Tejaswinee Kelkar will defend her dissertation "Computational Analysis of Melodic Contour and Body Movement".
Master Tejaswinee Kelkar ved Institutt for musikkvitenskap vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.: Computational Analysis of Melodic Contour and Body Movement.
Music is seen as the most immaterial of the arts, and recorded music as a progress of dematerialization—an evolution from physical discs to invisible digits. In Decomposed, Kyle Devine offers another perspective.
PhD student Scott Bannister from Durham University (UK) will have a talk on Two Types of Musical Chills: Theories of Vigilance and Social Bonding.
Velkommen til åpne eksamenskonserter med masterstudenter fra Institutt for musikkvitenskap på Victoria Nasjonal Jazzscene: mandag 2. og mandag 9. desember. Dørene åpner kl. 19.00, og konserten begynner kl. 19.30.
RITMO will host a workshop by Daniel Quintana on Heart rate variability: physiology, methodology and experimental possibilities
In today’s Food & Paper talk Jo Fougner Skaansar will go through the main research questions and findings from the study "Microtiming and Mental Effort: Onset Asynchronies in Musical Rhythm Modulate Pupil Size" by Skaansar, Laeng & Danielsen. The article will be published in Music Perception in December 2019.