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Call for Participation: International Computer Music Conference 2006

2006-01-04

Tulane University and the Newcomb Department of Music are proud to announce the
open call for submissions to the ICMC 2006.000 The conference will be held on the
Tulane University campus in beautiful New Orleans Louisiana USA from November
6
(Society of Electro Acoustic Music in the US). The nature of the collaboration
is part of a larger theme of the 2006 ICMC conference – ?multidimensionality.?

It is our hope to represent the multidimensional and multi-faceted field of
computer music today through concerts installations paper sessions poster
sessions demonstrations workshops and exhibitions as well as many other
special events and many giveaways and prizes.

We are currently finishing up the official webpage with detailed information
regarding the ICMC 2006 which will be up early January 2006.

Hurricane Katrina and Rita have brought much destruction to New Orleans but we
are eager to move forward and excited about the future of New Orleans and hope
that you will be part of this great conference and great city! Laissez les bon
temps roulez!

Sincerely
Tae Hong Park ICMC 2006 Conference Chair

SUMMARY OF DEADLINE DATES:

- Music video art and installations: March 4 2006
– Papers demonstrations and posters: March 4 2006
– Workshop and roundtables proposals: April 7 2006
– Exhibition proposals: April 7 2006

CALL FOR MUSIC VIDEO ART AND INSTALLATIONS:

ICMC 2006 invites the submission of music video art and installations
reflecting the multidimensional aspect of computer music today. We will have at
least 8 channels for sound projection and a number of instrumental resources
available on site including a select number of traditional Korean instruments.
Please refer to conference webpage for details (webpage will be up early 2006).

Submission Information

For detailed submission information please consult the music submission
instructions page (webpage will be up early January 2006).

Deadlines
Works must be submitted online by March 4 2006.000
Applicants will be notified of results by June 5 2006.

Submission formats
To be announced on webpage.

CALL FOR PAPERS POSTERS AND DEMONSTRATIONS:

ICMC 2006 invites the submission of papers and posters examining aesthetic
compositional educational musicological scientific and technological
aspects of computer music and digital audio. The theme of this year’s
conference is multidimensionality and we especially encourage submissions on
this topic.

Submission Information

For detailed submission information please consult the paper submission
instructions page (webpage will be up early January 2006). We have provided
templates in LaTeX and Word formats. To help ensure consistency in the printed
conference proceedings the technical committee will only review submissions
that use the ICMC 2006 template.

Proposed and final papers must be submitted through the website. We
unfortunately cannot accept printed papers via postal mail.

Deadlines

Papers must be submitted online by March 4th 2006.

Applicants will be notified of acceptance or rejection of papers posters and
demonstration proposals by May 28th 2006.000 For accepted submissions the final
deadline for submission of camera-ready versions is June 23rd 2006.

Submission Types

Short Paper (4 pages maximum in Proceedings 20 min. presentation)
Long Paper (8 pages maximum in Proceedings 30 min. presentation)
Poster (4 pages maximum in Proceedings)
Studio Report (4 pages maximum in Proceedings 20 min. presentation)
Demonstration Notes (1 page in Proceedings 45 min. demonstration)

Authors who submit short or long papers can also suggest demonstrating their
work if appropriate. A separate submission of a demonstration note is not
required in this case.

Submitted papers posters and demonstrations may be accepted in a different
format than originally submitted.

Content Areas include but not limited to:
Digital Audio Signal Processing
Sound Synthesis and Analysis
Music Analysis
Music Information Retrieval
Representation and Models for Computer Music
Artificial Intelligence and Music
Languages for Computer Music
Printing and Optical Recognition of Music
Mathematical Music Theory
Psychoacoustics Music Perception and Cognition
Acoustics of Music
Aesthetics Philosophy and Criticism of Music
History of Electroacoustic Music
Computer Systems in Music Education
Composition Systems and Techniques
Interactive Performance Systems
Software and Hardware Systems
General and Miscellaneous Issues in Computer Music
Studio Reports

CALL FOR ROUNDTABLE PROPOSALS:

ICMC 2006 invites the submission of roundtable proposals to explore current and
emerging issues in computer music today. We are looking for topics including
issues addressing the friction between music and technology culture society
unsolved problems in computer music future directions pedagogy performance
and relevant topics.

Submission Information

Proposal should include title objective extended abstract including a summary
of the topics to be covered names and affiliations of up to a total of 5
panelists (this includes the panel chair) who have made a commitment to
participate short summary of panelists? position statements and proposed
panel duration. Please see website for details (website will be up early
January 2006).

Deadlines

Proposals must be submitted online by April 7 2006

Submission Information

For detailed submission information please consult the roundtable submission
instructions page (webpage will be up early January 2006).

CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS:

ICMC 2006 invites the submission of workshop proposals. The workshops should
ideally include a combination of practice and theory.

Submission Information

For detailed submission information please consult the workshop submission
instructions page (webpage will be up early January 2006).

Deadlines

April 7 2006

CALL FOR EXHIBITIONS:

ICMC 2006 invites the submission of exhibition proposals to showcase latest
products relevant to computer and electronic music digital audio and related
fields including software hardware educational tools performance interfaces
and other products of interest.

Submission Information

For detailed submission information please consult the exhibition submission
instructions page (webpage will be up early January 2006).

Deadlines

April 7 2006

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Tae Hong Park Conference Chair park@tulane.edu
Paul Botelho Music Chair pbotelho@princeton.edu
Georg Essl Paper Co-Chair Georg.Essl@telekom.de
Ichiro Fujinaga Paper Co-Chair ich@music.mcgill.ca

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