29 March 2018Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Venue: QMUL campus: Students Union Hub, Blomeley Room 2 (behind the Ground coffee shop)
QMUL students/staff only
Hosted by the Centre for Digital Music research group
Machine listening is the use of signal processing and machine learning to extract useful information from sound.
In this event, sponsored by the Machine Listening Lab, we'll meet researchers around QMUL to hear about their related work. There'll be talks about new and current projects, lightning talks, a keynote talk with an invited speaker from industry, and lunch.
Confirmed speakers: Rob Lachlan, Emmanouil Benetos, Michael McLoughlin
Guest speaker: Katerina Kosta, Jukedeck
Katerina Kosta is a machine learning researcher at Jukedeck, working as part of the composition team, whose aim is to develop machine learning systems for music generation. She pursued her PhD at the Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London, conducting research on modelling dynamic variations in expressive music performance. She received degrees from University of Athens (Mathematics) and Filippos Nakas Conservatory, Athens (Piano), and a Sound and Music Computing Masters from the Music Technology Group, UPF, Barcelona.
Attendance is free for QMUL staff/students - please register using the link above