The ERC announced 45 grant holders who will receive top-up funding to investigate commercial applications of their frontier research results. Xavier Serra, DTIC professor and Director of the Music Technology Group, has been awarded with one of these ERC Grants to carry out a project related to Culture Aware Music Technologies.
Check what our students at the Advanced Interface Design course in the Master in Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media do!
Interactive boxes, Haptic devices, Interactive carpets, Magic batons and Virtual Haptic decives are some of the projects that CSIM students develop in the Advanced Interface Design Course. Check the video to know more!
CMTech at the ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Interaction Design and Children, Tufts University, Boston
Members of CMTech have presented their work at IDC2015, this year's edition of the ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Interaction Design and Children celebrated at Tufts University, Boston, from June 20 to June 24, 2015.
Seminar in Youtube: Research highlights in my journey within the field of Sound and Music Computing , by Xavier Serra.
On June 4, Xavier Serra, professor of DTIC and Director of the Music Technology Group ( MTG ), gave a lecture in the series of DTIC Integrative Research Seminars, for the entire university community.
John Chowning, father of FM synthesis and Computer Music Pioneer, will give a talk on "Composing music from the inside-out" on Monday June 15th at 15:00h in the Auditorium - Communication Campus of the UPF. He will also participate in a round table on June 16th at 18:30h at the Barcelona Music Museum where his piece "Voices" will also be performed.
Produced and presented within the framework of the European project BrainScaleS by Etienne Hugues, a researcher of the team led by Gustavo Deco, ICREA research professor and director of the Center for Brain and Cognition at the Department of Information and Communication Technologies.
Nikolaos Makriyannis participated in the the twelfth Theory of Cryptography Conference (TCC 2015) held in Warsaw
The conference is organized by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) and deals with the paradigms, approaches and techniques used to conceptualize, define and provide solutions to natural cryptographic problems.
Hugh C. Davis, Professor of Learning Technologies at the University of Southampton, delivers a seminar entitled "Should Digital Technologies Change the way we teach?" . This talk will be held at Sala Polivalent - Mercè Rodoreda building , on Tuesday 9 May at 4 pm.