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StefanieACEVEDOPhD CandidateYale UniversityUSAhttp://www.stefanieacevedo.comcomputational analysis, experimental research, popular music, sonata theory, psychology/cognition, schemata
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KatAGRESResearch Scientist
Agency for Science, Technology and Research
Singaporehttp://www.katagres.com Music Cognition, Computational Modelling, Music technology
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AnnaALJANAKIPostdoctoral ResearcherUniversity of GenevaSwitzerland http://cvml.unige.ch/annaaljanakimusic emotion recognition, audio, deep learning
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ChristinaANAGNOSTOPOULOUAssistant ProfessorUniversity of AthensGreece
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AmélieANGLADEMIR Researcher and developer, PhD Independant consultantGermanyhttp://amelieanglade.net
music recommendation, automatic music categorization, audio fingerprinting. Anything involving innovation on the machine learning, information retrieval and software engineering side (rather than on the signal processing side).
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Ana MariaBARBANCHOAssociate ProfessorUniversidad de MálagaSpainhttp://webpersonal.uma.es/~ABP/music information retrieval, music transcription, voice transformation
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IsabelBARBANCHOFull ProfessorUniversidad de MálagaSpainhttp://webpersonal.uma.es/~IBP/ signal processing, music and audio content analysis, music transcription, musical acoustics, multimedia applications, serious games
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ChristineBAUERSenior Postdoc ResearcherJohannes Kepler University LinzAustriahttp://www.christinebauer.eumusic recommender systems, context-adaptive systems, user studies, questionnaires, qualitative content analysis, cultural differences, privacy
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SerafinaBECKPhD CandidateKU LeuvenBelgiumhttp://www.kuleuven.be/wieiswie/en/person/00064163OMR, Musicology
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AnaghaBIDKARPhD Candidate
Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharshtra
IndiaMusic signal content analysis, feature extraction, machine learning
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RachelBITTNERPhD CandidateNew York UniversityUSAhttp://steinhardt.nyu.edu/marl/people/bittnermelody extraction, pitch tracking, source separation
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DawnBLACKLecturer, PhDQueen Mary University of LondonUKhttps://www.linkedin.com/pub/dawn-black/29/752/b5bSinging voice processing, modelling and automatic classification (such as Chinese Opera Vocals)
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JeskaBUHMANNPhD CandidateIPEM, Ghent University Belgiumhttp://research.flw.ugent.be/en/jeska.buhmannMotivational quality of music; music analysis (periodicities if energy and pitch); music-movement alignment; developing user- and task-specific playlists
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Dolores CATHERINOComposerIndependent USA
http://dolorescatherino.com/EMC/EXPANDING_MUSICAL_CONSCIOUSNESS.html
music composer, polychromatic, microtonal, xenharmonic, avant-garde, electronic
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Yong JeonCHEONGPhD CandidateThe Ohio State University USARhythm processing
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ElaineCHEWFull Professor
Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London
UKwww.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/~enialemathematical and computational modeling, computational music structure analysis, music representation, music perception and cognition, musical prosody, ensemble interaction
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Ching-HuaCHUANAssistant ProfessorUniversity of North FloridaUSAhttp://www.unf.edu/~c.chuan/Site/Home.html
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MagdalenaCHUDY
MIR researcher, professional cellist, PhD
IndependentPolandmusic informatics, timbre acoustics and perception, instrumental gesture
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Débora CCORRÊAPostdoctoral ResearcherUniversity of São PauloBrasilhttp://www.icmc.usp.br/music classification; music visualization; audio fingerprinting; music recommendation; music similarity
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Sally JoCUNNINGHAMAssociate ProfessorUniversity of WaikatoNew Zealandhttp://www.cms.waikato.ac.nz/people/sallyjomachine learning, digital libraries, computer education and computer applications in textiles
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MichelleDANIELSSenior Software Engineer, PhDBose CorporationUSAhttps://ccrma.stanford.edu/~danielsm/beat tracking, tempo estimation, ensemble learning, machine listening, semantic audio, music retrieval
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KrystalDEMAINEAssociate ProfessorEndicott CollegeUSAhttp://www.endicott.edu/Undergrad/Visual-Perf-Arts.aspxMusic Therapy; Sensory Disorders and Music; Integrated Arts in Therapy
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Johanna C.DEVANEYAssistant ProfessorOhio State UniversityUSAhttp://jcdevaney.tumblr.com/intonation, singing
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Natalia DIAZ RODRIGUEZData Scientist Stitch Fix, San FranciscoUSAhttps://about.me/NataliaDiazRodriguezNLP, AI, Data Science, Knowledge Graph, Semantic Web, Fuzzy Logic, Python, Machine Learning
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KarinDRESSLERResearch Scientist, PhDGermany http://www.karindressler.de/melody extraction, multipitch estimation
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Mary KathleenERNSTPianistSelf EmployedUSAMaryKathleenErnst.comAmerican Women Composers
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Morwaread Mary
FARBOODAssistant ProfessorNew York UniversityUSAhttp://www.nyu.edu/projects/farbood/Music perception and cognition; computational modeling
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RebeccaFIEBRINKLecturer, PhDGoldsmiths, University of LondonUK
