Daily Overview

Sunday 2nd July, 2017
Check-in at: Curzon Gateway

Monday 3rd July, 2017
09:00 – 09:30 Coffee and Registration
09:30 – 10:00 Opening Address
10:00 – 12:00 Workshops
12:00 – 13:30 Poster session 1 & Lunch 
13:30 – 15.10 Paper Session 1: Perception
15:10 – 15:40 Tea/Coffee
15:40 – 17:20 Paper Session 2: Musical Timing
18:30- 21:00 Wine reception, Parkside Atrium

Tuesday 4th July, 2017
09:00 – 09:30 Coffee/Tea
9:30 – 10:30 Keynote 1, Matthew Davies
10:30 – 10:40 Coffee/Tea
10:40 – 12:00 Paper Session 3: Music
12:00 – 13:30 Poster session 2 & Lunch
12:00-12:30 Capoeira Qualisys Demo
13:30 – 14:50 Paper Session 4: Synchronization
14:50 – 15:30 Coffee/Tea
15:30 – 16:50 Paper Session 5: Movement
18:30 – 22:30 Evening Banquet, The Blue Piano

Wednesday 5th July, 2017
09:00 – 09:30 Coffee/Tea
9:30 – 10:30 Keynote 2, Peter Keller
10:30 – 10:40 Coffee/Tea
10:40 – 12:00 Paper Session 6: Brain
12:00 – 13:30 Poster session 3 & Lunch
13:30 – 14:50 Paper Session 7: Speech and Pathology
14:50 – 15:30 Tea/Coffee
15:30 – 17:10 Paper Session 8: Sensorimotor Control

Wednesday 5th July, 2017
Check-out at: Curzon Gateway


Full Program

Monday 3rd July, 2017

Coffee and Registration (09:00 – 09:30) [Parkside L3]

Opening Address (09:30 – 10:00) [Parkside, P350]

  • Introduction from Workshop co-chairs Alan Wing, Ryan Stables and Mark Elliott

Workshops (10:00 – 12:00)

  • 10:00 Sebastian Böck and Jason Hockman- Automatic beat and downbeat tracking
  • 10:00 Birgitta Burger – MoCap Toolbox
  • 11:00 Arnould Massart – Exploring rhythm through the movements of the body
  • 11:00 Darren Rhodes and Max Di Luca – Bayesian approaches to time and timing

Poster session 1 (12:00 – 13:30)Lunch (12:30 – 13:30) [Parkside, The Shell]

  • In search for beta modulation as a function of basic rhythmic regularity.
    Stephanie Brandl, Sven Daehne, Thomas E. Cope, Annike Bekius, Klaus-Robert Mueller, Manon Grube
  • It’s not who you are but how we are together: The pro-social effects of interpersonal synchrony are influenced by metajudgements of task-alignment and co-actor
    Benjamin Crossey
  • Visual cues in musical synchronization: How a conductor can influence musicians
    Ian D. Colley, Jennifer MacRitchie, Manuel Varlet, Peter E. Keller
  • Rhythm Modelling Using Convolutional Neural Networks
    Maciek Tomczak, Carl Southall, Jason Hockman
  • Score-aligned Polyphonic Onset Detection
    Xueyang Wang, Bochen Li, Zhiyao Duan, Ryan Stables
  • Predictable timing sequence can help multitasking
    Fang Zhao, Robert Gaschler, Eva Röttger, Hilde Haider, Roland Thomaschke
  • Investigating the effects of transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) on sensorimotor synchronisation using a linear phase correction model
    Mark T. Elliott, Carlos Carbajal, Wai Ting Ryan Lip, Afia Masood, Verena Braun, Benjamin Crossey, Simon Hanslmayr, Craig J. McAllister
  • Imagine all the Synchrony: Imagined Entrainments Affects on Pro-Sociality
    Liam Cross, Gray Atherton, Andrew D Wilson, Sabrina Golonka
  • On performative Control of Syllabic Rhythm: P-anchors, system and evaluation
    Samuel Delalez, Christophe d’Alessandro

Paper Session 1 – Perception (13:30 – 15.10)  [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Justin London

  • 13:30 Predictions for “when” and “what” jointly shape early sensory responses to rhythmic sounds
    Fleur L. Bouwer, Heleen A. Slagter, Henkjan Honing
  • 13:50 Midbrain adaptation may set the stage for the perception of musical beat
    Vani G. Rajendran, Jose A. Garcia-Lazaro, Nicol S. Harper, Nick A. Lesica, Jan W. H. Schnupp
  • 14:10 Rhythms of Relaxation
    Leon van Noorden, Rubiel Vargas-Cañas, Flavio Guillermo Muñoz Bolaños, Ennio Idrobo, Jean-Baptiste Masson
  • 14:30 Individual differences in rhythm relate to grammar outcomes in children: mechanisms and rhythm-based training
    Reyna L. Gordon, Natalie Wiens, Chloe Vaughan, Brett Myers, J. Devin McAuley
  • 14:50 Social rhythmic entrainment during infant-directed singing across infancy
    Miriam Lense, Warren Jones

