CfP: 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (Paris)

University Pierre et Marie Curie:
“5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis”
10-12 June 2015 – Paris, France
Deadline: 29 March 2015

The 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (fma2015.sciencesconf.org) will be hosted by the University Pierre et Marie Curie (www.upmc.fr), Paris, France, on 10, 11 and 12 June 2015.

The 2015 FMA workshop is intended to provide a platform for new research and discussion on the following topics:

  • Computational (ethno)musicology, Retrieval systems for non-western and folk music
  • New methods for music transcription
  • Statistical approaches to music
  • Empirical approaches to music
  • Folk music classification systems
  • Models of oral transmission of music
  • Cognitive modelling of music
  • Aesthetics and related philosophical issues
  • Methodological issues
  • Representational issues and models
  • Audio and symbolic representations
  • Formal and computational music analysis

Specific research topics, fields of study, and methodological approaches have been left open intentionally to encourage interdisciplinary exchange.

The official language of the conference is English.

Keynote Speakers:

Prof. François PICARD, IReMus UMR 8223, Paris-Sorbonne, FRANCE
Prof. Gaël RICHARD, Audio, Acoustics and Waves Group, Télécom ParisTech, Paris, FRANCE
Dr Julien PINQUIER, Team Structuration, Analyse et MOdélisation de documents Vidéo et Audio, IRIT, Toulouse, FRANCE

Important Dates:

26 January 2015: Opening for extended abstract submission
29 March 2015: Deadline for extended abstract submissions
19 April 2015: Decisions for extended abstract submissions
17 May 2015: Deadline for submission of revised abstract or full paper
17 May 2015: Deadline for early registration and author registration
10 June 2015: Deadline for registration
10, 11 and 12 June 2015: Workshop at the University UPMC (www.upmc.fr, Paris, FRANCE)

Papers And Posters:

The Scientific Committee is keen to encourage the attendance of students, as well as established researchers and practitioners.
Extended abstracts have to be written in English. Contributors are invited to send an extended abstract (max. 1000 words or max. 2 pages A4), including:

  • first names and last names of author and co-authors
  • affiliation
  • email of the corresponding author
  • main text with introduction about the scientific context and the objectives of your work, then successive parts showing the methods, the results, the discussion and the conclusion.

Detailed instructions for submissions and abstract templates (versions for Word or for Latex) are available on the conference website.
Submissions should be directly uploaded on fma2015.sciencesconf.org by 29 March 2015.

Review Process

Each submission will be reviewed anonymously by the Scientific Committee according to its originality, importance, clarity, and interdisciplinarity. Corresponding authors will be notified by email of the Committee’s decision by 19 April 2015. Accepted abstracts will be proposed as oral presentation or as poster.

Registration

Registration fees give access the conference, the official program, lunches of June 10 and 11, the ice-breaking evening of June 10.
Online early registration is open until the 17 May 2015. The workshop fees are:
regular attendees: €190 (€280 after the 17 May)
student: €120 (€190 after the 17 May)

For further information about the venue, submissions, and registration, visit the conference website: fma2015.sciencesconf.org

Scientific Committee (alphabetic Order):

Computational Music Information Retrieval
ADAM Olivier, DALEMBERT LAM, Paris, FRANCE
ASSAYAG Gérard, IRCAM, Paris, FRANCE
BENETOS Emmanouil, Music Informatics Research Group, City University London, UK
BURGOYNE Ashley, Institute for Logic, Language & Computation, University of Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
CAMBOUROPOULOS Emilios, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
CAZAU Dorian, DALEMBERT LAM, Paris, FRANCE
CONKLIN Darrell, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, SPAIN
DOVAL Boris, DALEMBERT LAM, Paris, FRANCE
FILLON Thomas, Parisson, Paris, FRANCE
GLOTIN Hervé, Institut Universitaire de France, LSIS, University of Toulon, FRANCE
GOMEZ Emilia, Music Technology Group – DTIC, Barcelona, SPAIN
HOLZAPFEL Andre, Bogazici University, Istanbul, TURKEY
LARTILLOT Olivier, Aalborg University, Aalborg, DENMARK
PELLERIN Guillaume, Parisson, Paris, FRANCE
PINQUIER Julien, SAMOVA, IRIT, Toulouse, FRANCE
VAN KRANENBURG Kranenburg Peter, Meertens Institute, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
WEYDE Tillman, Department of Computer Science, City University London, UK

Ethnomusicology
BONINI BARALDI Filippo, CREM-LESC, UMR 7186, Nanterre, FRANCE and Visiting Professor at Universidade Fédéral da Paraíba, CAPES fellow, BRASIL
CHEMILLIER Marc, CAMS, EHESS, Paris, FRANCE
CLER Jérôme, IReMus UMR 8223, Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, FRANCE
DEBOVE Julien, CAMS, EHESS, Paris, FRANCE
ESTIVAL Jean-Pierre, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, FRANCE
GOMEZ Paco, Technical University of Madrid, SPAIN
PICARD François, IReMus UMR 8223, Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, FRANCE
SIMONNOT Joséphine, CREM-LESC, UMR 7186, Nanterre, FRANCE

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