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The Live Coding and Collaboration symposium will take place in the
University of Birmingham UK, on the 26th September 2014, preceded by a
doctoral consortium on the 25th.

All are welcome to attend, and registration is now open via our website:
  http://www.livecodenetwork.org/collaboration/

Accepted papers and demos:

* Pam Burnard, Franziska Florack, Alan Blackwell, Sam Aaron, Carrie
Anne Philbin, Jane Stott and Stephen Morris. Identifying learning
through coding music using Sonic Pi: perceptions of and collaborations
between artists, computer scientists, teachers and the young
adolescent learner
* Tom Hall. Live digital notations for collaborative music performance
* Andre Damiao and Flavio Luiz Schiavoni. Streaming objects and strings
* Scott Wilson, Norah Lorway, Xenia Pestova, Konstantinos Vasilakos
and Martin Ozvold. PianoCode: Music for Live Coding Networked Music
Ensemble and Improvising Pianist (demo)
* Jessica Rodríguez and Rolando Rodríguez. LiveCoding Readings:
Algorithm viewed as a text
* Sang Won Lee and Georg Essl. Models and Opportunities for Networked
Live Coding
* Alex McLean. Reflections on live coding collaboration

If you are a research students and wish to attend the doctoral day
prior to the symposium, please get in touch.

The Live Coding Research Network runs through 2014 and 2015, funded by
the Arts and Humanities Research council. Amongst other events we are
planning a symposium on Live Coding and Education in Cambridge in
January 2105, and an international conference in Leeds in summer 2015.

For more information please see:
  http://www.livecodenetwork.org/

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