http://www.doc.gold.ac.uk/~mas01rf/Rebecca_Fiebrink_Goldsmiths
machine learning for real-time music/arts performance applications; machine learning + HCI
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BrandiFRISBIE
Data Scientist, Software Development Leadership Program
GE DigitalUSAhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brandi-frisbie-7157818a/Software development, data science, machine learning, music theory, clarinet performance, leadership, Industrial Internet and IoT
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EmiliaGÓMEZAssociate Professor
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Spainemiliagomez.com audio signal processing, music content description, pitch, melody, tonality, music similarity and classification, machine learning
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CatherineGUASTAVINOAssociate ProfessorMcGill University, MontrealCanadahttp://mil.mcgill.ca/?page_id=234
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MaraHELMUTHFull ProfessorUniversity of CincinnatiUSAhttp://www.marahelmuth.comanalysis, sonification, algorithmic composition, human computer interaction and interfaces
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Ariel HERBERT-VOSSPhD CandidateHarvard University USAdeep learning, music synthesis, generative machine learning models for audio/video
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DorienHERREMANSAssistant Professor
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Singaporehttp://dorienherremans.comautomatic music generation, deep learning, dance hit prediction, data mining, music and machine learning, computational models
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AlineHONINGHResearch Scientist, PhDUniversity of Amsterdam
The Netherlands
https://sites.google.com/site/ahoningh/home music informatics
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XiaoHUAssistant ProfessorHong Kong UniversityHong-Konghttp://web.edu.hku.hk/academic_staff.php?staffId=xiaoxhuData Mining, Information Retrieval, Digital Libraries, Organization of Information, Learning Analytics, Learning Technologies, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
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AnnaHUANGPhD CandidateHarvard UniversityUSA
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Yu-HuiHUANGPhD CandidateKU LeuvenBelgiumhttp://www.kuleuven.be/wieiswie/en/person/00100188OMR, Computer Vision, Machine Learning
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AndreaHUNTAssistant ProfessorImmaculata UniversityUSAhttp://www.immaculata.edu/ahuntEEG, Wearable EEG, Emotiv, Neuroguide
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BeritJANSSENPhD Candidate
Meertens Instituut / University of Amsterdam
The Netherlands
http://beritjanssen.com/folk song, melodies, pattern discovery, oral transmission
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YucongJIANGPhD CandidateIndiana University BloomingtonUSAmath, statistics, ML
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BlairKANESHIROResearch Scientist, PhDStanford UniversityUSAhttps://ccrma.stanford.edu/~blairbo/Neuroscience, EEG, music cognition, musical engagement
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Katherine M.KINNAIRDPostdoctoral ResearcherBrown UniversityUSASong Comparison Tasks, Machine Learning, Dimension Reduction
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KaterinaKOSTAPhD CandidateQueen Mary University of LondonUKwww.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/~ak323mathematics and computation in music performance analysis
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BozenaKOSTEKFull Professor
Audio Acoustics Laboratory, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications & Informatics, Gdansk Univ. of Technology
Polandhttp://www.audioacoustics.org/music informatics, music genre classification, music mood recgonition, perception-based approach to MIR
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AmandaKRAUSEResearch FellowUniversity of Melbourne Australiahttp://www.researchaboutlistening.com/ social and applied psychology of music, everyday listening
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NadineKROHERPhD CandidateUniversidad de SevillaSpain
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AnnaKRUSPEPhD CandidateFraunhofer IDMTGermany
http://www.idmt.fraunhofer.de/en/institute/doctorands/kruspe.html
speech recognition for singing (in particular language identification and keyword spotting); speech/music discrimination; genre and regional classification; emotion recognition
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Katy AbbottKVASNICALecturer in CompositionUniversity of MelbourneAustraliawww.katyabbott.comcompose: art music, vocal and choral music, chamber and orchestral music
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AudreyLAPLANTEAssociate ProfessorUniversité de Montréal Canadahttp://laplante.ebsi.umontreal.ca/music information practices, user studies, music indexing, social media
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MarthaLARSONAssistant ProfessorDelft University of Technology
The Netherlands
http://homepage.tudelft.nl/q22t4/recommender systems
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Jin HaLEEAssistant ProfessorUniversity of WashingtonUSAhttps://ischool.uw.edu/people/faculty/jinhaleeuser behavior, user interaction and experience, user-centered evaluation, cross-cultural studies
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FlorenceLEVÉAssistant ProfessorUniversité de Picardie, AmiensFrancesymbolic music analysis
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CynthiaLIEMAssistant ProfessorDelft University of Technology
The Netherlands
http://mmc.tudelft.nl/users/cynthia-liemmultimedia; performance analysis; music audiences
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BethLOGANUSA
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=nds_uywAAAAJ&hl=en
MFCCs, timbre, speech recognition, audio classification
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HannaLUKASHEVICH
