sabine Liliana Leske; James Isaac Lubell; Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Anais Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Maja Dyhre Foldal; Pål Gunnar Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Robert Thomas Knight; Anne Danielsen & Tor Endestad (2021). Auditory prediction and prediction error in self-generated tones.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2021). Verses in verses - convergent and divergent metrical structure in rap flows.
  • Dongho Kwak (2021). Music for cells: The human body as a rhythm machine.
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). What is rhythm? What is micro rhythm?.
  • Seyed Mojtaba Karbasi; Rolf Inge Godøy; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Jim Tørresen (2021). A Learning Method for Stiffness Control of a Drum Robot for Rebounding Double Strokes.
  • George Sioros (2021). Groove, meter and syncopation: a cognitive perspective..
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). Groove.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). The experience of time and space in human standstill.
  • Raul Masu; Adam Pultz Melbye; John Sullivan & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). NIME Eco Wiki: A Crash Course.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara; George Sioros & Anne Danielsen (2021). Mapping timing and intensity strategies in drum-kit performance via hierarchical clustering and phylogenetic visualizations.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen (2021). Asymmetrical Meter and Periodic Body Motion in Norwegian Telespringar Performance.
  • Finn Upham; Agata Zelechowska; Victor Gonzalez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). Quiet Breathing to Heard Music.
  • Agata Zelechowska; Victor Gonzalez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). Championship of Standstill: A paradigm to study involuntary responses to music with the use of motion capture.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). Technology on the opera stage.
  • Olivier Lartillot & Mats Sigvard Johansson (2021). Automated beat tracking of Norwegian Hardanger fiddle music.
  • Elias Gram-Nilsen & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2021). The influence of the moving image on musical emotions.
  • Joachim Dalgard; Olivier Lartillot; Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski & Erling Eliseus Guldbrandsen (2021). Absorption - Somewhere between the heart and the brain.
  • Anne Danielsen; Martin Torvik Langerød; Kristian Nymoen & Justin London (2021). Genre expertise modulates timing perception and micro-level synchronization to auditory stimuli.
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). Rhythm and Groove in Contemporary African American Popular Music.
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). Time and time again: repetition and difference in grooves.
  • Jim Tørresen (2021). Tutorial: Ethical Considerations in Robotics and Automation.
  • Jim Tørresen (2021). Tutorial: Ethical Considerations in User Modeling and Personalization.
  • Jim Tørresen (2021). Tutorial: Intelligent System Research – AI Ethical Challenges and Opportunities.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2021). From compassion to being moved: Social emotions evoked by music.
  • Aleksander Tidemann & Olivier Lartillot (2021). Interactive tools for exploring performance patterns in hardanger fiddle music.
  • Olivier Lartillot & Stéphanie Weisser (2021). Roughness, Crackliness, Buzzingness, ...: Characterizations of Sonic Unsteadiness and Application to the Analysis of Traditional Music from Ethiopia, Kenya, Morocco and India.
  • Anders Elovsson & Olivier Lartillot (2021). A Hardanger Fiddle Dataset with Performances Spanning Emotional Expressions and Annotations Aligned using Image Registration.
  • Dana Swarbrick & Kelsey Onderdijk (2021). Livestream Experiments: The Role of COVID-19, Agency, Presence, and Social Context in Facilitating Social Connectedness.
  • Dana Swarbrick; Finn Upham; Cagri Erdem; Kayla Burnim & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2021). MusicLab Algorave – An exploratory study examining the usage of mobile accelerometry to measure movements of a virtual concert audience.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2021). Presentation of MIRAGE project.
  • Hans-Hinrich Thedens (2021). Archiving representations of a folk music tradition in sound and notation.
  • Anders Elovsson (2021). Polyphonic transcription and generation of annotated datasets using score alignment.
  • Mats Sigvard Johansson (2021). Representing meter in traditional fiddle music: Accounting for variability and ambiguities.
  • Aleksander Tidemann (2021). Exploring Hardanger fiddle performance patterns through interactive tools.
  • Olivier Lartillot & Mats Sigvard Johansson (2021). Tracking beats in Hardanger fiddle tunes.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Anders Elovsson & Olav Luksengård Mjelva (2021). A new software for computer-assisted annotation of music recordings, with a focus on transcription.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Erling Eliseus Guldbrandsen & Carlos Eduardo Cancino-Chacón (2021). Dynamics analysis, and application to a comparative study of Bruckner performances.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy & Olivier Lartillot (2021). Acoustic substrates of musique concrète features: Towards a Toolbox de l'objet musical?.
  • Anne Danielsen (2021). Opening remarks, presentation of RITMO.
  • Dana Swarbrick (2021). Researching Live and Virtual Concert Audiences.
  • Dana Swarbrick & Kelsey Onderdijk (2021). Livestream Experiments During the Pandemic.
  • Dana Swarbrick (2021). Measuring the virtual concert experience: Social connection, emotion, and motion.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2021). Rhythm, Repetition, and Expectations.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara (2021). Trial Lecture for Ph.D. disputation: "How far can we predict aesthetic effects from physical properties within and beyond groove music, and what can different microrhythmic feels communicate to listeners?".
