[PD] [PD-announce] NIME 2020: Final Call

James Dooley James.Dooley at bcu.ac.uk
Wed Jan 22 22:32:54 CET 2020

FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2020, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, UK. DEADLINE FRIDAY 24TH JANUARY

We would like to invite you to be part of NIME 2020 – The International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. We welcome submissions of original research, both scientific and artistic. A non-exhaustive list of NIME-related topics is found below.


Original contributions are encouraged in, but not limited to, the following topics:

   Musical interfaces designed by/with disabled/neurodiverse musicians
   Musical interfaces in/as education
   Increasing musical choices for disabled musicians through new accessible interfaces
   Easier/cheaper approaches to the design of bespoke accessible instruments (that can be adapted to a user’s requirements), in a world dominated by mass production
   Strategies that improve the reach and replicability of one-off accessible instrument projects, particularly those that are unlikely to have full commercial potential
   Musical interfaces tailored to formally trained musicians
   Novel controllers, interfaces or instruments for musical expression
   Augmented, embedded and hyper instruments
   Technologies or systems for collaborative music-making
   Mobile music-making
   Music-related human-computer interaction and mapping strategies
   Sensor and actuator technologies, including haptics and force feedback devices
   Explorations of relationships between motion, gesture and music
   Evaluation and user studies of new interfaces for musical expression or commercially available “off the shelf” interfaces
   Musical robotics
   Interactive sound art and installations
   Performance rendering and generative algorithms
   Machine learning in musical performance
   Artificial intelligence and new interfaces for musical expression
   Web-based and/or telematic music performance
   Software frameworks, interface protocols, and data formats, for supporting musical interaction
   Historical, theoretical or philosophical discussions about designing or performing with new interfaces
   Supporting cultural diversity through musical interfaces
   Discussions about the artistic, cultural, and social impact of new interfaces
   Pedagogical perspectives or reports on student projects in the framework of NIME-related courses
   Practice-based research approaches/methodologies/criticism relating to the use of musical interfaces

Submissions can be made through the NIME submission portal: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/NIME2020/Submission/Index

Paper templates can be downloaded from: https://nime2020.bcu.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/NIME_Submission_Templates.zip

Important Dates

   24 January 2020: Paper, Poster, Music, Installation and Workshops submission deadline
   31 January 2020: Final submission upload deadline (no extension)
   15-22 March 2020: Notification of acceptances/rejections
   22 March 2020: Early Bird Registration Opens
   10 April 2020: Non-Paper Demo submission deadline
   15 April 2020: Camera-ready submission and presenter registration deadline
   30 April 2020: Early-bird registration deadline
   21 July 2020: Pre-conference workshops
   22-24 July 2020: The conference
   25 July 2020: The unconference

More information about the conference can be found at nime2020.bcu.ac.uk<http://nime2020.bcu.ac.uk/>

NIME 2020 Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Organising Committee

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