Call for papers
Last update: 17 November 2011
Welcome to the 1st international and
interdisciplinary conference MUSIC
AND TECHNOLOGIES held in
The main themes of the conference cover the general aspects of music communication via technologies and include music composition, performance, analysis, perception and cognition. The interdisciplinary combination of humanities and the sciences should be the focus of your presentation.
It is possible to participate as an active or passive participant. Active participants are invited to deliver a 20 minutes talk (with an additional 10 minutes for discussion); a poster presentation or a demonstration. Passive participants (making no presentations) are allowed to join all of the conference programme, i.e., the same as active participants.
Please send your abstract to the organizers by the 10th of September (extended) to the e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please specify in e-mail‘s subject line: [Family name] MT2011
The template of abstract is here.
After the notification of acceptance of your abstract, you can prepare the full text of your paper. The full text is optional and it will not influence onto your participation in the conference. The text should be sent by the 1st of October.
The template of the paper is here.
Abstracts will be published in the conference booklet. Full text papers will also be published in a separate conference proceedings.
A special workshop for students will be organized on 10th November, the day before the conference. The number of places for students is limited to 20. Priority will be given on a 'first come first served' basis.
The language of a conference and workshop is English.
The conference is directed by:
Darius Kučinskas, Ph. D.
Professor, Department of Audiovisual Arts Technologies, Kaunas University of Technology
Rytis Ambrazevičius, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Audiovisual Arts Technologies, Kaunas University of Technology;
Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre
Conference is partly sponsored by:
Kaunas University of Technology
Research Council of Lithuania
Some ideas of CIM and
ISMIR web-sites were applied in the preparation of this site.