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara (2021). Presentation and Summary of Ph.D. Project: "Timing Is Everything . . . Or Is It? Investigating Timing and Sound Interactions in the Performance of Groove-Based Microrhythm".
  • Maja Dyhre Foldal; Sabine Liliana Leske; Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Tor Endestad & Anne-Kristin Solbakk (2021). Attentional modulation of alpha- and beta oscillations during perception of auditory rhythms.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski & Tuomas Eerola (2020). Personality and musicians, In  The Science and Psychology of Music: From Beethoven at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym.  ABC-CLIO.  ISBN 978-1-4408-5771-3.  Chapter 7b.
  • Tuomas Eerola & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2020). Personality and listeners, In  The Science and Psychology of Music: From Beethoven at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym.  ABC-CLIO.  ISBN 978-1-4408-5771-3.  Chapter 7a.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Ethical Considerations in User Modeling and Personalization: ACM UMAP 2020 Tutorial, In Tsvi Kuflik; Ilaria Torre & Robin Burke (ed.),  Proceedings of the 28th ACM Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-6861-2.  Tutorial.  s 390 - 391
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Addressing ethical challenges within evolutionary computation applications: GECCO 2020 tutorial, In Carlos A. Coello Coello (ed.),  GECCO '20: Proceedings of the 2020 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-7127-8.  Tutorial.  s 1206 - 1223
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2020). Slutten på remix? Spenningsforholdet mellom mashup-musikk og automatiske reguleringsverktøy.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Hvordan bruke video som ressurs i digital undervisning?.
  • Michael Joseph Krzyzaniak (2020). Interactive Rhythmic Robots.
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Råd og tips for søkere til SFF V.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Hvorfor er åpen forskning bedre forskning?.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2020). Mashup Music, Intertextuality, and Copyright.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2020). Presentasjon av MASHED-prosjektet.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). AI Ethics: How to achieve ethically good artificial intelligence research and development.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Intelligent Robots and Systems for Foundational and Applied Healthcare Research.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Some Challenges of Citizen Science for Universities.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Ethical Consideration in Robotics and Intelligent Systems Research.
  • Kyrre Glette (2020). Evolutionary algorithms for intelligent robots.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2020). Slutten på mashup musikk?.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). Brakkeskole: Kjell Andreas Oddekalv forskar på rapflow.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen (2020). "Brain in Research(ers)" Panel.
  • Dana Swarbrick; Noemi Grinspun; Beate Seibt & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2020). Quarantine Concerts.
  • Andras Puszta; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad; Rene Huster & Venke Arntsberg Grane (2020). Reduced frontal theta during proactive control in adult ADHD.
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2020). Pierre Boulez III: Musical construction – musical listening.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2020). Playful Rhythms and Mosaic Flow.
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Exploring the Hu/Machine: Shaping beats in contemporary African-American popular music.
  • Simon Høffding (2020). shared musical absorption: A Phenomenological case study with the Danish string quartet.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Video Visualization Strategies at RITMO.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Carlos Cancino-Chacón & Charles Brazier (2020). Real-Time Visualisation Of Fugue Played By A String Quartet.
  • Laura Bishop & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Reliability of two infrared motion capture systems in a music performance setting.
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Does genre expertise modulate micro level synchronisation to musical sounds?.
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Musical listening, micro-time.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). When Metre meets Metre: Rhythmic Ambiguity and Flexibility in Rap Flows.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). Food & Paper: Metre on metre - a theoretical framework for rap analysis.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). METRE MEETS METRE – HOW DO WE HEAR, ANALYSE AND LISTEN TO RAP FLOWS?.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). IMV PhD Midway Assessment for Kjell Andreas Oddekalv.
  • Alan Hui (2020). An introduction to the copyright law of music.
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Groove studies.
  • Agata Zelechowska; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Standstill to the ‘beat’: Differences in involuntary movement responses to simple and complex rhythms.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2020). The historical role of ‘mashup culture’ in envisioning a democratic media environment.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2020). Mashups, musicians, and majors: the politics of participatory culture today.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones; Áine Mangaoang & Sam de Boise (2020). Panel discussion: online participatory music cultures today.
  • Benedikte Wallace; Kristian Nymoen; Charles Patrick Martin & Jim Tørresen (2020). Towards Movement Generation with Audio Features.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2020). Detection Algorithms and their Implications for Participation: The Case of Mashups.
  • Olivier Lartillot & Fred Bruford (2020). Bistate reduction and comparison of drum patterns.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Tutorial: Addressing Ethical Challenges within Evolutionary Computation Applications.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Tutorial: Ethical Considerations in User Modeling and Personalization.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration in Rhythm, Time and Motion.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Sensing Human State with Application in Older People Care and Mental Health Treatment.
  • Dana Swarbrick; Beate Seibt; Noemi Grinspun & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2020). Virtually Together: Concerts during the Coronavirus.
  • Dana Swarbrick; Beate Seibt; Noemi Grinspun & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2020). Virtually together: Concerts during the coronavirus.