Tea/Coffee/Demos (15:10 – 15:40)

Paper Session 2 – Musical Timing (15:40 – 17:20) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Jason Hockman

  • 15:40 Salient acoustic features in music evoke dynamic motor activity
    Benjamin G. Schultz, Sonja A. Kotz
  • 16:00 Beyond the Regular: A Formalization of Non-Isochronous Metrical Structure
    Tom Hendriks, Bastiaan van der Weij, Henkjan Honing
  • 16:20 Interactive Music Transcription based on Rhythm Tree Languages
    Florent Jacquemard, Adrien Ycart
  • 16:40 CAMeL: Carnatic Percussion Music Generation Using N-Gram and Clustering Approaches
    Carlos Guedes, Konstantinos Trochidis, Akshay Anantapadmanabhan
  • 17:00 What do drummers do? Learnings from the design of real-time beat tracking systems.
    Andrew Robertson

Wine Reception (18:30 – 21:00) [Parkside Atrium]

Tuesday 4th July, 2017

Coffee/Tea (09:00 – 09:30) [Parkside, L3]

Keynote 1 (9:30 – 10:30) [Parkside, P350]

  • Matthew Davies – Sound and Music Computing Group, INESC TEC

Coffee/Tea (10:30 – 10:40) [Parkside, L3]

Paper Session 3 – Music (10:40 – 12:00) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Nori Jacoby

  • 10:40 Rhythm Workers: a music-based game for training rhythm skills
    Valentin Bégel, Ines Di Loreto, Antoine Seilles, and Simone Dalla Bella
  • 11:0 Advantages of melodic over rhythmic movement sonification for learning a bimanual polyrhythmic spatial-temporal task
    Matthew W. M. Rodger, John F. Dyer
  • 11:20 Mapping the beat bin: Effects of rise time, duration and frequency range on the perceived timing (P-center) of musical sounds
    Anne Danielsen, Justin London, Kristian Nymoen
  • 11:40 Exploring unintentional coordination in Steve Reich’s Drumming: A case study of expert musicians attempting joint desynchronization
    Michael Schutz

Poster session 2 (12:00 – 13:30)Lunch (12:30 – 13:30) [Parkside, The Shell]

  • Motor system excitability dynamics during auditory anticipation and beat perception
    Daniel J. Cameron, Molly J. Henry, Jana Celina Everling, Jessica A. Grahn
  • Clave patterns in Uruguayan Candombe drumming
    Luis Jure, Martín Rocamora
  • Isochronous organization of zebra finch song rhythm following disruption of FoxP1, FoxP2 and FoxP4 in the developing song system
    Philipp Norton, Ezequiel Mendoza, Constance Scharff
  • Automatic Drum Transcription Using Neural Networks
    Carl Southall, Ryan Stables, Jason Hockman
  • Statistical Analysis of Beat Histogram-based Speech Tempo Features for Language Discrimination
    Athanasios Lykartsis, Volker Dellwo
  • The role of tapping in improving connected speech comprehension in non-native listeners
    Ewa Wanat, Caroline Palmer
  • Two kinds of entrainment in gait rehabilitation using haptic metronomic cues
    Theodoros Georgiou, Simon Holland, Janet van der Linden, Federico Visi
  • A plugin for Digital Audio Workstation studies into ensemble synchronisation
    Ryan Stables, Mark Elliott, Alan wing

Paper Session 4 – Synchronization (13:30 – 14:50) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Michael Schutz

  • 13:30 Synchronising with a violin duo
    Alan M. Wing, Dominic Ward, Ryan Stables, Jo Howe, Winnie Chua, Min Li, Kimberly Quinn
  • 13:50 Cross-cultural variation in sensorimotor synchronization with simple rhythms: A comparative tapping study
    R. Polak, N. Jacoby, T. Fischinger, D. Goldberg, A. Holzapfel, and J. London
  • 14:10 Vestibular-dependent inter-stimulus interval effects on sound evoked potentials of central origin: Implications for the perception of rhythm from a sensory-motor perspective.
    Neil Todd
  • 14:30 Effects of joint performance on synchronization accuracy to music
    Birgitta Burger, Manuel Varlet, Kate Stevens, Petri Toiviainen, Peter Keller

Coffee/Tea (14:50 – 15:30) [Parkside, L3]

Paper Session 5 – Movement (15:30 – 16:50) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Anne Giersch

