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Thu, 22 Apr 2010 16:48:32 +1000
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New Interfaces for Musical Expression++
University of Technology Sydney, Australia

June 15-18 2010

The University of Technology Sydney will host the New Interfaces for 
Musical Expression++ (NIME) international conference June 15-18, 2010. 
NIME 2010 will feature:

- Paper presentations on a broad range of topics related to expression, 
particularly musical expression;

- A series of concerts and club night performances;

- Hands-on demo and poster sessions; and

- An exhibition of interactive artworks.

We are particularly pleased that the NIME 2010 keynote speakers will be 
the pioneer of cyborg art, Stelarc, and composer, performer and 
instrument builder, Nic Collins.

On Tuesday June 15, NIME will feature a range of half and full-day 
tutorials and workshops including:

- Hardware Hacking: Nicolas Collins

- NIME Primer: An Overview of the First Ten Years: Sidney Fels and 
Michael Lyons

- Impromptu Live Coding Tutorial: Andrew Sorensen

- Instrument Design, the next generation: musical concepts: Dick Rijken, 
Takuro Lippit, Kristina Andersen

- I-CubeX sensor products: Axel Mulder

- Hands on Speech and Singing Synthesis: Nicolas d'Alessandro and Sidney 

- AudioMulch Tutorial: Ross Bencina

- iPhone Instrument Design: Nicholas J. Bryan, Jorge Herrera, Jieun Oh, 
Luke Dahl and Ge Wang

There is still time to register for NIME 2010 at the early bird 
registration rate of AU$450 (students $250).  To register go to:

and select 'Register & Scholarships'.  Early bird registrations close 
May 1, 2010.

We look forward to your participation in NIME 2010!

NIME 2010 is sponsored by the University of Technology Sydney faculties 
of Engineering and IT; Design, Architecture and Building; and Arts and 
Social Sciences, as well as the Centre for Human-Centred Technology Design.
Dr. Andrew Johnston
School of Software
Faculty of Engineering and IT
University of Technology, Sydney
PO Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007, Australia
Ph. +61 2 9514 4497 Fax: +61 2 9514 4492
Room 10.04.341

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