eNTERFACE07 : workshop in biologically controlled audio-visual synthesis (Andrew Brouse )

Subject: eNTERFACE07 : workshop in biologically controlled audio-visual synthesis
From:    Andrew Brouse  <brouse@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 11 Apr 2007 15:37:41 -0400

eNTERFACE07 : workshop in biologically controlled audio-visual synthesis Dear Colleagues, This summer, the third eNTERFACE'07 summer workshop in multimodal human-computer interfaces will take place from July 16th-August 10th on the campus of Bogazici (Bosporus) University in Istanbul. The eNTERFACE summer workshops aim at establishing a tradition of collaborative, localized research and development by gathering together academics, researchers, and students - for a period of one month - to work on specific challenges relating to multimodal interfaces. For more information, please take a look at the web site: http://www.enterface.net/enterface07/ One of the projects this year proposes to continue previous research into the use of physiological signals (EEG, EMG, ECG etc.) to control digital sound and image synthesis processes. We plan to expand upon previous work into "Biologically-Driven Musical Instruments" by further investigating the - medical, scientific and aesthetic - uses of Brain-Computer Interfaces and other modes of biological control over computing machinery. For more detailed information on this project, please see the following: http://www.cmpe.boun.edu.tr/enterface07/callForProjects.php#p11 This workshop is funded by the European Union's SIMILAR (http://www.similar.cc/) Network of Excellence and participants only have to pay airfare and lodging costs, for which some grants may be available. Please indicate in your application if you wish to be considered for this additional funding. To submit an application for consideration, please send your CV and a short statement of interest which mentions your motivation for participating and the skills which you can bring to the project. Applications should be sent ASAP to: filatriau@xxxxxxxx and brouse@xxxxxxxx

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