Marcelo Wanderley awarded a Francqui Chair at the University of Mons, Belgium

Prof. Marcelo Wanderley was awarded a Francqui Chair at the University of Mons, Belgium, by the Francqui Foundation.

He will present 5 lessons in October 2017 at the Numédiart Institute in Mons, when he will discuss several aspects of multidisciplinary research on music, science and technology.

Lesson Schedule:

  • Inaugural lecture, October 5: “Easier Said than Done”- On more than Two Decades of Applied Multidisciplinary Research Across Engineering, Science and Music
  • October 6: Human-Computer Interaction and Computer Music: Similarities, Differences and Opportunities for Cross-Fertilization
  • October 10: Digital Musical Instruments: Design of and Performance with New Interfaces for Musical Expression
  • October 11: Analysis of Performer Movements: Techniques and Applications
  • October 12: Creating Large-Scale Infrastructures for Multidisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology: The Case of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology, CIRMMT/McGill University

More information can be found here.