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Intérêt principal (principal interest)
Liturgie, Théorie musicale, Manuscrits (paléographie)
Présentation: travaux et (ou) intérêts (Presentation: works and (or) interests)
Je suis un ancien étudiant de Paris 4 (thèse sur les cithares-planche médiévales), aujourd'hui associé au projet anr Musiconis (Paris-Sorbonne/Poitiers)
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Call for papers, Musiconis Conference, 11, 12, and 13 June 2015 in Chartres

Posted on November 18, 2014 at 10:37 0 Comments

The visual representation of speech, sound, and noise from Antiquity to the Renaissance

The Musiconis conference will take into account the conveyance of sound through all types of visual representation, whether figurative, mathematical, graphic, calligraphic, epigraphic, coloristic, ornamental, compositional, substantive or other means. The conference presentations may address all visual media, from…


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At 10:27 on July 9, 2014, J Craig-McFeely said…

Dear Xavier,

I wonder if this job advertisement might be of interest to you?

Best wishes,


Postdoctoral Research Assistant - Linked Data and Music

Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford

Vacancy ID :


We are seeking a Research Associate working on the Semantic Web and

Linked Data technologies for application in the domain of music

consumption and production, specifically for the SLoBR and FAST

projects. These projects share a common purpose in the development and

application of Linked Data to all stages in the digital music lifecycle.

SLoBR (Semantic Linking of BBC Radio: Programme Data and Early Music), a

joint project with the Centre and Goldsmiths University of London and

the BBC, will use linked data to combine musicological research data

with programme information from the BBC early music show and external

resources such as DBpedia. The project will focus on the use and

consumption of this data, developing a web based User Interface (UI) for

navigating related information in the context of Early Music Show

content and generalising these approaches into tools for similar data

reduction, visualisation and exploration problems in linked data., the

project will involve liaison with musicology specialists at our partner

institution and travel to the BBC in London for regular collaboration

sessions. The EPSRC funded FAST (Fusing Semantic and Audio Technologies

for Intelligent Music Production and Consumption) will pursue radical

innovations amidst challenges driven by the practical needs of end-users

throughout the music industry, with exciting proof-of-concept

demonstrators that collectively form an intelligent music information

infrastructure and include the application of state of the art signal

processing and Semantic Web techniques.

This is a fixed-term post for 2 years in the first instance.

For full details see:



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