Music Mind Machine in Sheffield
Music Mind Machine in Sheffield continues the tradition of the successful interdisciplinary research group “Music Mind Machine” to combine expertise and methodologies from music theory, psychology and computer science to investigate cognitive processes underlying the perception and performance of music. The research centre promotes interdisciplinary research on music by fostering communication between researchers and students with varying backgrounds, by supporting experimental and computational research facilities, and by creating an active research environment with opportunities for researchers (to be) at any stage of their career. The unifying denominator is the aim to improve insight in music as perceived, performed and experienced through state of the art methodologies, focusing on research with a potential for applications.
News and events 2012-13
15 October 2013 Symposium: Learning to hear music again with a cochlear implant
8-11 July 2013 International Summer School on Musical Understanding.
6 June 2013 Research Seminars on Linguistic and cross-modal influences on the experience of sounds
5-7 June 2013 Research visit of Zohar Eitan, Roni Granot, Daniel Casasanto and Peter Walker.
29 January & 1 February 2013 Seminars on Cross-modal associations with music.
28 January – 4 February 2013 Research visit of Zohar Eitan and Roni Granot.
27 November 2012 Music Mind Machine in Sheffield Launch Event.
14-15 September 2012 Stephanie Bramley, Stephanie Pitts and Renee Timmers present at SEMPRE 40th Anniversary Conference.
|Directors||Associated staff members
||Associated student members
|Dr Renee Timmers||Dr Guy Brown||Stephanie Bramley|
|Dr Nicola Dibben||Dr Harriet Cook||Barbora Novakova|
|Dr Adrian Moore||Yuko Morimoto|
|Dr Richard Rowe||Andrea Schiavio|
|Dr Simon Tucker||Theresa Veltri|
|Prof Lawrence Parsons|