[ 7. Juli 2014 ]

CALL – BCMI 2015 – 1st International Workshop on Brain-Computer Music Interfacing, Plymouth UK

Subject:BCMI 2015 – 1st International Workshop on Brain-Computer Music
Interfacing, Plymouth UK
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2014
From: Joel Eaton

Dear all,

(apologies for cross-posting)

We are very pleased to announce that we will be hosting the *1st
International Workshop on Brain-Computer Music Interfacing*, 15 June
2015 at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research
(ICCMR), Plymouth University UK.

* The workshop is a satellite of the 11th International Symposium on
Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research – CMMR 2015: Music, Mind,
and Embodiment, which will take place at Plymouth University,
Plymouth, UK, on 16-19 June 2015. Attendance to both events is
strongly encouraged. For more information on CMMR 2015 please visit

* The workshop will coincide with the publication of a new book by
Springer entitled Guide Brain-Computer Music Interfacing, edited by
Eduardo R. Miranda and Julien Castet.

* Prof David Rosenboom, the pioneer from CalArts, California Institute
of the Arts, is set to perform at the workshop and deliver a CMMR
2015 keynote

We are inviting submissions for papers, demo’s and performance pieces.
Submission deadline: 27th Feb 2015

Key topics of interest in this context include (but not necessarily
restricted to):

* Designing BCMI systems for harnessing of creative musical control
and expression
* Applications of hybrid neurotechnology, either integrating multiple
BCI techniques or combining BCI with external signals such as
bio-signals, gestural data, and other forms of control data
* Bridging the links between neurotechnology and acoustic music
* Key areas where BCMI technologies are brought out of the laboratory
environment and integrated with contemporary music technology in
professional and consumer platforms
* Creative strategies for mapping brainwaves to music
* Innovative methods of real-time classification of brainwaves for
music generation
* Novel methods of brainwave sonification to benefit understanding of
patterns in EEG for medical or artistic purposes

For more information and submission instructions please visit the
website at:


We look forward to seeing you there!
Eduardo Miranda
Joel Eaton

ICCMR, Plymouth University, UK