  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Interdisciplinary music research.
  • Alan Hui (2020). Revenue Assignment and Value Sharing in Music Sampling: Who Owns and Who Owes?.
  • Alan Hui (2020). Revenue assignment in music sampling: the challenge of who owns and who owes.
  • Agata Zelechowska (2020). What is musical entrainment?.
  • Agata Zelechowska (2020). Irresistible Movement: The Role of Musical Sound, Individual Differences and Listening Context in Movement Responses to Music.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2020). “Parody in the Age of Remix and Takedowns”.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Bjørnar Ersland Sandvik (2020). Timing in Electronic Dance Music.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2020). A Doubled Now: Parody Theories.
  • Fred Bruford & Olivier Lartillot (2020). Multidimensional similarity modelling of complex drum loops using the GrooveToolbox.
  • Chris Stover (2020). “Affect and sonic de/territorialization, or Music(ology) between bodies.” (Accepted; conference postponed due to COVID-19).
  • Chris Stover (2020). “Timelines and their contexts: affect, improvisation, call and response.” (Accepted; conference postponed due to COVID-19).
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). Food & Paper: Metre-on-metre interactions – analysing the rhythms of rap flows.
  • Dana Swarbrick; Noemi Grinspun; Beate Seibt & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2020). Food & Paper: Virtually Together: Concerts during the Coronavirus.
  • Dongho Daniel Kwak (2020). Food & Paper: Music for cells?!.
  • Dongho Daniel Kwak (2020). HTH Enrichment Seminar: Introduction to data sonification.
  • Dongho Daniel Kwak (2020). HTH Enrichment Seminar: Effect of mechanical vibration stress in cell culture on human induced pluripotent stem cells.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2020). Understanding intermittency in sound-producing body motion.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2020). Musical Intermittency.
  • Cagri Erdem (2020). Towards Playing in the 'Air': Modeling Motion-Sound Energy Relationships in Electric Guitar Performance Using Deep Neural Networks.
  • Cagri Erdem (2020). RAW: Exploring Control Structures for Muscle-based Interaction in Collective Improvisation.
  • George Sioros (2020). Comparing the timing of repetitive human movements.
  • Jim Tørresen (2020). Tutorial: Ethical Challenges and Opportunities within Computational Intelligence System Development.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2020). Metre-on-metre interactions – analysing the rhythms of rap flows.
  • Bruno Laeng & Dag Alnæs (2019). Pupillometry, In Ulrich Ettinger & Christoph Klein (ed.),  Eye Movement Research.  Springer Nature.  ISBN 978-3-030-20083-1.  Chapter 11.  s 449 - 502
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2019). Rap Flows PhD Thesis.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2019). Seminario Transdisciplinar: voz, memoria, violencia, comunidad, prácticas artísticas.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Presentation of the MASHED-project.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen; Ellis Nathaniel Jones; Alan Hui & Josh Perrett (2019). Mashup Music, Copyright, and Platform Regulation: A promo video.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Tutorial: Musical Gestures Toolbox.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Andrew McPherson; Anna Xambo Sedo; Dan Overholt; Guillaume Pellerin; Ivica Ico Bukvic; Rebecca Fiebrink & Rodrigo Schramm (2019). Open Research Strategies and Tools in the NIME Community.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Rodrigo Schramm; Lamberto Coccioli; Clara Mancini & Michael J. Lyons (2019). Ethics at NIME.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Hvad er musikalsk fordybelse?.
  • Alan Hui (2019). Platform regulation of mashup makers in a post-Brexit UK.
  • Yngvar Kjus; Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen; Eirik Askerøi; Mike Hartung; Magnus Wergeland Juell & Sara Karoliussen (2019). Musikkprodusentens rolle.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Presentation of MASHED; TIME; and MusFrag.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Ethics and artificial intelligence in healthcare.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Hvordan fremme tverrfaglighet?.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Scientific Computing Use Case: RITMO.
  • Solveig Isis Sørbø; Matthew Good & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). RITMO + UB = MusicLab.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Erfaringer fra SFF IV..
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2019). Girl Music Tech Camp.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2019). WoNoMute LittleBits Workshop.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2019). Spatial and Bodily Metaphors as means for Musical Sense-making.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Experimenting with Open Research Experiments.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Musikkteknologi som døråpner til bedre forståelse.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Mashups as Bisociative.
  • Alejandro Omar Blenkmann (2019). Auditory deviance detection network in the human brain.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Utfordringer og løsninger for et tverrfakultært SFF.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Classic Album Sundays: Aretha Franklin (paneldeltakelse).
  • Kyrre Glette (2019). Kunstig intelligens for tilpasningsdyktige roboter.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Kunstig intelligens – hvem, hva og hvor. (Eng. Artificial Intelligence – who, what and where).
  • Kristian Nymoen (2019). Musikalske maskiner.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). The RITMO Centre at University of Oslo.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Developing the self-playing guitars.
  • Alan Hui; Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2019). Grey Tuesday (Musikk I gråsonen).
  • Kyrre Glette (2019). Kunstig intelligens for tilpasningsdyktige roboter.
