Informatique musicale : reflets d’Italie.

Informatique musicale : reflets d'Italie.

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15 octobre 2013
Informatique musicale : reflets d’Italie.
Conférence

Cnsmd de Lyon (salle d’ensemble) / Lyon (69)


La France et l’Italie entretiennent depuis longtemps une relation privilégiée dans le domaine des arts et en particulier dans celui de la musique. Nourris par les enjeux de la création contemporaine, ces liens ont également déployé leurs racines dans des collaborations scientifiques en informatique musicale. La conférence internationale Sound and Music Computing [SMC] est notamment le fruit de ces rapprochements entre la France et l’Italie. « Informatique musicale : reflets d’Italie » s’inscrit dans le cadre de « Suona Italiano » et vient consacrer l’important travail de collaboration entre les deux pays. Elle sera dédiée aux travaux de recherche menés dans le domaine de l’informatique musicale en Italie, en étroite relation avec les problématiques de la création artistique d’aujourd’hui.

 

Lieu : 
CNSMD
3, Quai Chauveau
69009 Lyon
Horaires : 9h30-12h30 14h30-17h
Métro : ligne D, station Valmy
Bus : arrêt Pont Koenig R.D : C14, 2, 19, 31, 40, 45
Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles.
Les communications seront en anglais.

Conférence organisée avec le soutien du Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, dans le cadre de Suona Italiano.

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Conférenciers invités

 

Daniele Ghisi

Né en Italie en 1984, Daniele Ghisi obtient sa licence en Mathématiques à l’Université de Milano-Bicocca avec la mention cum laude en 2006. Il débute ses études de Composition musicale en 1997 au Conservatoire « G. Donizetti » de Bergamo avec A. Colla, et poursuit son apprentissage avec S. Gervasoni. Il obtient en 2007 le prix de Composition mention cum laude à l’unanimité du jury et en 2008 celui de « J.S. Mayr » en tant que meilleur élève. En 2008-2009 il suit à Paris le « Cursus I en Composition et Informatique Musicale » à l’Ircam, où il revient en 2010-2011 pour la deuxième année. Par la suite il participe, depuis 2004, à plusieurs séminaires de Composition avec Pierluigi Billone, Alessandro Solbiati, Azio Corghi, Helmut Lachenmann ; également l’IEMA avec George Benjamin et l’Ensemble Modern (Frankfurt, 2005), la session de Composition Voix Nouvelles avec Brian Ferneyhough, Michael Jarrell, François Paris (Royaumont, 2006). Il revient à Royaumont en 2008/2009 pour la session Transforme. Il gagne plusieurs concours (« V. Bucchi », « O. Sindici », prix « Rotary », « F. Donatoni », « E. Ocon »), et reçois récemment les commandes du Ministère de la Culture (France), Divertimento Ensemble, Festival Play It, Royaumont, Festival Archipel, Texture Ensemble. En 2009-2010 il est compositeur en résidence à l’Akademie der Künste (Berlin), en 2011-2012 il est compositeur en résidence en Espagne, membre de l’Academie de France à Madrid – Casa de Velázquez. En 2012 il est « compositeur en recherche » à l’Ircam. Depuis 2010 il développe, avec le compositeur Andrea Agostini, la librairie pour la composition assistée par ordinateur « bach: automated composer’s helper ». Son premier opéra, « La notte poco prima della foresta » a été créée en septembre 2009, dans le cadre du festival MiTo (Milan). Avec le cycle de Lieder « abroad », crée au Festival Agora en 2011, il commence sa collaboration avec Casa Ricordi.

Plus d’information…
Projet Daniele Ghisi Composer

Pietro Polotti

Professor of Music Informatics at the Conservatory of Music “G. Tartini” in Trieste, Italy, he studied piano, composition and electronic music, attaining the corresponding diplomas in the Conservatories of Trieste, Milan and Venice, respectively. He has a degree in physics from the University of Trieste. In 2002, he obtained a Ph.D. in Communication Systems from the EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland) with a thesis on a new method for sound synthesis based on wavelet transforms, denominated Fractal Additive Synthesis. Since 2004, he has been collaborating with the University of Verona as sound designer within various European projects such as NIW (Natural Interactive Walking − www.niwproject.eu), CLOSED (Closing the Loop Of Sound Evaluation and Design − closed.ircam.fr) and others. During the last years, his interests moved from digital sound processing towards sonic interaction design and interactive arts focused on sound. He is part of the Gamelunch group − www.soundobject.org/BasicSID/Gamelunch. In 2008, he started with Maurizio Goina the EGGS project (Elementary Gestalts for Gesture Sonification − www.visualsonic.eu).

Plus d’information…
  Conservatorio di musica « G. Tartini » di Trieste

Davide Rocchesso

Davide Rocchesso received the Laurea in Ingegneria Elettronica degree from the University of Padova, Italy in 1992, and the Ph.D. degree from the same university in 1996. In 1994 and 1995 he was visiting scholar at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University. Since 1991 he has been collaborating with the Centro di Sonologia Computazionale (CSC) at the University of Padova as a researcher and live-electronics designer. Between 1998 and 2006 he was with the Computer Science Department at the University of Verona, Italy, as an Assistant and Associate Professor. Since 2006 he has been with the Iuav University of Venice, as Associate Professor. He is member of the Faculty Committee of the PhD programme in Computer Science of the University Ca’ Foscari in Venice. He has been teaching several classes in the areas of sound processing, operating systems, computer graphics, interaction design, and programming. He taught classes at the graduate level at the Universities Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona, Catholic University of Porto, and at TKK in Helsinki. D. Rocchesso has been President of the Associazione di Informatica Musicale Italiana (AIMI – Italian computer music association) and member of the AIMI board. He collaborated with composers for music productions and with companies for the design of digital musical instruments and for sonification projects. He has been the coordinator of project IST 2000-25287 (SOb – the Sounding Object), and local coordinator of the project NEST 29085 (CLOSED – Closing the Loop Of Sound Evaluation and Design) and of the Coordination Action IST-FET 2004-03773 (S2S^2 – Sound-to-Sense; Sense-to-Sound). He has been the Chair of the COST Action IC-0601 (SID – Sonic Interaction Design). He organized the International Conference on Digital Audio Effects in the year 2000. He authored or co-authored over 150 publications in scientific journals, books, and conferences.

