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  • Anne Danielsen (2020). Desktop production and groove, I: Simon Zagorski-Thomas & Andrew Bourbon (red.),  The Bloomsbury Handbook of Music Production.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501334047.  chapter 17.
  • Laura Bishop & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2020). Reliability of two infrared motion capture systems in a music performance setting, I: Simone Spagnol & Andrea Valle (red.),  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, I: Andrea Valle & Simone Spagnol (red.),  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, I: Josh Bongard (red.),  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, I: Franziska Schroeder & Romain Michon (red.),  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, I: Franziska Schroeder & Romain Michon (red.),  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
  • Michael Joseph Krzyzaniak; Frank Veenstra; Cagri Erdem; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Kyrre Glette (2020). Air-Guitar Control of Interactive Rhythmic Robots, I: Daniel Buner Formo & Øyvind Brandtsegg (red.),  Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Live Interfaces.  Norwegian University of Science and Technology.  ISBN 0026639041.  Installations (1).  s 208 - 210
  • Olivier Lartillot; Carlos Cancino-Chacón & Charles Brazier (2020). Real-Time Visualisation Of Fugue Played By A String Quartet, I: Andrea Valle & Simone Spagnol (red.),  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, I: Julia Kaleńska-Rodzaj & Maria Chełkowska-Zacharewicz (red.),  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, I:  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, I: Eirik Askerøi; Kai Arne Hansen & Freya Jarman (red.),  Popular Musicology and Identity: Essays in Honour of Stan Hawkins.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138322882.  Kapittel 7.
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Henry Gardner (2019). Free-Improvised Rehearsal-as-Research for Musical HCI, I: Andrew McPherson; Katie Wilkie-McKenna; Tom Mudd; Simon Holland & Marcelo M. Wanderley (red.),  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, I: Martin Knakkergaard; Mark Grimshaw & Mads Walther-Hansen (red.),  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, I: Ana M. Barbancho; Alberto Peinado; Lorenzo J. Tardón & Isabel Barbancho (red.),  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, I: Ana M. Barbancho; Alberto Peinado; Lorenzo J. Tardón & Isabel Barbancho (red.),  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, I: Isabel Barbancho; Lorenzo J. Tardón; Alberto Peinado & Ana M. Barbancho (red.),  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, I: Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (red.),  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, I: Federico Visi (red.),  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', I: Perrakis Manos (red.),  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, I: Michael Filimowicz (red.),  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, I: Monty Adkins & Simon Cummings (red.),  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, I: Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (red.),  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, I: Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (red.),  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, I: Marcelo Queiroz & Anna Xambo Sedo (red.),  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, I: Anna Xambo Sedo & Marcelo Queiroz (red.),  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, I: Manuel López-Ibáñez (red.),  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, I:  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, I: Nick Braae & Kai Arne Hansen (red.),  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, I: Simon Zagorski-Thomas; Serge Lacasse; Katia Isakoff & Sophie Stévance (red.),  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, I: Ana M. Barbancho; Alberto Peinado; Lorenzo J. Tardón & Isabel Barbancho (red.),  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, I: Federico Visi (red.),  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, I: Grisha Coleman (red.),  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, I:  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, I: Mads Walther-Hansen; Mark Grimshaw & Martin Knakkergaard (red.),  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, I: Julián Urbano; Arthur Flexer; Geoffroy Peeters & Anja Volk (red.),  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, I:  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, I: Grisha Coleman (red.),  Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Movement and Computing.  ACM Publications.  ISBN 978-1-4503-7654-9.  Artikkel.
  • Qichao Lan & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2019). QuaverSeries: A Live Coding Environment for Music Performance Using Web Technologies, I: Gerard Roma; Sara R. Martin & Anna Xambo Sedo (red.),  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, I:  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, I: Morten Søndergaard & Laura Beloff (red.),  Proceedings of RE:SOUND 2019.  British Computer Society (BCS).  Chapter.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Time and Time Again: Repetition and Difference in Repetitive Music, I: Olivier Julien & Christophe Levaux (red.),  Over and Over. Exploring Repetition in Popular Music.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501324888.  kapittel 2.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Motormimetic features in musical experience, I: Gianfranco Vinay & Patrizia Veroli (red.),  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, I: Eliot Bates & Samantha Bennett (red.),  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!, I: Øyvind Prytz; Jan Fredrik Hovden & Knut Ove Eliassen (red.),  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, I: Rolf Bader (red.),  Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology.  Springer Nature.  ISBN 978-3-662-55002-1.  38.  s 805 - 818
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Sonic Object Cognition, I: Rolf Bader (red.),  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, I: Doug Bowman; Luke Dahl & Tom Martin (red.),  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, I: Tom Martin; Luke Dahl & Doug Bowman (red.),  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, I: Anastasia Georgaki (red.),  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, I: Stephanie Solt & Uli Sauerland (red.),  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, I:  The 2018 Conference on Artificial Life.  MIT Press.  ISBN 9780262355766.  Konferanseartikkel.  s 598 - 605
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab, I: Emilia Gómez; Emmanouil Benetos; Eric Humphrey & Xiao Hu (red.),  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, I: Rehding Alexander & Rings Steven (red.),  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, I: Emilia Gómez; Emmanouil Benetos; Eric Humphrey & Xiao Hu (red.),  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, I: Richard Parncutt & Sabrina Sattmann (red.),  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, I: Ciro Scotto; John Brackett & Kenneth M. Smith (red.),  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, I: Stuart Cunningham (red.),  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, I: Sander L. Gilman & Youn Kim (red.),  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, I: Tom Ziemke; Mattias Arvola; Nils Dahlbäck & Erik Billing (red.),  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, I: Doug Bowman; Luke Dahl & Tom Martin (red.),  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, I: Antonio Camurri & Gualtiero Volpe (red.),  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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  • Simon Høffding (2019). A Phenomenology of Musical Absorption. Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-030-00659-4.  300 s.

