WiMIR Workshop 2019 RSVP
Hi there!

The WiMIR Workshop will take place on Sunday, 3rd November 2019 and is open to all members of the MIR community -- and it's free! This is the second one, and we'd love to see you there.

It will be a day of networking and developing early project ideas. It's the day before the main ISMIR conference, and will be held at the Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands. The workshop is presented by WiMIR and Spotify.

Please register by filling out this form with your information and what project you would like to work on! You can see a full list of projects and project guides here: https://wimir.wordpress.com/2019/06/26/wimir-workshop-2019-project-guides/

Please indicate which projects you are most interested in, and optionally tell us if there are any projects you really, really don't want to participate in. We'll assign folks to projects based on everyone's preferences!


(A quick word on privacy: we'll only use your data for the WiMIR Workshop. We won't share it with anyone, and will delete it if you want. There's a question below about posting your name and affiliation on the WiMIR Workshop website. Please be sure to tick this box if your institution needs proof of your attendance.)

Please don't hesitate to send questions to wimir.workshop@gmail.com, and thanks so much!


The WiMIR Workshop Organizing Committee

Blair Kaneshiro, Stanford University, USA
Katherine M. Kinnaird, Smith College, USA
Thor Kell, Spotify, USA
Jordan B. L. Smith, Queen Mary University of London, UK
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How interested are you in each project? *
Please read through the project descriptions before indicating your interest! https://wimir.wordpress.com/2019/06/26/wimir-workshop-2019-project-guides/
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Amélie Anglade and Ryan Groves - Auto-BeatSaber: Generating New Content for VR Music Games
Ashley Burgoyne - Cognitive MIR with the Eurovision Song Contest
Estefanía Cano and Jakob Abeßer - Learning about Music with MIR
Matthew Davies and Sebastian Böck - Building and Evaluating a Musical Audio Beat Tracking System
Georgi Dzhambazov - Verse and Chorus Detection of Acoustic Cover Versions
Brian McFee - Coping with Bias in Audio Embeddings
Peter Sobot - Software Engineering for Machine Learners (and Drummers): Building Robust Applications with Audio Data
Bob Sturm - Computer-Guided Analysis of Computer-Generated Music Corpora
Chris Tralie - To What Extent Do Cyclic Inconsistencies Exist in Musical Preferences?
TJ Tsai: Generating Music by Superimposing and Adapting Existing Audio Tracks
Gissel Velarde - Music Research for Good
Eva Zangerle - Multi-Dimensional User Models for MIR
Are there any projects you absolutely DO NOT want to participate in?
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