Plus d’information…
  IUAV University Venice

Antonio Camurri

Antonio Camurri (Genova, 1959; ’84 Master Degree in Electric Engineering; 1991 PhD in Computer Engineering) is Associate Professor at DIST-University of Genova (Faculty of Engineering), where he teaches « Human Computer Interaction » and « Multimodal Systems » (Master Degree on Computer Engineering). His research interests include multimodal interfaces, computational models of non-verbal expressive gesture, emotion and KANSEI information processing, non-verbal social behavior, sound and music computing, multimodal interactive systems for theatre, music, dance, museums, and for therapy and rehabilitation. Founder and scientific director of InfoMus Lab and of Casa Paganini – InfoMus Research Centre of University of Genoa (www.casapaganini.org), he coordinates and is local project manager of several European Projects in FP5 IST, FP6, CRAFT, FP7 ICT, Culture 2007. Owner of patents on software and multimedia systems, he is responsible for University of Genoa of industry contracts. With collegues at InfoMus Lab, he conceived and designed the EyesWeb research project and software platform (www.eyesweb.org). The multimodal software platform EyesWeb, conceived, designed, and developed by Casa Paganini-InfoMus, is adopted by thousands of users worldwide for scientific research, education, and industry applications. EyesWeb was selected by INTEL in 2008 for their hardware for independent living. Antonio Camurri is member of the Executive Committee of the IEEE CS Tech. Committee on Computer Generated Music, founding member of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence, Associate Editor of Journal of New Music Research (Taylor & Francis); chairman and member of scientific committees at many international conferences and workshops, EU Summer Schools, Co-Editor of the special issue of IEEE Multimedia on « Multisensory Communication and Experience through Multimedia », co-director with Prof Lamneck of the one-month education project « New York University Summer Program on music, dance and new tecnologies » in 2004, 2005, and 2006. He is author of more than 180 scientific publications in peer reviewed international conferences and journals.

Plus d’information…
  Casa Paganini

Michele Tadini

Après des études de guitare, composition et musique électronique au Conservatoire de Milan, Michele Tadini se perfectionne auprès de Franco Donatoni, participe aux cours d’été de Darmstadt et effectue un stage à l’Ircam. Il a co-dirigé le centre de production, recherche et expérimentation musicale AGON à Milan aux côtés de Luca Francesconi de 1990 à 2003, ainsi que le Centro Tempo Reale de Florence. Il est actuellement coordinateur et professeur à l’Istituto di Ricerca Musicale – IRMus de l’Accademia Internazionale della Musica de Milan et professeur de composition et informatique musicale au CNSMD de Lyon. Michele Tadini collabore avec des artistes d’horizons divers et compose aussi bien pour le théâtre, la danse et la vidéo que pour la radio, la télévision et le cinéma. Il participe également à l’élaboration d’installations interactives. En 2008, il remporte le Prix Italia avec son opéra radiophonique La Musica nascosta. Sa musique est interprétée dans de nombreux festivals en Europe, en Amérique et au Japon.

Plus d’information…
  La Terza Luce

Giovanni De Poli

Giovanni De Poli is an full professor of Computer Science at the Department of Electronics and Computer Science of the University of Padova, where he teaches classes of « Data Structures and Algorithms » and « Sound and Music Computing ». He is the Director of the Centro di Sonologia Computazionale (CSC) of the University of Padova and Chairman of Laurea in Computer Engineering. He is a member of the Executive Committee (ExCom) of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Generated Music, member of the board of Directors of AIMI (Associazione Italiana di Informatica Musicale), member of the board of Directors of CIARM (Centro Interuniversitario di Acustica e Ricerca Musicale), member of the Scientific Committee of ACROE (Institut National Politechnique Grenoble), Associate Editor of the international Journal of New Music Research. His main research interests are in algorithms for sound synthesis and analysis, models for expressiveness in music, multimedia systems and human-computer interaction, preservation and restoration of audio documents. He is author of several scientific international publications, and served in the Scientific Committees of international conferences. He in involved in european research projects: COST G6 – Digital Audio Effects (National Coordinator); MEGA IST Project – Multisensory Expressive Gesture Applications (Local Coordinator); MOSART IHP Network (Local Coordinator). Systems and research developed in his Lab have been exploited in collaboration with digital musical intruments industry (GeneralMusic). He is owner of patents on digital music instruments.

Plus d’information…
  Sound and Music Computing Group


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Réservation : 04 72 07 37 00

Adresse
Cnsmd de Lyon (salle d’ensemble)
3 Quai Chauveau
69009 Lyon
France
T. 04 72 19 26 26
Métro D : Station Valmy – Bus C14, 19, 31, 40 : Arrêt Pt Koenig RD