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  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski & Tuomas Eerola (2020). Personality and musicians, I:  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, I:  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.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Ellis Nathaniel Jones (2020). Slutten på remix? Spenningsforholdet mellom mashup-musikk og automatiske reguleringsverktøy.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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). The Experience of Time and the "Now": Groove studies.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  •  (2020). NTT: Noen forsker på musikk helt på ekte - Jazznytt.
  •  (2020). Kunst og Kunstig Intelligens.
  •  (2020). De dyktigste musikerne kan spille uten å tenke.
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  •  (2020). Bortebuaren.
  •  (2020). Spelelystene.
  •  (2020). Meiner forskarar må ha rett til å «klippe og lime» frå publiserte artiklar.
  •  (2020). Nesten umulig å stå i ro til musikk.
  •  (2020). Forskning om danselyst.
  •  (2020). Klarer du å stå stille til favorittlåta di?.
  •  (2020). Hvor vanskelig er det egentlig å la være å bevege seg til fengende musikk?.
  •  (2020). Du klarer faktisk ikke å stå stille.
  •  (2020). You just can’t stand still.
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  •  (2020). Algoritmene lammer kreativiteten.
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  • Bruno Laeng & Dag Alnæs (2019). Pupillometry, I: Ulrich Ettinger & Christoph Klein (red.),  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 hater jeg julemusikk - hvorfor elsker jeg 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.
  • 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.
  •  (2019). Restless Legs Syndrome. Presented at Oslo Brain Council Conference 2019, 01.07.2019, Lillestrøm.
  •  (2019). IPTrollet blog: After the Kraftwerk ruling: Narrower limitations and exceptions for EU and EEA?.
  •  (2019). INTIMAL Multimedia Fanzine Vol. 1/2019.
  •  (2019). Aether Trouble.
  •  (2019). Konsert med Sinsenfist.
  •  (2019). Konsert med Sinsenfist - Rockeklubben i Porsgrunn.
  •  (2019). Entraining Guitars.
  •  (2019). The Telephone.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist Sommerfest // Rockefeller // Legendiske gjester.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist på Strynefestivalen 2019.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist på Rokken.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist på Verksøya 2019.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist på Byfest Kongsvinger 2019.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist på Samfunnet Bislet 2019.
  •  (2019). Utopia.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist fister julen inn 2019.
  •  (2019). Footprints of Creatures.
  •  (2019). Performing with QuaverSeries Live Coding Environment.
  •  (2019). Four Assemblages for Improvising Chamber Quartet.
  •  (2019). Unit Structures.
  •  (2019). Sinsenfist på x2.
  •  (2019). Tessellation Rift.
  •  (2019). Forest Glade.
  •  (2019). Four Assemblages for Improvising Chamber Quartet.
  •  (2019). INTIMAL Long Distance Improvisation (Telematic Sonic Improvisatory Performance). Oslo-Barcelona-London.
  •  (2019). Vrengt: A Shared Body–Machine Instrument for Music–Dance Performance.
  •  (2019). City Dwellers II.
  •  (2019). Sound Field (producer: PBS Digital Studios), Episode 2: Why Does Sarah McLachlan’s “Angel” Sound So Sad?.
  •  (2019). Hvem er den egentlige artisten bak mashups og sample-musikk?.
  •  (2019). Musikkverdenen voksne ikke forstår.
  •  (2019). Reflections from a Carpentries Train the Trainer Workshop.
  •  (2019). Hautaa ystäväsi – Me kuuntelemme kuolemaa ja surkeutta romantisoivia kappaleita ymmärtämättä, että ne voivat vahingoittaa meitä syvästi.
  •  (2019). Ein hest og ei landeplage.
  •  (2019). Med opphavsrett på studieplanen.
  •  (2019). A new method to enable robust locomotion in a quadruped robot.
  •  (2019). Saturday Breakfast: There is a reason you get pleasure from sad songs.
  •  (2019). Her er universitetets mest avanserte, selvlærende robot.
  •  (2019). #26 Music Research.
  •  (2019). Å studere dei små detaljane. Kva kan teknologi for rørslesporing bidra med i skildring av folkedansen?.
  •  (2019). Vi er konstant absorbert i en annen verden.
  •  (2019). https://www.nettavisen.no/livsstil/erling-har-rastlose-bein---du-kan-ikke-tenke-deg-hvor-desperat-du-blir/3423595201.html.
