Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
International Research Visitors
Visits of International Scientists
Miller S. Puckette is a professor of computer music in University of California San Diego (UCSD) and author of Max and PureData real-time programming environments for interactive arts. He participated in May 2012 in the MuTant Real-time Multimedia Computing Seminars (available on the web) and contributed to the team's knowledge of multimedia real-time scheduling challenges and paradigms.
James McCartney is a senior researcher in Apple Core Audio project and author of the audio synthesis and algorithmic composition programming environment SuperCollider. He visited MUTANT in November 2012 and participated in the MuTant Real-time Multimedia Computing Seminars (available on the web). He is interested in robust scheduling of heterogeneous computing for real-time multimedia applications.
David Rizo is lecturer at the University of Alicante, Spain. He is interested in music information retrieval and classification of musical genres by combining audio and symbolic descriptors. He visited MuTant in March 2012 and participated in a session of the MaMux seminar dedicated to trees and hierarchical structures in computer music.
Masahiko Sakai is a professor at the University of Nagoya and director of the Sakabe/Sakai computer science laboratory of the department of computer science and mathematical informatics of Nagoya University. He visited MuTant in April 2012.
Yoshiharu Kojima is an research fellow of the Japan society for the promotion of science. He has made a two months post-doctoral visit in MuTant in October and November 2012 on the application of term rewriting techniques to the formalization of musical processes, under the institutional program for young researchers overseas visits of the graduate school of information science at Nagoya University.