[Consortium] OT: SBCM'2007: one month to submission deadline

Victor Lazzarini Victor.Lazzarini at nuim.ie
Fri May 4 07:01:34 EDT 2007

Apologies for cross-posting.

This is generally a nice conference (and an opportunity to visit Brazil).
Sao Paulo is a great city to visit.


>11th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music
>September 1-3 2007
>São Paulo - Brazil
>The Symposium
>The Brazilian symposia on computer music have consolidated the significance of
>Brazil's international position in the field of Computer Music. The 11th
>Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music is organized by NUCOM, the computer
>music branch of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC), and it will be held
>in São Paulo from September 1st to 3rd, 2007.
>During the symposium there will be speeches by renowned researchers, technical
>and music paper sessions, discussion panels, and concerts. Researchers,
>scientists, composers, educators, manufacturers, and all concerned with the
>interplay between music and technology are invited to submit work. The 
>will include, among others, a keynote speech and a workshop by Roger B.
>Dannenberg (Carnegie-Mellon University, USA).
>The program committee will give a prize for the best student papers presented
>at SBCM. Papers that have a student as a major author are eligible. Two awards
>will be given: one for the best technical paper and another for the best 
>General Chairs:              Fabio Kon (University of São Paulo)
>                              Fernando Iazzetta (University of São Paulo)
>Technical Papers Chair:      Geber Ramalho (Federal University of Pernambuco)
>Music Papers Chair:          Mikhail Malt (IRCAM/Sorbonne-Paris IV)
>Local Arrangements Chair:    Marcelo Queiroz (University of São Paulo)
>June   3rd     Full papers and posters submissions due
>July   15th    Full papers and posters notification of acceptance
>July   30th    Camera-ready version of papers and posters due
>The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to
>. Acoustics, Diffusion, Sonorization
>. Artificial Intelligence
>. Artificial Life and Evolutionary Music Systems
>. Audio Hardware design
>. Audio Digital Signal Processing
>. Computer-Aided Music Analysis
>. Computer-Aided Musical Education
>. Computer-Aided Musicology
>. Distributed Music
>. Internet and Web Applications
>. Multimedia Systems and Applications
>. Music Data Structures and Representation
>. Music Information Retrieval
>. Music Notation, Printing, and Optical Recognition
>. Quality of Service for Audio
>. Psychoacoustics and Cognitive Modeling
>. Real-time Interactive Systems
>. Software Systems and Languages for Composition
>. Sound Synthesis
>Technical Program committee
>Adolfo Maia Jr.           Universidade Estadual de Campinas
>Aluizio Arcela            Universidade de Brasilia
>Andrew Horner             The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
>Chris Chafe               Stanford University
>Edilson Ferneda           Universidade Católica de Brasília
>Eduardo Miranda           University of Plymouth
>Emilios Cambouropoulous   Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
>Fabio Kon                 Universidade de São Paulo
>Flávio Soares Silva       Universidade de São Paulo
>François Pachet           Sony Computer Science Laboratory
>Gérard Assayag            IRCAM
>Geber Ramalho             Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
>Giordano Cabral           Université Paris 6
>Henkjan Honing            University of Amsterdam
>Hugo de Paula             PUC Minas
>Ian Whalley               University of Waikato
>Jean-Pierre Briot         CNRS - Université Paris 6 & PUC-Rio
>Jonatas Manzolli          Universidade Estadual de Campinas
>Lelio Camilleri           University of Bologna
>Luis Jure                 Universidad de la República
>Marcelo Pimenta           Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
>Marcelo Queiroz           Universidade de São Paulo
>Marcelo Wanderley         McGill University
>Marcio Brandao            Universidade de Brasilia
>Maurício Loureiro         Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
>Oscar Di Liscia           Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
>Palle Dahlstedt           Göteborg University/Chalmers Univ. of Technology
>Peter Beyls               Hogeschool Gent
>Petri Toiviainen          University of Jyvaskyla
>Regis R. A. Faria         Universidade de São Paulo
>Roger Dannenberg          Carnegie Mellon University
>Rosa Viccari              Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
>Sever Tipei               University of Illinois School of Music
>Victor Lazzarini          National University of Ireland
>Music Papers Program Committee
>Mikhail Malt (chair)    IRCAM/Sorbonne-Paris IV
>Alexandre Lunsqui       Columbia University, NY -USA
>Fernando Iazzetta       Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
>Jonathas Manzoli        UNICAMP, Brazil
>Karim Haddad            IIRCAM, Paris-France
>Daniel Teruggi          Ina-GRM, Paris- France
>Marc Battier            Sorbonne-Paris IV, France
>Martin Supper           Berlin University of the Arts, Germany
>Papers Submission
>Papers must be submitted in PDF format via the JEMS online system
>Technical papers, up to 12 pages long, are supposed to present original
>research with scientific contributions. Music papers, up to 12 pages long,
>describe the experience of composers and users of computational tools to
>produce music. Extended abstracts of posters, up to 4 pages long, should 
>on-going research. Please carefully comply with instructions in publication
>templates. Papers which do not fulfill the requirements can not be published.
>Download files for manuscript preparation in accordance with the SBC 
>from http://gsd.ime.usp.br/sbcm/2007/templates
>In order to get the paper published, it is required that at least one author
>register for the symposium by August 1st.
>More Information
>For further information, please visit the symposium home page at
>For questions regarding the technical papers, contact Geber Ramalho
>(glr at cin.ufpe.br), for music papers, contact Mikhail Malt
>(Mikhail.Malt at ircam.fr). For other inquiries contact the symposium general
>chairs Fernando Iazzetta (iazzetta at usp.br) or Fabio Kon
>(kon at ime.usp.br).

Victor Lazzarini
Music Technology Laboratory
Music Department
National University of Ireland, Maynooth

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