Workshop Topics

The pdf version of the call for contributions is available here.

We encourage submissions including, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • pedagogical frameworks and approaches
  • studies of motor / physical skills necessary to play particular instruments
  • experimental methodologies
  • datasets of motion recordings during music playing
  • techniques for extraction of multimodal features from a music performance
  • biomechanical models
  • computational models of the technical quality of a motor performance
  • techniques and computational models for assessment of risks of injuries
  • techniques for generating feedback to support music instrument learning
  • case-studies
  • systems and applications
  • A special issue of a journal based on selected contributions from the workshop is planned.

    Electronic Submission
    We invite the submission of one-page abstracts, following the NIME 2017 template (please see here). The workshop encompasses both oral presentations and demos with accompanying poster. Contributions should be sent to and will be reviewed by the workshop chairs.