Together with my PhD student Thao and Prof. Gemma Roig (MIT/Frankfurt University), a new paper was published on "Multimodal Deep Models for Predicting Affective Responses Evoked by Movies" in the Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Computer Vision for Physiological Measurement as part of ICCV. Seoul, South Korea. 2019. A preprint is available here.
Today I gave a talk at the IEEE Conference on Games at Queen Mary University of London. The prototype game was developed as part of a UROP project led by Prof. Kat Agres (NUS), Prof. Simon Lui (Tencent), and myself (SUTD). Credits to the bulk of the development goes to Xuexuan Zhou!
The full game is described in our proceedings paper and the slides are available here:
A few months ago, Prof. Gemma Roig (PI, SUTD), Prof. Dorien Herremans (co-PI, SUTD), Dr. Kat Agres (co-PI, A*STAR) and Dr. Eran Gozy (co-PI, MIT, creator of Guitar Hero) got awarded a new grant from the International Design Center (joint research institute of MIT and SUTD) for 'An intelligent system for understanding and matching perceived emotion from video with music'. This is an exiting opportunity and the birth of our new Affective Computing Lab at SUTD that links the computer vision lab and AMAAI lab.
International Workshop on Deep Learning for Music
In conjunction with the 2017 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks
14-19 May (1 day), Anchorage
There has been tremendous interest in deep learning across many fields of study. Recently, these techniques have gained popularity in the field of music. Projects such as Magenta (Google's Brain Team's music generation project), Jukedeck and others testify to their potential.
The program for the Fifth Biennial Mathematics and Computation in Music Conference (22-25 June 2015, QMUL) is now online at mcm2015.qmul.ac.uk/?page_id=304. I would appreciate if you could publicise the event, especially the concerts, to students and staff throughout QMUL (and beyond if appropriate).
I will present a paper written by Matteo Balliauw, Dorien Herremans, Daniel Palhazi Cuervo and Kenneth Sörensen on "Generating fingerings for polyphonic piano music with a tabu search algorithm" at MCM2015:
The Fifth Biennial International Conference on Mathematics and Computation in Music (MCM2015) will be held on 22-25 June-2015 at Queen Mary University of London in the United Kingdom. MCM is the flagship conference of the Society for Mathematics and Computation in Music, whose official publication is the Journal of Mathematics and Music.
This year, the ANT/OR group organises the ORBEL conference. ORBEL29 is the 29th conference on Operations Research (OR), reuniting the Belgian research community on OR-related topics. ORBEL29 is about exchanging ideas and insights, by stimulating interaction and discussion. The host institution of this year's conference is the University of Antwerp. This vivid city is located on the banks of the River Scheldt, and home to one of the largest seaports in the world. The name Antwerp is synonymous with diamonds, culture, art, Rubens and fashion.