Mobile Phone Programming Workshop

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== Workshop - On Symbian Coding in a Mobile Environment November 1-3, 2007, Stanford - CCRMA ==

# Schedule # Participants # Materials #* Installation guide

Schedule

PRESENTATIONS

  • What: Mobile Music Making
  • Who: Georg Essl
  • When: Thursday Nov. 1st at 1.15-2.15 pm
  • Where: Classroom 217 - 2nd floor
  • Target audience: general interest in the field, both engineers and composers


What: Audio/Music Development for Symbian OS

  • Who: Jarno Seppänen
  • When: Thursday Nov. 1st at 2.15-3.00 pm
  • Where: Classroom 217 - 2nd floor
  • Target audience: general interest in the field, both engineers and composers


What: Why are 2-D waves more tricky than 1-D

  • Who: Georg Essl
  • When: Friday Nov. 2nd at 3:15 - 5 pm
  • Where: Classroom 217 - 2nd floor

WORKSHOP

Workshop I - Startup

  • When: Thursday Nov. 1st at 3.30 pm – 6 pm
  • Where: Ballroom 216 - 2nd floor (optionally in Seminar room 3rd floor)
  • Target audience: people who want to actually develop for mobile devices

Workshop II - Cont.

  • When: Friday Nov. 2nd at 9 am - 1.00 pm
  • Where: Classroom 217 - 2nd floor

Workshop III - Cont. & wrap up

  • When: Saturday Nov. 3rd at 9 am - 2 pm
  • Where: Classroom 217 - 2nd floor


Participants

Teachers:

  • Georg Essl – Deutsche Telekom Laboratories at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany
  • Jarno Seppänen – Nokia, Finland

Coordinator:

  • Henri Penttinen – Visiting scholar at Stanford – CCRMA from Helsinki University of Technology, Lab. of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing

Sponsor:

  • Jyri Huopaniemi, Nokia Finland / Palo Alto USA

Participants:

  • Sook Young Win CCRMA
  • Rob Hamilton Win CCRMA
  • Nick Bryan Win CCRMA
  • Dong-In Lee Win CCRMA/ Gracenote
  • Orazio Gallo Win UC Santa Cruz
  • Jeff Cooper Win CCRMA
  • Henri Penttinen Win CCRMA/ Helsinki University of Technology
  • Luke Dahl OS X CCRMA
  • Ge Wang OS X CCRMA
  • Jyri Huopaniemi Win Nokia, Palo Alto


Materials

    • Installation guide
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