The submission system for the 7th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis is now OPEN!
The 7th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis will take place in Malaga, Spain, 14-16 June 2017. This International Workshop brings together researchers from the field of ethnomusicology and the field of computational and analytical musicology (http://fma2017.uma.es )
FMA 2017 will provide the attendants with a fantastic forum to share research, thoughts, needs and discoveries between ethno-musicologists, musicians, librarians, students, museum curators, computer science experts and music information retrieval researchers to foster the creation of cross-disciplinary collaborative networks and the development of new interdisciplinary tools, methods techniques and ideas to promote the enrichment of music, specially folk music and the
preservation and dissemination of World's musical cultural heritage.
FMA 2017 will feature a great Program that includes:
http://fma2017.uma.es/callfortutorial.html (Tutorial proposal deadline February 15, 2017)
* Oral and poster presentation of research papers.
http://fma2017.uma.es/callforpapers.html (Paper submission deadline March 13, 2017)
* Demo session.
http://fma2017.uma.es/callfordemos.html (Late breaking and demos submission deadline April 24, 2017)
* Keynote speakers.
Submissions for all categories are welcome. All research papers (both abstracts and full papers) will be peer-reviewed.
The conference venue will be the Green Ray Building at Universidad de Malaga.
FMA 2017 will not only offer interesting papers, posters, tutorials, etc., it also aims at giving the participants an unforgettable stay. The social program will provide participants with an opportunity to relax after meetings, to experience Malaga, and to network with other FMA 2017 participants. The social program will include a gala dinner and typical folklore from Andalucia. You will find soon more details at http://fma2017.uma.es/socialprogram.html
You can follow the updates in Twitter @FolkMusic2017 (https://twitter.com/FolkMusic2017)
Hope to see you all in Malaga!
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF PORTO
The course schedule will be updated regularly and at this moment i can be subject of changes. It will be a 5-days course and each day will be fully dedicated to a single unit (6h/day):
1.- Complex Fluids and Rheology in Microfluidics (Monday - 6h)
2.- Fabrication techniques in Microfluidics (Tuesday - 6h)
3.- Fluid-Flow characterization in Microfluidics (Wednesday - 6h)
4.- Numerical Simulations in Microfluidics (Thursday - 6h)
5.- Optimization in Microfluidics (Friday - 6h)
The afternoon sessions will be a sort of hands-on/clinic workshop, that is, selected participants will expose in a 10-minutes presentation their practical problems related to the unit of the day, their problems will be analyzed and they will receive feedback from the professors and the rest of the participants. The submission of an abstract explaining the problem to be presented is therefore encouraged at the moment of the registration.