  • 15:30 Linking music and dance through audiovisual rhythm perception
    Yi-Huang Su
  • 15.50 Live music increases intersubject synchronization of audience members’ brain rhythms
  • Molly J. Henry, Daniel J. Cameron, Dana Swarbick, Dan Bosnyak, Laurel Trainor, & Jessica A. Grahn
  • 16:10 Mind your step: Investigating step synchronisation with a virtual partner
    Omar Khan, Imran Ahmed, Josh Cottingham, Musa Rahhal, Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Mark T. Elliott
  • 16:30 Where is the beat in that note? Comparing methods for identifying the p-center of musical sounds
    Justin London, Kristian Nymoen, Marc Thompson, David Loberg Code, Anne Danielsen

**** 18:30 Evening Banquet, The Blue Piano ****

Wednesday 5th July, 2017

Coffee/Tea (09:00 – 09:30) [Parkside, L3]

Keynote 1 (9:30 – 10:30) [Parkside, P350]

  • Peter Keller -MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University

Coffee/Tea (10:30 – 10:40) [Parkside, L3]

Paper Session 6 – Brain (10:40 – 12:00) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Peter Keller

  • 10:40 Animacy and multisensory processing for the enhancement of visual rhythm perception
    Nadia Paraskevoudi, Argiro Vatakis
  • 11:0 Interpersonal synchrony enhanced through 20 Hz phase-coupled dual brain stimulation
    Giacomo Novembre, Günther Knoblich, Laura Dunne, Peter E. Keller
  • 11:20 Perceived grouping in auditory rhythms: How do we know when one sequence ends and another begins?
    Lauren Amick, Audrey Drotos, Sarah Dec, Shay Robison, J. Devin McAuley
  • 11:40 Rhythmic Perceptual Priors Revealed by Iterated Reproduction
    Nori Jacoby, Josh H. McDermott

Poster session 3 (12:00 – 13:30)Lunch (12:30 – 13:30) [Curzon Lecture Theatre L0]

  • Phase Correction Responses in Sensorimotor Synchronisation and Reading Ability
    Emma Birkett
  • Musical long-term training and auditory deviance detection
    Francesca Perna, Francesco Pavani, Veronica Mazza
  • Investigating beat perception and sensorimotor synchronisation in people with and without Parkinson’s disease comparing metronome and naturalistic music in three modalities
    Dawn Rose, L. Annett and P. Lovatt
  • Does training in choral singing affect prosody imitation?
    Caterina Petrone, Daria D’Alessandro and Simone Falk
  • Behavioural Dynamics of Learning a Novel Movement
    Daniel P Leach, Andrew D Wilson
  • Duration-based timing induced neuronal entrainment during sensorimotor synchronization to irregular stimuli
    Michael De Pretto, C. E. James
  • Cortical activity in response to rhythmic speech patterns: a comparison of children with specific language impairment and children with typical development
    Brett Myers, Kacie Dunham, Kylie Korsnack, Reyna Gordon
  • Investigating the effect of beat strength and sound envelope on neural entrainment to rhythmic stimuli
    Aaron Gibbings, Molly Henry and Jessica Grahn

Paper Session 7 – Speech and Pathology (13:30 – 14:50) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Jessica Grahn

  • 13:30 Sense of time continuity and sequential effects at the ms level: patients with schizophrenia show the way
    Anne Giersch, Thomas Schwitzer, Vincent Laprévote, Nicolas Franck, Brice Martin, Laurence Lalanne
  • 13:50 Syllables, segments and speech tempo perception
    Leendert Plug, Rachel Smith
  • 14:10 Audio-visual rhythm in political charisma
    Tamara Rathcke, Hiroyuki Tanaka
  • 14:30 Age-related rhythmic variations: an investigation on Zurich German
    Elisa Pellegrino, Lei He, Natalie Giroud, Martin Meyer, Volker Dellwo

Tea/Coffee (14:50 – 15:30) [Parkside, L3]

Paper Session 8 – Sensorimotor (15:30 – 17:10) [Parkside, P350]
Chair: Mathew Rodger

  • 15:30 Infant Spontaneous Motor Tempo: Relationships with age, body size and parental body size.
    Sinead Rocha
  • 15:50 Manipulating runner’s cadence with music
    L. Damm, E. Van Dyck, B. Moens, J. Buhmann, M. Leman, D. Varoqui, S. Dalla Bella and B.G. Bardy
  • 16:10 Perception, not muscle homology, makes coordination more stable
    Arianne Azmoodah, Andrew D Wilson
  • 16:30 Post-Stimulus Response Modulation as Evidence for the Oscillatory Entrainment Model
    Moran Aharoni, Matthias M. Müller, Erich Schröger
  • 16:50 Music-Induced Synchrony and Social Affiliation in Tango
    Olivia Xin Wen, Joshua Bamford, Birgitta Burger, Vivian Zayas, Petri Toiviainen