NIME (New Interfaces for Musical
Expression) is the premier conference in
human-machine interfaces and interactions
for musical performance. NIME is a
gathering of researchers, designers,
musicians, who come together to share
knowledge, perform music, and build
community through research presentations,
concerts, installations, and workshops.
On behalf of the 2018 NIME Committee I am
pleased to announce that the NIME 2018
"Mirrored Resonances" Conference call for
submissions is now officially open!
Co-organized between Virginia Tech and the
University of Virginia, the conference
will take place June 3-6, 2018 in
Blacksburg, Virginia. We welcome
submissions of papers, posters, panels,
musical performances, installations,
demos, and workshops, particularly those
that may respond to the overarching
conference theme of “Mirrored Resonances”
and its thematic areas in any of the many
ways they might be interpreted. Likewise,
we encourage potential participants to
consider exploring the unique Virginia
Tech facilities, including the Institute
for Creativity, Arts, and Technology’s
Cube with a massive high density
loudspeaker array. The deadline for the double-blind
peer reviewed submissions, including
papers, panels, demo papers, music, and
installations is January 20th, 2018.
Submissions created by January 20th will
continue to be editable until January 27th
when the submission process will close.
Demos without paper and workshops will be
curated and have an extended
submission deadline until March 1st, 2018.
In addition to the NIME and academic
communities, we also invite industry, as
well as non-academic creatives to consider
participating in the aforesaid categories.
For a complete list of important dates
visit the Participate page.
We are excited to announce that the
conference will feature four keynote
If interested in
sponsorship opportunities please do not
hesitate to contact us
On behalf of the entire
NIME 2018 Committee, we look forward to
welcoming you in Virginia next June!