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Chris Nash

Senior Lecturer, Music Technology, University of the West of England


Biography:

Qualifications
BEng (Computer Science, York, UK)
MPhil (Music & Media Technologies, TCD, Eire)

Research Interests
human-computer interaction (HCI) in music, accessibility in music software, music notations, music technology, sound synthesis, music composition

Funding/Grants
Wingate Scholarship (2007-2009)

Key Publications

Conferences/Conference Presentations

  • AHRC ICT Collaborative Performance Technology workshop (2006, Cambridge, participant)
  • Language and Music as Cognitive Systems (2007, Cambridge, organisation support)
  • Sight of Sound: Intermedia (2007, CRASSH Cambridge, speaker)
  • New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) (2008, Genoa, speaker)
  • CREATOR Workshop (2008, Cambridge, participant)

Publications/Posters

  • “Realtime Representation and Gestural Control of Polytempi” in Proceedings of New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) 2008 conference, Genoa.
  • “Man, Machine and Music: Optimising Creativity in Computer Music”, Microsoft Research PhD Summer School 2007, Cambridge.