  • Charles Patrick Martin; Torgrim Rudland Næss; Andrei Faitas & Synne Engdahl Baumann (2019). Session on Musical Prediction and Generation with Deep Learning.
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2019). Gustav Mahlers Åttende symfoni - Die Sinfonie der Tausend.
  • Paul Knutsen & Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2019). Roald Amundsens ansvar for Knutsens og Tessems død. Om polarekspedisjonen til Nordøstpassasjen 1918–1919. Foredrag ved Paul Knutsen.
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen & Nina Nielsen (2019). Hvorfor jeg hater julemusikk - hvorfor jeg elsker julemusikk. Panelsamtale.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Jon Marius Aareskjold (2019). Vocal Chops and it's aesthetics.
  • Qichao Lan; Jim Tørresen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). RaveForce: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Environment for Music.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2019). Miningsuite: A Comprehensive Matlab Framework for Signal, Audio and Music Analysis, Articulating Audio and Symbolic Approaches.
  • Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos; George Sioros & Odysseas Klissouras (2019). Mechanical Entanglement: A Collaborative Haptic-Music Performance.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez & Cagri Erdem (2019). INTIMAL: Walking to find place, breathing to feel presence.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen; Mats Sigvard Johansson & Olivier Lartillot (2019). Investigating rhythm production and perception in traditional scandinavian dance music in non-isochronous meter: A case study of norwegian telespringar.
  • Tønnes Frostad Nygaard; Charles Patrick Martin; Jim Tørresen & Kyrre Glette (2019). Self-Modifying Morphology Experiments with DyRET: Dynamic Robot for Embodied Testing.
  • Tønnes Frostad Nygaard; Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Charles Patrick Martin; Jim Tørresen & Kyrre Glette (2019). Lessons Learned from Real-World Experiments with DyRET: the Dynamic Robot for Embodied Testing.
  • Torgrim Rudland Næss; Jim Tørresen & Charles Patrick Martin (2019). A Physical Intelligent Instrument using Recurrent Neural Networks.
  • Justinas Miseikis; Inka Brijacak; Saeed Yahyanejad; Kyrre Glette; Ole Jacob Elle & Jim Tørresen (2019). Two-Stage Transfer Learning for Heterogeneous Robot Detection and 3D Joint Position Estimation in a 2D Camera Image Using CNN.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara; Kristian Nymoen; Olivier Lartillot & Anne Danielsen (2019). Timing is Everything... Or is it? Part I: Effects of Instructed Timing and Reference on Guitar and Bass Sound in Groove Performance.
  • George Sioros; Guy Madison; Diogo Cocharro; Anne Danielsen & Fabien Gouyon (2019). Does moderate syncopation increase groove? The answer depends on the syncopation pattern.
  • George Sioros; Guilherme Schmidt Câmara; Anne Danielsen & Kristian Nymoen (2019). Timing and drummers’ movement: A novel methodology for performance analysis.
  • Connor Spiech (2019). Predicting the Groove: A Combined EEG-Pupillometry Study.
  • Connor Spiech (2019). Predicting the Groove: A Combined EEG-Pupillometry Study.
  • Sabine Liliana Leske; James Lubell; Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Anaïs Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Maja Dyhre Foldal; Pål Gunnar Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Robert Thomas Knight; Anne Danielsen; Tor Endestad & Anne-Kristin Solbakk (2019). Action-based auditory predictions.
  • Sabine Liliana Leske; James Isaac Lubell; Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Anaïs Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Maja Dyhre Foldal; Pål Gunnar Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Robert Thomas Knight; Anne Danielsen; Tor Endestad & Anne-Kristin Solbakk (2019). Auditory prediction and prediction error in self-generated tones.
  • Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; James Lubell; Sabine Liliana Leske; Anaïs Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Santiago Collavini; Pål Gunnar Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Tristan Bekinschtein; Silvia Kochen; Robert T. Knight & Tor Endestad (2019). Human brain network involved in auditory deviance detection: Evidence from intracranial EEG recordings.
  • Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; James Lubell; Sabine Liliana Leske; Anaïs Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Santiago Collavini; Pål Gunnar Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Tristan Bekinschtein; Silvia Kochen; Robert T Knight & Tor Endestad (2019). Human brain network involved in auditory deviance detection: Evidence from intracranial EEG recordings.
  • Tor Endestad; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Pål Gunnar Larsson; Robert T. Knight & Alejandro Omar Blenkmann (2019). A robust intracranial electrode localization algorithm.
  • Maja Dyhre Foldal; Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; Anaïs Llorens; Robert Thomas Knight; Anne-Kristin Solbakk & Tor Endestad (2019). The brain tracks global temporal regularity in auditory patterns.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2019). Being moved by music: A prosocial emotional response?.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2019). The MIRAGE project.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). In the phenomenological workshop with “The Danish String Quartet":coping, mind-wandering and Amnesia.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). The Phenomenological Interview and the Skeptic Philosopher.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Thinking in movement: An enactive account of improvisation.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Making Robots Adaptive and Preferable to Humans.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Roundtable: Translating, transferring (and maybe transcending) musical knowledge. Chair and respondent, session 3: Practices..
