PhD Thesis Defense

Congratulations to two of our PhD students Olivier Capra and Cagan Arslan who defended their thesis on the following subjects :

  • Olivier Capra : The experience of spectators of digital interactions : Benefits of visual augmentations and the role of attributed agency in electronic music performances
  • Cagan Arslan : Doing more without more : Data fusion in Human Computer Interaction

MINT @ NIME 2020

Members of MINT will be presenting recent research at the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference 2020.
It should have taken place in Birmingham, UK, but is finally organised as a virtual online-only conference : https://nime2020.bcu.ac.uk/

The papers are :

A workshop will also be organised by Florent Berthaut and his colleague Luke Dahl from the University of Virginia, USA, on the bf-pd musical collaboration framework and interface : http://bf-collab.net/