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February 2012, Page 3

Digital Humanities: Where Digital Technology and Music Collide

The sotonDH seminar as part of multidisciplinary research week was really good. This year we focused on DH and Music. Lots of interesting speakers. Here are a few of my tweets from the day. Details of the event Ben Oliver talking about cochlear implants and music at Southampton multidisiciplinary research week #sotonde bit.ly/yJv6c9— Graeme Earl (@GraemeEarl) February 8, 2012 Radiohead's Philip Selway involved in cool bit. Continue reading →

Visit to centre for e-research Leipzig

Last week Matteo Romanello and myself visited Marco B├╝chler and his colleagues in the eTraces project, based in Leipzig. We were introduced to the fascinating work on the interface between computer science and the Humanities done by the eTraces team and also got the opportunity to present our own work. Here some info about the eTraces project: Be it science or the everyday life - our language contains numerous trails of our cultural legacy in the form of winged words and quotations. Continue reading →

Digital Humanities: Where Digital Technology and Music Collide

Come and hear how our music researchers exploit digital technology within performance, musicology and composition. For example, creating interactive systems aiding music rehabilitation for cochlear implant patients. Presenters:┬áProfessor Jeanice Brooks,┬áDr Andrew Pinnock,┬áDr Richard Polfreman,┬áDr David Bretherton┬áand┬áDr Ben Oliver After the presentations visitors will be invited to try out some of the systems for themselves and view the posters. Refreshments will be available. Continue reading →