Juan Pampin and Mike McCrea travelled to Taipei to present a DXARTS concert as part of the 2011 International Workshop on Computer Music and Audio Technology (WOCMAT) in Taipei, Taiwan. Juan will give a keynote presentation on his work called Sound and Space: from the Auditory to the Corporeal.
2011 International Workshop on Computer Music and Audio Technology (WOCMAT 2011) welcomes Music and Paper Submissions which correspond to the computer music or audio technology related subjects. WOCMAT, established in 2005 at National Taiwan University, has been hosted annually by music, computer science or engineering departments/schools at various universities in Taiwan, and has gathered international researchers, scholars and renowned guests from both the music and technology domains. WOCMAT 2011 will be organized by the Music Digital Archives Center and the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Taiwan Normal University on December 2-4.
WOCMAT 2011 will invite world-renowned scholars to present their recent findings in music and research; the guests include Cort Lippe from the University of Buffalo, Marc Battier from the Paris Sorbonne University, Arshia Cont and Benoit Meudic from the IRCAM, Juan Pampin from the DXARTS at University of Washington, etc. The Workshop will consist of music performance, paper presentation, guest lecture and forum, and especially this year, it will collaborate with the Asian Composers League Music Festival and the Taiwan-France Orchid Project.
Music and Paper Submissions will go through a rigorous reviewing process supervised by both the Music and Technical Program Committee.