Best papers award: Sound and music computing 2012

Sound and Music Computing (SMC) 2012 and Computer Music Journal (CMJ) are happy to announce that the two most highly rated papers presented at SMC 2012 will be selected for expansion and publication in a future issue of CMJ.

Summer school in product sound design

The call for participation to the 2012 summer school is now online.

For more information, see here.

Submission deadline for papers coming soon!

The submission deadline for papers, posters and demos is approaching.

See the information for authors here


Submission for MUSIC now closed

The deadline for submission of music and sound installation has passed.

Submission website is now open!

You can now submit your work to SMC 2012 here.

Information about submissions

We have received several inquiries on how to submit music and papers to SMC.

The submission website will be open beginning of 2012.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

The SMC 2012 team

Welcome to SMC 2012 in Copenhagen

The SMC Conference is the forum for international exchanges around the core interdisciplinary topics of Sound and Music Computing. SMC 2012 is organized by the Medialogy section, Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, Aalborg University Copenhagen.

The general theme for the SMC 2012 conference is “Illusions”.
We welcome scientific contributions, demonstrations, installations and performances which are connected to the idea of sonic or multisensorial illusions.

SMC 2012 will feature lectures, posters/demos, musical/sonic works, tutorials and other types of events.

The SMC Summer School will take place just before the Conference with the theme “Multimodality”.
The school will aim at giving an opportunity to young researchers interested in the field to learn about some of the core interdisciplinary topics and to share their own experiences with other young researchers.

Attendance to Technical Sessions (oral and poster presentations), lunches, coffee breaks, and social events is restricted to registered participants. Attendance to the Music Program and to satellite events is free and open to the public. More information will be available on the Programme page.