Program

Program

The academic program will include keynote lectures, oral/poster presentations, symposia, demonstrations and workshops.

The conference covers a wide range of topics related to music perception and cognition: acoustics and psychoacoustics, aesthetics, application, attention, biology, cognition, cognitive and computational models, composition, cross-cultural studies, cross-modal studies, cross-species studies, development, embodied cognition, emotion, environment, evolution, genetics, harmony, improvisation, individual difference, language and music, learning, memory, movement, musicality, perception, performance, personality, pitch, physiology, probability, prediction, rhythm, singing, technology, therapy, timbre, well-being and health.

A more detailed program will be updated in due time.