I’m looking forward to what they’ve got in store. I wish I could have gone this year but it was not to be. Some of the stuff on the itinerary looks really interesting. Especially MoGMI: Mobile Gesture Music Instrument. So I guess we’ll have to wait for whatever output comes over the next few days.

DAY 1 – MAY 13th
PAPERS_01

13:30 • Caressing the skin: Mobile devices and bodily engagement
Franziska Schroeder
Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen´s University Belfast, Belfast, UK

14:00 • MoGMI: Mobile Gesture Music Instrument
Amnon Dekel and Gilly Dekel
The Hebrew University Jerusalem,
The selim and Rachel Benin School of Computer Science and Engineering, Israel

14:30-15:00 • Coffee break
PERFORMANCES_01
15:00 • Transit
Spat_lab
Department of digital Arts, University of applied arts vienna, Austria

15:30 • Craving
Bernhard Garnicnig and Gottfried Haider
Department of digital Arts, University of applied arts vienna, Austria

INSTALLATIONS
16:00 -17:00 • Digital Claiming
Spat_Lab
Department of digital Arts, University of applied arts vienna, Austria

DAY 2 – MAY 14th
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
10:00 – 12:00
• Mobile Tangible Interfaces as Gestural Instruments
Fares Kayali, Martin Pichlmair and Peter Kotik
Institut of Design & Assessment of Technology, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

• An Augmented Reality Framework for Wireless Mobile Performance
Mike Wozniewski, Nicolas Bouillot and Jeremy R. Cooperstock
Centre for Intelligent Machines, McGill University Montreal Quebec, Canada
Zack Settel
Universite de Montreal Montreal Quebec, Canada

• undersound and the Above Ground
Arianna Bassoli
ISIG, London School of Economics, London, UK
Johanna Brewer
Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, UC Irvine, UK
Karen Martin
The Barlett School of Graduate Studies, London, UK
Iacopo Carreras, David Tacconi
CREATE-NET, Italy

• Soundfishing
Claudio Midolo
Communication Design and Technology – Parson the new school, New York City, USA

12:00-13:30 • Lunch

PAPERS_02
13:30 • Some Challenges Related to Music and Movement in Mobile Music Technology
Alexander Refsum Jensenius
Department of Musciology, University of Oslo, Norway

14:00 • Real time synaesthetic Sonification of Travelling Landscape
Tim Pohle and Peter Knees
Department of Computational Perception, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

14:30-15:00 • Coffee break

PERFORMANCES_02
15:00 • Tango Intervention Vienna
Lawrence Robert

16:00 • IMPROVe: mobile Phone sound improvisation
Richard Widerberg

16:30 • Collaborative Musical Games with PhonePlay
Knowles Joshua

17:00 • Framework
Arnold Haberl, Klaus Filip, Silvia Faessler, Nicolaj Kirisits

19:00 • Community – dinner at EXPEDIT http://www.expedit.net/

DAY 3 – MAY 15th

HANDS-ON SESSIONS

10:00 – 12:00
• Richard Widerberg IMPROVe
• Yollande Harris Sun Run Sun
• Steve Symony muio Interface

12:00 – 13:30 • Lunch

PAPERS_03

13:30 • Developments and Challenges turning Mobile Phones into Generic music Performance Platforms
Georg Essl and Michael Rohs
Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, TU Berlin, Germany
Ge Wag
Center for Computer Research in Music And Acoustic, Standford University Standford CA, USA

14:00 • A typology for Listening in Place
Pedro Rebelo, Matt Green and Florian Hollerweger
Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen´s University Belfast, Belfast, UK

14:30-15:00 • Coffee break

CLOSING SESSION – PANEL DEBATE

15:00 – 17:00

CLOSING PARTY

19:00 – … • CONCERTS

20:00 • SPRINGFIELD RVL-003
Jan Perschy, Robert Mathy and Merlin Wyschka

20:30 • taus
Tim Blechman and Klaus Filip

21:00 • Institute for transacoustic research [Iftaf]
Nikolaus Gansterer, Matthias Meinharter, Jörg Piringer and Ernst Reitermayer

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