Welcome to 2015 FMA workshop


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15-17 June 2016 in Dublin IRELAND




The FMA workshop is intended for exchanging information that advances our understanding of oral tradition music and their importance in cultural events. The goal is to encourage interdisciplinary approaches to solve technical problems related to the study of ethnomusicology, especially the use of relevant sensors to get audio-video recordings from in-situ observations, the development of new theoretical approaches to analyze these recordings and the proposition of tools to be used for musical studies.

The FMA workshop was held at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, in Paris, FRANCE


Please download here the FMA 2015 Official Proceedings


Important dates:

  • January 1st: Opening for extended abstract submission
  • March 29 April 26: New Deadline for extended abstract submissions
  • April 19 May 10: Decisions for extended abstract submissions
  • May 17 May 31: Deadline for submission of revised abstract or full paper
  • May 17 May 31: Deadline for early registration and author registration
  • June 10: Deadline for registration
  • June 10, 11, and 12: Workshop at the University UPMC (www.upmc.fr, Paris, FRANCE)

Scientific topics: The workshop will deal with musicology, ethnology and engineering sciences including signal processing, pattern recognition, applied mathematics.

  • Computational (ethno)musicology
  • Retrieval systems for non-western and folk musics
  • New methods for music transcription
  • Statistical approaches to music
  • Empirical approaches to music
  • Folk music classification systems
  • Models of oral transmission of music
  • Cognitive modelling of music
  • Aesthetics and related philosophical issues
  • Methodological issues
  • Representational issues and models
  • Audio and symbolic representations
  • Formal and computational music analysis
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