Sound Science, Sound Experience
During the past five decades, the domain of Music Acoustics has widened from studies of the acoustics of musical instruments and voice, including basic elements of musical perception and performance, to investigations of how humans experience and interact with sounds and music. Increasingly, the knowledge is put into industrial, societal and psychological perspectives. The age-old dream of bridging science and art has found new and bountiful ground in the field of Sound and Music Computing.
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with the collaboration of
KMH Royal College of Music
SMAC Conference Chair: Sten Ternström
SMC Conference Chair: Roberto Bresin
SMC Music Chairs: Bill Brunson and Henrik Frisk
SMAC 2013: firstname.lastname@example.org
SMC 2013: email@example.com
Main venue: KTH Campus
Final programmeClick here to browse and download the final programme in different formats.
Confirmed keynote speakersProf. Mari Tervaniemi, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland
Assoc. Prof. Xavier Serra, Music Technology Group, Dept. of Information and Communication Technologies, UPF, Barcelona
Confirmed invited speakersAssoc. Prof. Anna Rita Addessi, Department of the Arts, Visual and Performing Arts-Media, University of Bologna, Italy
Prof. Antoine Chaigne, École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées (ENSTA), Paris, France
Dr Evan Davis, The Boeing Company, Seattle, USA
Prof. Tuomas Eerola, Department of Music, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Dr Claudia Fritz, LAM, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris, France
Dr Emilia Gomez, UPF, Barcelona, Spain
Assoc. Prof. Ken-Ichi Sakakibara Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, Japan
Violin maker George Stoppani, Manchester, U.K.
Assoc. Prof. Bruce Walker, School of Psychology and School of Interactive of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA
Prof. Joe Wolfe, School of Physics, University of New South Wales, Australia
Prof. Jim Woodhouse, Dept. of Engineering, Cambridge University, U.K.
Call for musicThe Call for Music can be downloaded here.
The Music Submission Guidelines can be downloaded here.
Deadline for music submissions: Friday 29 March 2013
NEW Deadline for music submissions: Sunday 7 April 2013, 24:00 CET
Notification of music acceptance: Wednesday 15 May 2013
NEW Notification of music acceptance: Wednesday 22 May 2013
Authors of accepted submissions have to register to the conference by: Wednesday 12 June 2013. Specific instructions for delivery of submissions will be emailed by the Music Committee.
Call for papers
SMAC 2013 welcomes contributions in musical acoustics and closely related fields, such as
SMC 2013 welcomes contributions on all the core topics in Sound and Music Computing research, including notably:
The reviewers will select for oral presentation primarily papers that present significant experimental or theoretical results; or that otherwise advance the current knowledge in the field.
Paper length and format. The maximum allowed length is 8 pages (for both oral and poster presentations). However a length of 6 pages is strongly encouraged. The paper templates (latex template or Word Office template) contain further instructions about the paper format.
Review and Post-review. Paper submissions will be managed electronically through the EasyChair system, using one of the official templates, latex template or Word Office template. Please check all the information for authors and all the related important dates. After the notification of acceptance, authors will be requested to submit their camera-ready papers taking into account the reviews.
Proceedings. All accepted papers, independently of the presentation format, will be included in the conference Proceedings. The Proceedings will have a ISBN and will be distributed as an electronic Open Access publication. Please note that at least one of the paper authors has to register to the conference in order for the paper to be accepted, presented, and included in the Proceedings.
Deadline for full paper submissions: Friday 29 March 2013
NEW Deadline for full paper submissions: Sunday 7 April 2013, 24:00 CET
Notification of paper acceptance: Wednesday 15 May 2013
NEW Notification of paper acceptance: Wednesday 22 May 2013
NEW Deadline for camera ready submissions of full papers: Wednesday 12 June 2013
Papers are to be submitted in PDF format at the EasyChair submission webpage.
Music CommitteeList to be completed
Bill Brunson, Co-Chair
Professor of Electroacoustic Music, KMH Royal College of Music, Sweden
Professor of Computer Music and Multimedia, PhD, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (KUG), Austria
Singer, Composer, PhD candidate, KMH Royal College of Music, Sweden
Henrik Frisk, Co-Chair
Assistant Professor, PhD, KMH Royal College of Music, Sweden
Independent Researcher, PhD, formerly at Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queens University Belfast
Professor of Choral Conducting, KMH Royal College of Music, Sweden
Singer, Senior Lecturer and Department Chair, KMH Royal College of Music, Sweden
Technical Program CommitteeList to be completed
Anna Rita Addessi, University of Bologna, Italy
Anders Askenfelt, KTH, Sweden
Federico Avanzini, University of Padova, Italy
Murray Campbell, University of Edinburgh, UK
Sofia Dahl, Aalborg University in Copenhagen, Denmark
Matthias Demoucron, Ghent University, Belgium
Gianpaolo Evangelista, Linköping University, Sweden
Emilia Gomez, UPF, Barcelona, Spain
Benoit Fabre, UPMC, France
Anders Friberg, KTH, Sweden
Leonardo Fuks, Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brasil
Bruno L Giordano, University of Glasgow, UK
Werner Goebl, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria
Kjetil Falkenberg Hansen, KTH, Sweden
Alexander Refsum Jensenius, University of Oslo, Norway
Malte Kob, Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Germany
Petri Laukka, Stockholm University, Sweden
Erwin Schoonderwaldt, Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, Germany
Stefania Serafin, Aalborg University in Copenhagen, Denmark
Patrick Susini, IRCAM, France
Vesa Välimäki, Aalto University, Finland
The conference registration web page, including hotel reservations, is found here:
All matters concerning registration and hotel reservations are handled by Reachem AB. Hotel bookings through this channel are offered at good negotiated rates. Alternative accommodations can be found under Accommodation, below.
The conference fee includes: one reception, 4 lunches and 8 coffee breaks, attendance to all SMAC and SMC sessions including Rencon workshop, conference guide, electronic proceedings. The conference banquet is charged for separately. Prices below in € are approximate; the payment is requested in Swedish kronor.
AccommodationWe recommend the hotels that are available through the Registration website. You can find a complete list of accommodations as well as tourist information at the official website of the city of Stockholm. Here below is a list of other accommodations that are close to the conference venue.
Stureparkens gästvåning, Sturegatan 58
Elite Hotel Stockholm Plaza, Birger Jarlsgatan 29
Rex Hotel, Luntmakargatan 73
Hellsten Hotel, Luntmakargatan 68
Best Western Kom Hotel, Döbelnsgatan 17
Hotel Tapto, Jungfrugatan 57
Hotel Arcadia, Körsbärsvägen 1
Bed and breakfast/Hostels
Bed & Breakfast
Tel: +46 8 15 28 38
Columbus Hotell och Vandrarhem
Tel: +46 8 644 17 17
Långholmen Vandrarhem och Hotell
Tel: +46 8 720 85 00