NEMISIG (North East Music Information Special Interest Group) is a yearly informal workshop which brings together researchers from various institutions in the Northeastern United States who work on music information retrieval. The meeting provides a space for open discussion of new ideas and intends to foster intercollegiate collaboration.
Come ready to rock with a song, a band, or any other music idea that you want to perform. We will have guitars, a bass, a banjo, a keyboard, amps, a drum set, hand drums, a PA system, and a house band to help make your DIY rock dreams come true. Don't play... come socialize upstairs while enjoying a warm winter libation.
HAMR (Highlighting Audio and Music Researchathon) is an event which applies the hackathon model to the development of new techniques for analyzing, processing, and synthesizing audio and music signals. HAMR provides a space for individuals from various institutions, backgrounds, and experience levels to test out novel ideas as opposed to finishing a polished project and paper.
Colin Raffel, Jiaming Liu, Tad Shull, Dawen Liang, Minshu Zhan, Cyril Gaudefroy, Nick Patterson
Josh Moore, Thorsten Joachims, Carol Krumhansel, Olivia Wen, Erin Isbilen, Shane Moore, Julia Klein
Mike Casey, Andy Sarroff, Parag Mital
Youngmoo Kim, Brandon Morton, Mike Caro, David Rosen
David Temperley, He Ren, Adam Waller
Doug Turnbull, Laurence Welch, Chris Perez, Matt Kercher, Kris Stensland, Ali Akhtar, Vincenzo Sicurella, Crystal Peebles, Luke Waldner, Jimmy Wang, Dan Kustin, Deniz Arkali
Andrew Horwitz, Ling-Xiao Yang, Andrew Hankinson
Eric J. Humphrey, Courtenay Cotton, Alex Weisberger
Juan Bello, Brian McFee, Zhiguang Zhang, Rachel Bittner, Justin Salamon, Jon Forsyth, Michelle Auyoung, Michael Musick, Finn Upham, Tae Hong Park
Zhiyao Duan, Nina Bose, David Heid, Yuanzhong Zheng, Andrea Cogliati, Yichi Zhang, Ibrahim Akbar, Hanqing Wen, Shumin Xu, Bochen Li
Garth Griffin, Alex Cannon