Ubiquitous music
Ubiquitous music
Ubiquitous Music is an interdisciplinary research area that combines methodologies from music, computer science, education, creativity studies, human sciences and engineering. The Eleventh Workshop on Ubiquitous Music will be held on 6-8 September at CARA, Matosinhos, Portugal as a hybrid (online and on-site) format. Researchers working on ubiquitous music topics are invited to submit proposals, initial results and complete research projects. The workshop will adopt Portuguese, Spanish and English as working languages.
Ubiquitous Music
Ubiquitous Music
Ubiquitous Music is an interdisciplinary research area that combines methodologies from music, computer science, education, creativity studies, human sciences and engineering. The Eleventh Workshop on Ubiquitous Music will be held on 6-8 September at CARA, Matosinhos, Portugal as a hybrid (online and on-site) format. Researchers working on ubiquitous music topics are invited to submit proposals, initial results and complete research projects. The workshop will adopt Portuguese, Spanish and English as working languages.
Ubiquitous Music
Ubiquitous Music
Ubiquitous Music is an interdisciplinary research area that combines methodologies from music, computer science, education, creativity studies, human sciences and engineering. The Eleventh Workshop on Ubiquitous Music will be held on 6-8 September at CARA, Matosinhos, Portugal as a hybrid (online and on-site) format. Researchers working on ubiquitous music topics are invited to submit proposals, initial results and complete research projects. The workshop will adopt Portuguese, Spanish and English as working languages.

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Ubimus 2021

2021 Ubiquitous Music will take place at Cara, in Matosinhos, Porto - Portugal . Researchers working on topics related to ubiquitous music are invited to share proposals, initial results and complete research projects.

Important dates

Submission deadline: April 16, 2021 April 25, 2021
Notification of acceptance: June 4, 2021 June 13, 2021
Camera-ready deadline: July 2, 2021
Author registration deadline:July 2, 2021 July 16, 2021
Conference dates: September 6-8, 2021

Call for submissions

Ubiquitous Music and Everyday Creativity: Artistic, Educational and Computational Applications

Suggested topics (not exclusive)

• Ecologically grounded creative practice
• Ubimus approaches to web and mobile audio
• Everyday musical creativity
• Ubimus improvisation and comprovisation
• Ubiquitous, embedded and mobile computing in Ubimus
• The Internet of Musical Things (IoMusT), musical robotics and dew computing
• Collaborative and dialogic music practices in educational settings
• Lay-musician interaction
• Sonification, musication and auditory display in Ubimus
• Timbre interaction in Ubimus contexts
• Domestic Ubimus
• Computational creativity in Ubimus endeavours

Call for Papers

Please submit your research as full papers or short papers (work-in-progress), with a maximum of 12 and 4 pages, respectively, including references and acknowledgements. Papers may be written in English, Portuguese, or Spanish; should adhere strictly to the Ubimus template and submitted as a PDF. All submissions will be fully peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings and will be under consideration for special issues of the Claves Journal and the Handbook of Ubiquitous Music.

Call for Music

Please submit artistic proposals to be presented in the workshop venue and in the online programme. Works must feature a strong connection with the workshop topics. Extended abstracts of no more than 2 pages detailing the artistic submission should be written in either English, Portuguese or Spanish and submitted as PDF in Easychair using the Ubimus templates. Please clearly specify all requirements and setup time for the performance on a detailed technical rider. There are no a priori restrictions to the setup if the authors guarantee the necessary equipment (the venue will be equipped with a stereo sound system). Sonic materials and artistic media should be made available for download through a link to a cloud service. The artistic submissions are not anonymous.
Call for Papers is now open through April 16, 2021.
Submission page
Word (doc), Open Office (odt) and Latex (tex) templates are available. Please use the APA referencing style for references and citations.
Click here to download.

Program

A preprint of the proceedings is available here. Please do not share this version in any repositories. A definitive version of the proceedings will be published soon.

Author Registration

Please note that one registration per paper or music work is required in order for it to be included in the workshop program. Authors of any type of accepted submission who have not registered by the author registration deadline of 16th July, 2021 will have their submission removed. The registration fee for participating authors is 50€.

Students are exempt from this fee and should send an email with a scanned copy of their valid student identification card to ubimus2021@gmail.com, so that we can provide a promotional code to exempt the payment. Non-author registration instructions will be available on 16th July.

 

Organization

General chairs:
Gilberto Bernardes (University of Porto)
Damián Keller (NAP, Federal University of Acre)
Eduardo Magalhães (University of Porto)

Paper chairs:
Matthew Davies (University of Coimbra)
Marcello Messina (NAP, Federal University of Paraíba)

Music Chairs:
Rui Penha (Polytechnic Institute of Porto)
Ariane Stolfi (Federal University of Southern Bahia)
Luzilei Aliel (NAP, University of São Paulo)

Special sessions chairs:
Victor Lazzarini (Maynooth University)
Leandro Costalonga (Nescom, Federal University of Espirito Santo)
Guido Kramman (Technical University of Brandenburg)
Pedro Martins (University of Coimbra)

Technical support:
José Ricardo Barboza (University of Porto)
Luís Arandas (University of Porto)
Luís Aly (University of Porto)
Nádia Carvalho (University of Porto)
Pedro Sarmento (QMUL)

Venue

CARA

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