  •  (2019). Her er universitetets nest selvlærende robot.
  •  (2019). Ekspørt: Alexander Refsum Jensenius.
  •  (2019). Kulturstripa: Musikken som beveger.
  •  (2019). Rapkjefta - episode 1.
  • 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.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). MoCap Toolbox in the MiningSuite.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Kristian Nymoen & Anne Danielsen (2018). Prediction of P-centers from audio recordings.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). UiO Visit to UFRJ – An overview of research.
  • Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad & Robert T. Knight (2018). Neural oscillations and human behavior.
  •  (2018). Interactive Opening Animation.
  •  (2018). Interactive Animation of the RITMO Logo.
  •  (2018). Sverm-Pluck.
  •  (2018). Konsert med Sinsenfist.
  •  (2018). Stillness under Tension.
  •  (2018). Stillness under Tension.
  •  (2018). Music-Dance Performance: "Rhythm".
  •  (2018). Julekonsert med Sinsenfist (Belleville).
  •  (2018). Droplets.
  •  (2018). Ice Feathers.
  •  (2018). Disembodied Voice.
  •  (2018). MAM - Nepal / Avatar.
  •  (2018). Jazz in Khartoum - ft Tejaswinee Kelkar #2.
  •  (2018). Jazz in Khartoum - ft. Sudeshna Bhattacharya.
  •  (2018). Oslo Jazzfestivalen - ft Jazz in Khartoum ft Agbalagba Dada.
  •  (2018). Musikkprogram kan avsløre cerebral parese.
  •  (2018). Sverm-Resonans: interactive installation with resonating guitars and Bela.
  •  (2018). Står mot hverandre om hva som er best for å sikre topp forskning.
  •  (2018). Finner musikk ved å bevege hånden.
  •  (2018). #89: Alexander Jensenius: Slik danser du din egen musikk.
  •  (2018). Forskningsmøte mellom musikk og medisin.
  •  (2018). Mobilen finner musikk når du beveger hånden.
  •  (2018). Busca música dibujándo en el aire.
  •  (2018). UiOs innovasjonspris til RITMO ved Anne Danielsen og Alexander Refsum Jensenius.
  •  (2018). På sporet av rytmen.
  •  (2018). Forskerbloggen: Hvorfor får man lyst til å danse til musikk?.
  •  (2018). Rytmen er en danser.
  •  (2018). MusicLab - et nytt konsept for forskning og forskningsformidling.
  •  (2018). Hva er en sommerhit?.
  •  (2018). Intervju om Aretha Franklin i Dagsnytt, NRK 2.
  •  (2018). Intervju om Aretha Franklin til NTB.
  •  (2018). Spillerom søndag: Om språk og musikk.
  • 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.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). RITMO - Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion.
  • Elizabeth L. Johnson; J.N. Adams; S.M. Griffin; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad; P.G. Larsson; J. Parvizi; J.J. Lin & Robert T. Knight (2017). Dynamic frontotemporal systems for episodic working memory.
  • Elizabeth L. Johnson; C. Dewar; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad; Torstein Ragnar Meling & Robert T. Knight (2017). Causal evidence that bidirectional frontoparietal rhythms support working memory.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). From resonating strings to autonomous electronic instruments - towards a new organology.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). Timing and Sound in Musical Microrhythm: Theoretical, Aesthetic and Empirical Aspects.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Touching the digital: acoustic resonances in an electronic world.
  • Jim Tørresen (2017). Artificial Intelligence and Examples of Real-world Applications.
  • Jim Tørresen (2017). Intelligent Machines – Opportunities and Challenges.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Tellef Kvifte; Kjell Tore Innervik; Charles Patrick Martin; Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen; Trond Lossius & Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2017). Panel: New Interfaces for Musical Expression.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Bjørnar Sandvik (2017). Does Compression Influence Timing? A Case Study in EDM Music.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Bjørnar Sandvik (2017). Dynamic Range Compression’s Influence on Perceived Timing in EDM Music.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Humanities and technology - with a musicological twist.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Bjørnar Sandvik (2017). Dynamic Range Processing’s Influence on Perceived Timing.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen & Bjørnar Sandvik (2017). Dynamic Range Compression’s Influence on Perceived Timing.
  • Kyrre Glette (2017). Evolutionary computation and robotics.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). The perception, aesthetics, and cultural values of 'glitched' grooves.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). P-centres and beat bins - an introduction to the TIME project.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). Methodologies in Record Production Research (Panel).
  • Bruno Laeng (2017). The pupil as a window to music's soul.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Introduction to the SoundTracer Project.
  • George Sioros (2017). What we do when we move to music.
  •  (2017). Sverm-Resonans.
  •  (2017). Sverm-Muscle.
  •  (2017). Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion får status som Senter for fremragende forskning.
  •  (2017). Tar roboter over musikken?.
  •  (2017). European Open Data Champions.
  •  (2017). Forsker på musikk - ved å stå stille.
  •  (2017). Video invitation to MSCA prospective candidates Colombia.
  •  (2017). Featured in the Facebook portal of MSCA as Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellow of the week.

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