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Jon Marius Aareskjold (2019). Vocal Chops and its Aesthetics.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen; Paul Théberge; Nyssim Lefford; Catherine Provenzano & Alan Williams (2019). Methodology Panel.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Aram Sinnreich (2019). Paper on the Panel Resist, Rebel, Remix: Politics and Practice in Digital Culture.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2019). Keynote Speaker: "INTIMAL: un espacio de escucha relacional para fluir entre fragmentos de memoria, migración y conflicto".
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2019). Talk in Mixtur Festival, Barcelona: INTIMAL: Interfaces for Relational Listening. Body, Memory, Migration, Telematics.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Exploring the Spatiotemporal Matrix in Music-Dance Performance.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Technology and the voice.
  • Olivier Lartillot & Didier Grandjean (2019). Tempo and Metrical Analysis by Tracking Multiple Metrical Levels Using Autocorrelation.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2019). Talk about INTIMAL project in online Seminar.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2019). The urge to «clean up» the rap: rhythm and plasticity in rap music.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2019). Surrender to the flow – rhyme as the defining structural element in rap.
  • Cagri Erdem; Katja Henriksen Schia & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Vrengt: A Shared Body–Machine Instrument for Music–Dance Performance.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Kvalitativ forskning og fænomenologi tur-retur.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Humor, Parody and Mashups.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Henrik Herrebrøden; Jostein Olimstad & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Effects of acoustic pacing on the smoothness of rowing movements.
  • Anne Danielsen; Kristian Nymoen & Justin London (2019). Noise in the click or click in the noise: Investigating probe-stimulus order in P-center estimation tasks.
  • Gary Bromham; David Moffat; Anne Danielsen & György Fazekas (2019). Digital Warmth: The Retro in Digital.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2019). Music and Body Motion.
  • David Huron & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2019). On the enjoyment of sad music: Pleasurable compassion theory and the role of trait empathy.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski & Marc Richard Thompson (2019). The contribution of visual and auditory cues to the perception of emotion in musical performance.
  • Marc Richard Thompson & Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2019). Everything but the sound: Investigating the relationships between movement features and perceptual ratings of silent music performances.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski & Tuomas Eerola (2019). Trait empathy contributes to the intensity of music-induced emotions: Evidence from self-reports and psychophysiology.
  • Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Tønnes Frostad Nygaard; Kai Olav Ellefsen & Kyrre Glette (2019). Evolved embodied phase coordination enables robust quadruped robot locomotion.
  • Tønnes Frostad Nygaard; Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Kai Olav Ellefsen; Charles Patrick Martin; Jim Tørresen & Kyrre Glette (2019). Experiences from Real-World Evolution with DyRET: Dynamic Robot for Embodied Testing.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). "Ellos no están entendiendo nada" ("They are not understanding anything"): Listening to Embodied Memories of Colombian Migrant Women Reflecting on Conflict and Migration.
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Jim Tørresen (2019). An Interactive Musical Prediction System with Mixture Density Recurrent Neural Networks.
  • Andrei Faitas; Synne Engdahl Baumann; Jim Torresen & Charles Patrick Martin (2019). Generating Convincing Harmony Parts with Simple Long Short-Term Memory Networks.
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Jim Torresen (2019). An Interactive Music Prediction System with Mixture Density Recurrent Neural Networks.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Hvor er egentlig beatet? Rytme og timing i rytmisk musikk.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2019). Computational analysis of tempo and metre: from signal processing to cognitive musicology.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara; Kristian Nymoen & Anne Danielsen (2019). Timing is Everything... Or is it? Part II: Effects of Instructed Timing Style and Timing Reference on Drum-Kit Sound in Groove Performance.
  • George Sioros; Guy Madison; Diogo Cocharro; Anne Danielsen & Fabien Gouyon (2019). The relation between groove and syncopation is intricate – not any pattern will do.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Musical Fragmentation and Pleasure.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Jon Marius Aareskjold (2019). Vocal chops and Rhythm.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Mashup and Parody.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Musical Fragmentation and Dual-Planed Temporality.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Intelligent and Adaptive Robots in Real-World Environment.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones; David Hesmondhalgh & Andreas Rauh (2019). Bandcamp and SoundCloud as alternative music platforms.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones & Patrick Hyland (2019). Negotiating conceptions of “lo-fi” authenticity in collaborative work.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Introduction to Different Challenges in Ethical AI and Possible Ways of Addressing Them.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Design and Control of Robots for Real-World Environment.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Sensing Human State with Application in Older People Care and Mental Health Treatment.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Supporting Older People with Robots for Independent Living.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Hva kan kroppslig stillstand si om opplevelsen av musikk?.
  • George Sioros & Anne Danielsen (2019). How do Rhythmic Features Affect our Movement?.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2019). Accounting for inter-individual variance in perceived and felt emotions.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2019). Parallels between the cognition of rhythm in sports and music.
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook & Emil Kraugerud (2019). Distances and proximities in acousmatic spatiality.
  • Ingrid Funderud & Anne-Kristin Solbakk (2019). Event Related Potentials and their functional relevance and Experimental design issues in ERP studies.
