When: Tue 20th December 2016
Where: Arts One: 1.28
The Digital Music Research Network (DMRN) aims to promote research in the area of Digital Music, by bringing together researchers from UK universities and industry in electronic engineering, computer science, and music.DMRN will be holding its next 1-day workshop on Tuesday 20th December 2016. The workshop will include invited and contributed talks, and posters will be on display during the day, including during the lunch and coffee breaks.
When: Wed 14th December 2016
Where: The Great Hall
Find out how computing is extending and transforming the acoustic instruments that people have been playing for centruries
When: Wed 23rd November 2016
Where: Kensington, Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art
A cross-disciplinary conversation on soft robotics, art and design, accompanied by a pop-up exhibition.
When: Mon 21st November 2016
This talk by Elisabetta Ježek presents linguistic evidence why we need a context-sensitive model of lexical semantics to account for how lexical information, cognitive knowledge, pragmatic inference and compositionality interact in language use.
When: Fri 18th November 2016
Where: MAT Performance Lab
C4DM presents a Brief Evening of Electroacoustic Music with guest composer Oded Ben-Tal, and soprano trombonist Torbjörn Hultmark
When: Mon 14th November 2016
We present a method for inducing incremental dialogue systems from very small amounts of dialogue data, avoiding the use of dialogue acts.
When: Sat 12th November 2016
Where: Millenium Gallery
Imagine a piece of fabric that can be tapped or swiped just like you would a touch screen? Or if sensors woven into the cover of your chair told you when you were slouching? Electronic textiles are where computer science, electrical engineering, textiles and design all come together.
When: Mon 7th November 2016
This seminar is an introduction to psychology studies and art/design projects that have played with embarrassment.
When: Wed 2nd November 2016
Terahertz properties of graphene are determined by the electromagnetic Drude response and demonstrate an extraordinary sensitivity to the electrostatic doping and the magnetic field due to a tiny effective mass of the Dirac fermions.
When: Wed 28th September 2016
Where: Vortex Jazz Club
We’re faced with constant reminders in the media that robots are coming to take our jobs, but the likes of Steve Reich, John Williams and Wayne Shorter might have thought their positions were safe at least. No longer! Now the rise of the machines challenges one of the most creative disciplines – the composition of music.