Several IDMIL members have participated in this year’s special digital edition of the annual CCOB-COBS Student Symposium. The event is co-organized by three music research centers in Montreal: the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT), l’Observatoire interdisciplinaire de création et de recherche en musique (OICRM), and the International Laboratory for Brain, Music, and Sound Research (BRAMS).
The CIRMMT-OICRM-BRAMS Student Symposium (COBS) is an inter-university, interdisciplinary event open to all that gathers members from the three research centres around the theme “Transdisciplinarities: Redefining perspectives in music research.” Due to COVID-19, this year’s edition takes place virtually in the form of a website, hosting slide and poster presentations of current student research.
IDMIL researchers and associates are represented with the following presentations:
- “The Bionic Harp” – John Sullivan
- “Between design, composition and performance: expanding and embedding a high-level gesture vocabulary for the T-Stick” – Eduardo Meneses and Takuto Fukuda
- “The Haptic Tutor” – Ajin Tom and Martin Daigle
- “Towards a real-time chaotic digital musical instrument based on a nonlinear physical system” – Matt Skarha
The full symposium program can be seen at: http://www.ccob-cobs.org/