Head of Semantic Music Technology Group
Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT
Germany
http://www.idmt.fraunhofer.de/en/institute/doctorands/lukashevich.html
Music Information Retrieval, Classification Tasks, Statistical Pattern Recognition, Data Mining
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WendyMAGEEProfessorTemple University, PhiladelphiaUSAhttps://www.temple.edu/boyer/about/people/wendymagee.aspMusic therapy; music technology; music and health; health; neurological conditions; evidence based practice; neurotechnology
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TeresaMARRIN NAKRAAssociate ProfessorThe College of New JerseyUSAwww.tcnj.edu/~nakra live music performance, signal processing
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HemaMURTHYFull ProfessorCSE, I.I.T. MadrasIndiasignal processing, machine learning
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JyotiNARANGMaster StudentGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUSAMIR, Machine Learning, Software Engineer, Vocalist, Synth Player
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MariaPANTELIPhD CandidateQueen Mary University of LondonUKmusic content description, rhythm, tonality, music similarity
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ÈvePOUDRIERAssistant ProfessorUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadahttp://som.sites.olt.ubc.ca/person/eve-poudrier/Rhythm/Meter theory, Twentieth Century music, cross-cultural musical practice, schenkerian studies, experimentation, database formation/analysis
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PolinaPROUTSKOVAPhD CandidateGoldsmiths, University of LondonUKhttp://goldsmiths.academia.edu/PolinaProutskova
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VidyaRANGASAYEELecturer San Jose State UniversityUSAMachine Learning, databases, Indian classical Music
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PreetiRAOFull ProfessorElectrical Engg., I.I.T. BombayIndiahttps://www.ee.iitb.ac.in/course/~daplab/signal processing, speech, audio
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LiseREGNIERResearch Scientist, PhDIRCAM, ParisFrance
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Eleanor SELFRIDGE-FIELDConsulting ProfessorStanford UniversityUSAhttps://profiles.stanford.edu/eleanor-selfridge-field symbolic musical data and analysis; search, similarity, style simulation
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Kitty Zhengshan
SHIPhD CandidateStanford UniversityUSAhttps://ccrma.stanford.edu/~kittyshiHuman-Computer Interaction, Expressive Performance, Pianoroll
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DianaSIWIAKPhD CandidateNew Zealand School of MusicNew Zealanddianasiwiak.com
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OlgaSLIZOVSKAIAPhD Candidate
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Spainaudio-visual music information retrieval, deep learning
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MariaSTELLASoftware Engineer Musimap S.A. Belgiumhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mstellatavellamir, audio, signal processing, data science, machine learning
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ArianeSTOLFIPhD CandidateUniversity of São PauloBrasilhttp://www.sonora.me/web audio, puredata, music interface design, interactive music, noise, experimental music, composer, sound art
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JessicaTHOMPSONPhD CandidateUniversity of Montreal Canadahttp://jessthompson.ca/
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MiTIANResearch Scientist, PhDQueen Mary University of LondonUKmusic structure, rhythm, timbre, Chinese music
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LeighVANHANDELAssociate ProfessorMichigan State UniversityUSAhttps://msu.edu/~lvh/empirical musicology, empirical music theory, rhythm, meter, digital humanities, Humdrum
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RebeccaVAUDREUIL
EdM, MT-BC (board-certified music therapist)
Americans for the Arts/National Endowment for the Arts
USAhttps://www.arts.gov/partnerships/creative-forcesMusic, Music therapy, music cognition, creative arts therapies, PTS, PTSD, Post traumatic growth, traumatic brain injury
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GisselVELARDEPhD CandidateAalborg UniversityDenmarkhttp://personprofil.aau.dk/profil/128103?lang=enComputational methods, Music analysis, Music representations, Music Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Computational creativity
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AmrutaVIDWANSMaster StudentGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUSAhttps://sites.google.com/site/amrutavidwans/ Music Information Retrieval, Signal Processing, Machine Learning
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T. P.VINUTHAPhD CandidateIITB, MumbaiIndiahttps://in.linkedin.com/in/vinutha-prasad-51081673Music Signal Processing for Rhythm
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AnjaVOLKAssistant ProfessorUtrecht University
The Netherlands
http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~fleis102/symbolic music analysis, computational music cognition, computational musicology, mathematical music theory, rhythm/meter, music similarity, segmentation
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AnnetteWHITEHEAD-PLEAUXAssistant ProfessorBerklee College of MusicUSAMusic Therapy & electronic music technology
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Iris YUPING RENPhD CandidateUtrecht University
The Netherlands
https://sites.google.com/site/irisyupingren/complex system, network model, pitch extraction, entropy, pattern discovery, computational creativity
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EvaZANGERLEPostdoctoral ResearcherUniversity of InnsbruckAustriawww.evazangerle.atMusic Information Retrieval, social media analysis, recommender systems
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HuiZHANGPhD CandidateZhejiang UniversityChinaMusic Emotion Computing
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