News

04-06-17 | Workshop on Machine Learning for Psychology Researchers

I (and two other tutors) gave a workshop on machine learning tools for psychology researchers and neuroscientists. Examples were given in Python, using sklearn and nilearn (neuroimaging analysis).

22-05-17 | Ars Electronica Award

The artistic performance on which I collaborated received the Award of Distinction at Ars Electronica 2017.

19-05-17 | Skill Learning & Interactive Music Tech. Workshop

I co-organised this workshop in Copenhagen, on May 15, 2017 as a satellite of the NIME 2017 conference. nime2017skills.netlify.com

04-17 | Long paper accepted at MOCO 2017

Our paper titled 'Individuality in Piano Performance Depends on Skill Learning' has been accepted at MOCO 2017 and will be presented in London end of June.

About

I am an interdisciplinary researcher investigating how machines can understand expressive human movements, how humans interact with them, and how both human and machine can collaborate in performance.

I am currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow at McGill University (Canada) and Ircam (France). At McGill University, I work between the Sequence Production Lab in the Department of Psychology and Input Devices and Music Interaction Lab in the Department of Music Technology. At IRCAM, I am with the {Sound Music Movement} Interaction group.

Current Project

My current (main) project aims to understand how practice fosters skill acquisition in expert performance, and how to design interactice technology facilitating learning. The project is supported by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action of the European Union - http://mim.ircam.fr

Contact

Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Music, Media & Technology (CIRMMT), 527 Sherbrooke Street West, Montréal QC H3A1E3, Canada
Email to ircam.fr or mcgill.ca