  • Alejandro Omar Blenkmann (2019). Origins of the EEG signal and Technical setup of EEG.
  • Sabine Liliana Leske (2019). Oscillations and their functional relevance and Experimental design issues in EEG studies investigating oscillations.
  • Britta Westner; Lau Møller Andersen; Alejandro Omar Blenkmann & Sabine Liliana Leske (2019). RITMO International EEG FieldTrip workshop, Lectures and Hands-on sessions.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Musical Empathy and expert automaticity: Applying phenomenology to Music performance.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Informing phenomenology through interviews: Dreyfus’ experts and musical virtuosos.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Phenomenological interviews.
  • Simon Høffding; Sebastian Wallot & Andreas Roepstorff (2019). The Danish String Quartet: Absorption and Interaction.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). What do expert musicians perceive when they perform? Phenomenological Explorations.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Sound actions: An embodied approach to a digital organology.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Sound actions: An embodied approach to a digital organology.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Lecture-demo: Music-Related Micromotion.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). At a distance from myself – on the phenomenology of hyper reflection and ex-static musical absorption.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Sammen i Musikken: Fri improvisation som unik social begivenhed.
  • Jim Tørresen; Kyrre Glette & Kai Olav Ellefsen (2019). Adaptive Robot Body and Control for Real-World Environments.
  • Jim Tørresen; Kyrre Glette & Kai Olav Ellefsen (2019). Intelligent, Adaptive Robots in Real-World Scenarios.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez (2019). Characterizing Movement Fluency in Musical Performance.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez (2019). MICRO: Human Bodily Micromotion in Music Perception and Interaction.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez (2019). Toward a Generic Measure of Fluency.
  • Artur Becker; Henrik Herrebrøden; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Kristian Nymoen; Carla Maria Dal Sasso Freitas; Jim Tørresen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Functional Data Analysis of Rowing Technique Using Motion Capture Data.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Glitched and Warped: Shaping the “Beat Bin” in Contemporary African-American Popular Music.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz; Paul Boddie; Cagri Erdem; Eigil Aandahl; Elias Sukken Andersen; Eirik Dahl; Mari Lesteberg & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). Sensing Place and Presence in an INTIMAL Long-Distance Improvisation.
  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2019). Likeins, likeins, men annleis – ulike språk/rytme-interaksjonar i rap.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2019). Constraint-based musical expression - John Blacking Memorial Lecture, European Seminar of Ethnomusicology (ESEM), Durham University, September 5, 2019.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2019). A comprehensive framework for computational music analysis.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). Not being there: an analysis of expertise induced amnesia.
  • George Sioros; Guilherme Schmidt Câmara & Anne Danielsen (2019). Mapping Timing Strategies in Drum Performance.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Intelligent Robots and Systems in Real-World Environment.
  • Alan Hui (2019). Norwegian copyright limitations and exceptions following Pelham v Hütter.
  • Sophie Bishop & Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2019). Just a folk theory? User understandings of algorithms as media critique.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2019). The historical role of ‘mashups’ in envisioning a democratic media environment.
  • Benedikte Wallace; Kristian Nymoen & Charles Patrick Martin (2019). Tracing from Sound to Movement with Mixture Density Recurrent Neural Networks.
  • Anna Xambo Sedo; Robin Støckert; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Sigurd Saue (2019). Facilitating Team-Based Programming Learning with Web Audio.
  • Qichao Lan (2019). QuaverSeries: A Live Coding Environment for Music Performance Using Web Technologies.
  • Christopher Stover (2019). Musical interaction—between desire and enunciation.
  • Chris Stover (2019). 'As gesture jazz became…': the genealogical role of Cecil Taylor’s standards.
  • Chris Stover (2019). Jazz and the Constitution of Social Identity.
  • Bjørnar Ersland Sandvik (2019). Grids, Waveforms, and “Blocks” of Sound: On the Increased Segmentation of Musical Content in Digital Music Production.
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2019). Pierre Boulez I: Music and text. Pli selon pli - portrait de Mallarmé.
  • Erling E. Guldbrandsen (2019). Pierre Boulez II: Post-War Modernism and Tradition. Theory and practice.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Workshop on microrhythmic analysis and groove.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). The impact of digitization on rhythm and groove in African-American popular music.
  • Anne Danielsen & Kristian Nymoen (2019). Where is the beat in that note?.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). The Expanding Present (panel member).
  • Nanette Nielsen & Simon Høffding (2019). A Musical Matter of Mind.
  • Nanette Nielsen & Simon Høffding (2019). Absorption in Schizophrenia, Music and Mystical Experience.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Music Listening - Meso time.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The importance of "nothing": studying human music-related micromotion.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Studying "nothing": complexities of human music-related micromotion.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Michael Francis Duch; Jørgen Langdalen; Tone Åse; Edvine Larsen & Tone Pernille Østern (2018). Kunsten å forske.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). RITMO - a center for interdisciplinary research into rhythm, time and motion.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Veien til RITMO: Fra musikkestetikk til tverrfaglig rytmeforskning.
