Elaine Chew | musician (pianist), mathematician (operations researcher), music researcher
Professor of Digital Media, Centre for Digital Music, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London
Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, United Kingdom
[ Science Bio | Music Bio | CV ]
Research
Explaining what musicians do, how we do it, and why; making concrete conceptualized structures and expressive (prosodic) decisions that shape musical communications using mathematical models, computational methods, and scientific visualisations

more at elainechew-research.blogspot.com

Piano
Chamber musician and soloist. Lecture-recitals interrogating performance knowledge and decisions. Collaborations with contemporary composers to create, perform, and record classical and eclectic post-tonal music

more at elainechew-piano.blogspot.com

MuPaE
Research theme on study and modeling of music performance, and aspects of musicianship related to performance (prosody, cognition, analysis, composition/improvisation, ensemble interaction) using both quantitative (mathematical and computational) and qualitative scientific methods

more at mupae.blogspot.com

Publications
Writings crossing music (music performance, musicology, music theory, music cognition), science and engineering (mathematical and computational sciences, electronic engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence, psychology) to explain knowledge and decisions in musicianship and performance

more at elainechew-publications.blogspot.com