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Revision as of 10:24, 15 January 2015

This is the CCRMA colloquium internal speakers schedule for the year of 2015.

Winter Quarter

  • 01/14:
    • Speaker 1: Ge Wang - Principles of Visual Design for Computer Music
    • Speaker 2: Romain Michon - Faust and Mobile Platforms
    • Speaker 3: Jorge Herrera - Beat Tracking Using Gradient Frequency Neural Networks
  • 01/28: Rapid Fire "What I'm Working On" Talks (5'; no set number of speakers, please sign up!)
    • Gina Collecchia - On the Acoustics of Alleyways
    • Madeline Huberth
    • Romain Michon - The BladeAxe
    • Victor Gama - How to Reproduce the Sounds of a Rain Forest in a Large Concert Hall - 3thousandRIVERS
    • Ge Wang - SideLObe & ChucK plans
    • Zhengshan Shi
    • Fernando Lopez-Lezcano - 3D sound diffusion in concert
    • John Granzow
    • Kurt James Werner
  • 02/11:
    • Speaker 1: Jimmy Tobin?
    • Speaker 2: Irán Román
    • Speaker 3: Fernando Lopez-Lezcano - Research Directions
  • 02/25:
    • Speaker 1: Jonathan Abel - A Pretty Weird Reverberator
    • Speaker 2: Kurt Werner and Vaibhav Nangia - A Wave-Digital Generalized/Modded Tube Screamer
    • Speaker 3: Students of 256b: New Mobile Music Instrument Design Showcase (curated by Ge and Romain)
  • 03/11:
    • Speaker 1: Zhengshan Shi
    • Speaker 2: Tim O'Brien
    • Speaker 3: Madeline Huberth - Encoding of Polyphonic Musical Motives

Spring Quarter

  • 04/15:
    • Speaker 1: Ge Wang - ChucK: current and future directions
    • Speaker 2: Blair Kaneshiro
    • Speaker 3:
  • 04/22: Rapid Fire "What I'm Working On" Talks (5'; no set number of speakers, please sign up!)
  • 05/06:
    • Speaker 1: Madeline Huberth - TBD
    • Speaker 2:
    • Speaker 3:
  • 05/20:
    • Speaker 1: Spencer Salazar - Handwriting Input for Computer Music Programming
    • Speaker 2:
    • Speaker 3: