ATLAS Colloquium: Live Coding Using Crowdsourced Sounds and a Virtual Agent: State of Affairs and Implications for HCI Research
Join the ATLAS Brown Bag Series February 23, 2021 on Zoom to hear Anna Xambo’s talk, “Live Coding Using Crowdsourced Sounds and a Virtual Agent: State of Affairs and Implications for HCI Research.” Xambo is a researcher and musician with a background in computer science, social sciences and digital arts. She will be presenting research related to the EPSRC HDI Network Plus Grant project "MIRLCAuto: A Virtual Agent for Music Information Retrieval in Live Coding.”
Xambo studied HCI and music technology at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and completed her PhD in computer-supported collaboration on interactive tabletops for music performance at The Open University. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Music and Audio Technology at De Montfort University (Leicester, UK) and a member of the Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute of Sonic Creativity (MTI^2). Xambo’s research and practice focus on sound and music computing systems looking at novel approaches to collaborative, participatory, and live coding experiences.
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Tuesday, February 23 at 11:30am to 12:30pmVirtual Event