10th edition of the Science and Music Day: Saturday, October 9, 2021
The JSM [Journée Science et Musique] is a scientific and festive immersion through conferences, workshops and stands in the research and new technologies of music and sounds.
On Saturday, October 9, 2021, the 10th edition of the WSD invites you to make an extraordinary journey, a journey to the center of sound.
Are you familiar with phonantropy or ambisonics? Can you imagine being able to create unheard-of sounds with your voice, your hands and your mind? And do you know where C.A.M.I.L.L.E will take you?
Artists and scientists will take you to a new world where harmonic spaces and soundscapes will enchant you! You can even meet the animals of Saint-Saëns, or even the mermaid of Cagniard...
A whole program entirely free of charge which ends in the evening with an interlude and a concert.
Discover the event (website in french)
Event under sanitary condition in place
Young Researcher Award, send your application! (before 8 September)
Every year the Science and Music Day offers you the possibility to win the Young Researcher Prize.
Organized in partnership with the AFIM (Association Française d'Informatique Musicale), this prize rewards the work of a young researcher on the theme Science and Music. Is your research on this theme? Your subject deals with computer science, signal processing, acoustics, psychoacoustics, musical interfaces, sound design, musicology, etc.?
Then do not hesitate to submit your application, before September 15!
The following are eligible to compete for the Prize
- Master 1 and Master 2 students,
- Doctoral students,
- Post-doctoral students who have defended their thesis less than 3 years ago,
- Holders of an engineering degree for less than 6 years, carrying out a research activity.
The prize will be awarded during the Science and Music Day, on Saturday, October 09, 2021.
For more information https://jsm.irisa.fr/prixjsm/
Winners 2019: Vincent Lostanlen, "Putting the chip in the ear" and Corentin Louboutin, "Multiscale and multidimensional modeling of musical structure"
The JSM is an event organized by a group of researchers from IRISA and Inria, driven by the desire to share their passion for music research.