City University is prominently featured in the upcoming British Library event “Digital Conversations” – with Tillman Weyde representing the Music Informatics Group and the Stephen Cottrell from the Music Department. Tillman will present the Digital Music Lab project which enables music research on big datasets.
Further speakers include Sandra Tuppen (A Big Data History of Music – British Library), Erinma Ochu ( Hooked on Music – University of Manchester), Simon Brown (Listening Experience Database – Royal College of Music), David Rowland (Listening Experience Database – Open University) and Mark Plumbley (Separation and Automatic Music Transcription – University of Surrey).
When: 21st May 2015, 6PM
Where: British Library
This Digital Conversation event will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of current ideas and existing projects in the field of digital music research. It will give participants the opportunity to share their ideas, experiences and opinions about the application of digital technology in musicological and performance research.
18.00 Drinks and Nibbles
18.15 Welcome by the Digital Research Team
18.20 Panel Discussion
19.35 Pause for Thoughts and Refill Glasses
19.45 Discussion with Audience
20.10 Closing Remarks