Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Matthew Davies – Sound and Music Computing Group, INESC TEC
Matthew Davies is a music information retrieval researcher with a background in digital signal processing. His main research interests include the analysis of rhythm in music, MIR evaluation methodology, creative-MIR, harmony, music therapy and reproducible research. Matthew coordinates the Sound and Music Computing Group in the Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia at INESC TEC.
Peter Keller – MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University
Peter Keller conducts research that is aimed at understanding the behavioural and brain bases of human interaction in musical contexts. His specific interests include the cognitive and motor processes that enable ensemble musicians to coordinate with one another. Peter has served as Editor of the interdisciplinary journal ‘Empirical Musicology Review’ (2010-2012) and as a member of the Editorial Board at ‘Advances in Cognitive Psychology’ (2005-2015). He is currently an Associate Editor at ‘Royal Society Open Science’ and a Consulting Editor for ‘Music Perception’ and ‘Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain’.
Sebastian Böck, Department of Computational Perception, Johannes Kepler University
Birgitta Burger, Finnish Centre for Interdisciplinary Music Research, University of Jyväskylä
Jason Hockman, Digital Media Technology Lab, Birmingham City University
Arnould Massart, Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles
Darren Rhodes, Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Sussex