  • Anne Danielsen; Mats Sigvard Johansson & Mari Romarheim Haugen (2018). Presentasjon av TIME-prosjektet.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Kunnskapsledelse av et Senter for fremragende forskning.
  • Charles Patrick Martin (2018). Deep Predictive Models in Interactive Music.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Introduction to Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Hvilken type IKT-kompetanse trenger humanister og samfunnsvitere?.
  • Kristian Nymoen (2018). Music Information Retrieval.
  • Kristian Nymoen (2018). Soundtracer - Et innblikk i innholdsbasert arkivsøk.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Comments on Open Science - Do we need a national action plan?.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Evaluering, merittering og forskningsvurdering.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The recording and use of videos from music events – how to balance ethical requirements and FAIR principles using data from live concerts, music performances and the like?.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Åpen forskning - et humanistisk-teknologisk perspektiv.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). How I try to do it FAIR.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2018). Python Toolboxes for Mocap Analysis.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Hvordan legge til rette for nytt tverrfaglig samarbeid mellom institutter og fakulteter? RITMO Senter for tverrfaglig forskning på rytme, tid og bevegelse..
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2018). Data visualization in Python.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Artificial Intelligence Applied for Real-World Systems.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2018). Panel ved boklansering av Yngvar Kjus bok "Live and Recorded: Music Experience in the Digital Millennuim".
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). RITMO - et nytt senter for fremragende forskning.
  • Anne Danielsen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Norwegian Centre of Excellence RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Njål Sparbo; Sagar Sen & Elisabeth Edvardsen (2018). Breath, breathing and the sensing of breathing.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Artificial Intelligence – State-of-the-art.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Roboter kommer nærmere – skal vi glede eller grue oss?.
  • Anne Danielsen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Rytme i tid og rom.
  • Charles Patrick Martin (2018). Creative Prediction with Neural Networks.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Sophus Bugges Salong: Rytmer og følelser.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Anne Danielsen; Justin London; Katja Henriksen Schia & Filip Abramczyk (2018). Intellectual warm-up: "Rhythm".
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Motion Capture in Music Performance, Perception and Interaction.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). Fieldwork: Deep Listening Intensive-MOCAP Lab sessions.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). INTIMAL Listening in Dreams online sessions, reflecting on four spheres of migratory memory..
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Kunstig intelligens – hvem, hva og hvor.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Remote Lab and Applications for High Performance and Embedded Architectures.
  • Charles Patrick Martin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Jim Tørresen (2018). Composing an ensemble standstill work for Myo and Bela.
  • Stefania Serafin; Sofia Dahl; Roberto Bresin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Runar Unnthorsson & Vesa Välimäki (2018). NordicSMC: A Nordic University Hub on Sound and Music Computing.
  • Yuta Suzuki; Tetsuto Minami; Bruno Laeng & Shigeki Nakauchi (2018). The differential effect of glowing appearance in the glare illusion: evidence from pupillometry.
  • Fumiyaki Sato; Bruno Laeng; Shigeki Nakauchi & Tetsuto Minami (2018). Pupil dilation reflects "Viewing from above bias" in the effort to control perception.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab.
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Jim Tørresen (2018). Predictive Musical Interaction with MDRNNs.
  • Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; James Lubell; Anais Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Santiago Collavini; PG Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Tristan Bekinschtein; Silvia Kochen; Tor Endestad; Robert T Knight & Anne-Kristin Solbakk (2018). Human insula response to auditory deviants: Evidence from intracranial EEG recordings.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Dans i musikkfaget i skolen.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Introduction to the SoundTracer Project.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Sound analysis for gestural interactions with large music datasets.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar; Udit Roy & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Evaluating a collection of Sound-Tracing Data of Melodic Phrases.
  • Agata Zelechowska; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). How music moves us? Studying human body micromotion in music perception.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Charles Patrick Martin; Agata Zelechowska; Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand; Victoria Johnson & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Bela-based augmented acoustic guitars for sonic microinteraction.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Analysing Popular Music in the Digital Age.
  • John MacCallum:; Teoma Naccarato; Baptiste Caramiaux; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Sarah Fdili Alaoui; Amy LaViers; Jean-Marc Matos; Jessica Rajko; Adam Russell & Sha Xin Wei (2018). Panel: What Escapes Computation in Interactive Performance?.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Analysing the synchronisation of COM motion with music in human standing.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2018). Moved by music: The role of empathy and social cognition in music-induced emotions (keynote lecture).
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski; Eric F. Clarke & Paul Elvers (2018). Comparing the effects of music and images on implicit cultural attitudes.
  • Charles Patrick Martin (2018). Predictive Music Systems for Interactive Performance.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen (2018). The Effect of Tempo on Non-Isochronous Subdivisions in Performed Samba Groove.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Hans-Hinrich Thedens & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Computational model of pitch detection, perceptive foundations, and application to Norwegian fiddle music.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Microrhythms and Microsounds: The impact of digitization on African-American popular music.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski; Janis Heinrich Zickfeld; Vinoo Alluri & Beate Seibt (2018). Moved by music: Investigating continuous ratings and contributing musical features.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Fremtiden er analog - perspektiver på humaniora og teknologi.
