[PD] [PD-announce] SPECIAL ISSUE - Musica Hodie & The 16th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music

Luiz Naveda lab.naveda at gmail.com
Fri May 5 21:37:36 CEST 2017

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SPECIAL ISSUE - Musica Hodie & The 16th Brazilian Symposium on
Computer Music: “Contributions of sound and music computing to musical
and artistic knowledge”
Guest Editors: Damián Keller, Luiz Naveda, Rogério Costa

SBCM 2017 - The 16th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music
São Paulo, Brazil, September 3-6, 2017

We are glad to inform that the journal Musica Hodie will publish a
selection of contributions of the SBCM 2017. Authors of the selected
contributions will be invited to submit extended versions of the
original text to a special issue on “Contributions of sound and music
computing to musical and artistic knowledge”. We invite all authors to
discuss the mutual influences that reshape the fields of computer
music research and the knowledge of music, sound, and art. All
accepted contributions (full papers, posters, and music submissions)
will be considered for the special issue during the double-blind
peer-review process. It is important to emphasize that this 2nd
selection will require complete and extended articles in relation to
the works submitted to the SBCM. More details, deadlines, the schedule
related to the special issue will be published on the conference

About Musica Hodie

The Musica Hodie Journal is a bi-annual publication hosted by the
School of Music and Drama of the Federal University of Goiás (Brazil)
since 2001. The journal is indexed in the Web of Science, RILM –
International Repertory of Music Literature, Arts & Humanity Index,
EBSCO, and CAPES-Qualis (A1). The publication promotes contributions
in the areas of musical performance and interfaces, composition and
information technologies, music education, music and
interdisciplinarity, music therapy, sonic languages, semiotics and
musicology. More information at

About SBCM 2017

The Brazilian Symposia on Computer Music are thriving and exciting
venues for sharing ideas about recent developments in the fields of
computer music, sound and music computing, music information
retrieval, computational musicology, multimedia performance and many
other things related to art, science, and technology. We would like to
invite you to contribute to and participate in this event, which will
take place at the beautiful campus of the University of São Paulo,
Brazil, from September 3rd to September 6th 2017. This year's Keynote
Speakers are Xavier Serra (Director of the Music Technology Group at
the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona), Emilios Cambouropoulos
(Member of the Cognitive and Computational Musicology Group at the
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) and Damián Keller (Founder of
the Amazon Center for Music Research at the Federal University of
Acre). During the event, participants will also have the opportunity
to attend to oral presentations of music and technical papers, poster
discussion sessions, discussion panels and concerts, and will have
plenty of opportunities to interact and discuss collaborations with
other participants.

Contributions may take the form of full papers, posters, and art, as
described in the Instructions for Authors [1]. Full papers, which may
be technically or musically focused, are expected to present original
research, communicated in oral presentations. Music papers are
expected to deal with actual instances of music or sound art pieces,
which shall be included in the submission. Posters, which are
accompanied by extended abstracts and may also be technically or
musically focused (with accompanying music pieces), are expected to
bring ongoing research open to debate and contributions from
participants during specific gatherings. Art can take the form of
compositions, performances, installations or objects, which shall be
presented either in concerts or exhibition rooms; artistic pieces are
also required to be accompanied by extended abstracts, describing how
art, science, and technology come together in the creative process.
All papers and extended abstracts will be included in the electronic
proceedings, which become freely available in the SBCM homepage [2].

Important Dates:
May 20th: Deadline for Papers, Posters and Music submissions
June 30th: Notifications of accepted submissions
July 7th: Author registration deadline / Early-bird registration deadline
July 14th: Camera-ready accepted submissions deadline

Please feel free to contact us [3] with any questions you may have.

We hope to see you all in São Paulo!

The SBCM 2017 Organizing Committee

[1] Instructions for Authors:
[2] SBCM Homepage: http://compmus.ime.usp.br/sbcm/
[3] Contact page: http://compmus.ime.usp.br/sbcm/2017/contact-us

Luiz Naveda
Professor of Musicology
School of Music - State University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)
http://edu.naveda.info (academic work, in Portuguese)



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