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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
International Conference on NEW INTERFACES FOR MUSICAL EXPRESSION

NIME04

Date: June 3-5, 2004

Location: Shizuoka University of Art and Culture
          Hamamatsu, Japan (Japan's City of Musical Instruments)

http://www.nime.org

Papers
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The conference organizing committee invites the submission of research
papers, reports, and posters on topics related to new musical controllers
including, but not restricted to:

- Design reports on novel controllers and interfaces for musical expression
- Surveys of past work and/or stimulating ideas for future research
- Performance experience reports on live performance and composition using
  novel controllers
- Controllers for virtuosic performers, novices, education and
entertainment
- Perceptual & cognitive issues in the design of musical controllers
- Music and motion and/or music and emotion
- Movement, visual and physical expression with sonic expressivity
- Musical mapping algorithms and intelligent controllers
- Novel controllers for collaborative performance
- Interface protocols (e.g. MIDI) and alternative controllers
- Artistic, cultural, and social impact of new performance interfaces
- Real-time gestural control in musical performance
- Mapping strategies and their influence on digital musical instrument
  design
- Sensor and actuator technologies for musical applications
- Haptic and force feedback devices for musical control
- Real-time software tools and interactive systems
- Pedagogical applications of new interfaces - Courses and curricula
- Performance rendering system (RENCON)
- Evaluation criteria for evaluating rendered music (RENCON)

Demos
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We encourage the submission of demos, either as part of papers and reports
or as standalone contributions.

Performances
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We encourage artists, performers and conference presenters to submit
proposals for performances and live demonstrations that employ new musical
controllers, novel interface concepts, and/or new mapping systems that can
be featured in the concert events.

Industrial Demos
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We invite industrial vendors to show products relating to new musical
interfaces.

Important Dates
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Performances:
    Performance proposals: January 31 2004
    Notification of acceptance: March 15 2004

Papers, reports, posters and demos:
    Research paper, report, poster, demo: January 31 2004
    Notification of acceptance: March 15 2004
    Final paper submission: April 15 2004

Early Registration
    March 31, 2004

Guidelines for preparing and submitting proposals and papers
for online submission are available at:

http://www.suac.net/NIME/NIME04/submission.html

Contact:
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

Good News!
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The Japan Foundation is officially supporting NIME04 as an international
conference. This means that it is possible to apply for travel support
to attend the conference.  If you are outside Japan, applications for
this funding must go through a Japan Foundation representatives in your
own country.  Please see the following link for more information and
how to find where to send your application in your country:

http://www.suac.net/NIME/NIME04/found.html

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