  • Kyrre Glette (2018). Automatic design of bodies and behaviors for real-world robots.
  • Justin London; Anne Danielsen & Kristian Nymoen (2018). Where is the beat in that note? Effects of attack, frequency, and duration on the p-centers of musical and quasi-musical sounds.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Aram Sinnreich (2018). Do You Wanna Build a Wall? Remix Tactics in the Age of Trump.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen; Jon Marius Aareskjold & Bjørnar Sandvik (2018). EDM Producers' Reflections on Groove.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Agata Zelechowska & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Muscle activity response of the audience during an experimental music performance.
  • Einar Duenger Bøhn; Anna Colette Smajdor & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Humaniora og teknologi.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Intelligent Systems for Medical and Healthcare Applications.
  • Jim Tørresen & Bruno Laeng (2018). UiO/ROBIN – Toyohashi University of Technology/Japan seminar.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen (2018). Meter i Skandinavisk folkemusikk.
  • Sofia Dahl & George Sioros (2018). Rhythmic recurrency in dance to music with ambiguous meter.
  • Georgios Sioros (2018). What we do when we move to music v.2.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). INTIMAL: Migrant Women's Sonic Statements of Presence.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Computational musicological analysis of notated music: a brief overview.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2018). Imagining an audience in DIY music.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2018). DIY as the new default.
  • Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2018). Are platforms 'deskilling' musicians?.
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook (2018). The Map(ping) as a Morphological Experiment.
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook (2018). Textures of Performances in Spatial Composition.
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook (2018). A Question of Background.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Impulse-driven sound-motion objects in musical imagery.
  • Kyrre Glette (2018). Automatic design of shapes and behaviors for robots.
  • Kyrre Glette (2018). Robotics, Intelligent Systems and Evolutionary Computation.
  • Mari Romarheim Haugen (2018). Investigating Rhythm Structures in Music and Dance Using Motion Capture.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). The MiningSuite - a Matlab toolbox for signal, audio and music analysis.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). MIRToolbox and MiningSuite.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Analyse musicologique par ordinateur d'enregistrements audio et de partitions informatisées.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Music and Voice Analysis using Matlab: MIRtoolbox and the MiningSuite.
  • Julia W.Y. Kam; Jack J. Lin; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad; Pål Gunnar Larsson & Robert T. Knight (2018). Functional coupling between default network and fronto-parietal control network supports internally directed attention..
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Presentation of RITMO.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara (2018). Presentation of Mocap Component of Performance Experiments from the Timing and Sound in Musical Microrhythm (TIME) project.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara (2018). Presentation of preliminary findings: Effects of Instructed Timing on Guitar and Bass Sound in Groove Performance.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). Relational Listening: in-between body, memory, migration and telematics.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). Telematic Sonic Performance: On Dis-location.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Cookbook 1: Sound analysis in Matlab.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Computational sound/music/gesture analysis and application to gesture-based query in music catalogue.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Åpen forskning - et humanistisk-teknologisk perspektiv.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Agata Zelechowska & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). The influence of music in people's standstill.
  • Jim Tørresen (2017). Brazilian Student Exchange Opportunities to University of Oslo.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Quantitative Video analysis for Qualitative Research.
  • Kyrre Glette (2017). ROBIN: Robotics, Intelligent Systems and Evolutionary Computation.
  • Kyrre Glette (2017). Robotikk og kunstig intelligens.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Kognisjon, musikk og teknologi.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Musikk og bevegelse.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand; Marco Donnarumma; Are Brean & Jo C. Bruusgaard (2017). Panel: Biophysical Music.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). Paneldeltakelse i serien Musikklære på Nasjonalbiblioteket, tema "Rytme".
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Musikk og bevegelses-laben ved Institutt for musikkvitenskap.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Status musikkteknologi ved UiO: forskning og undervisning.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). Paneldeltakelse i serien Musikklære på Nasjonalbiblioteket, tema "Låten".
  • J.W.Y. Kam; J.J. Lin; Tor Endestad; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; P.G. Larsson; S. Griffin & Robert T. Knight (2017). Contributions of medial prefrontal cortex to internally directed attention.
  • S.J.K. Slama; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad; P.G. Larsson; Jack J. Lin; D. King-Stephens; K.D. Laxer; P.B. Weber & Robert T. Knight (2017). Intracranial recordings define a cortical-mesial temporal network in top-down and bottom-up attention.
  • Anne Danielsen; Justin London & Kristian Nymoen (2017). Mapping the Beat Bin: The Effects of Rise Time, Duration, and Frequency Range on the Perceived Timing of Musical Sounds.
  • Skaansar Jo; Bruno Laeng & Danielsen Anne (2017). Pupil response reflects processing of microtiming in musical grooves: a study of musicians and non-musicians.
  • Fumiyaki Sato; Bruno Laeng; Shigeki Nakauchi & Tetsuto Minami (2017). Pupil dilation during perception of the Necker cube reflects the viewing-from-above bias.

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