Speaker

Anne Lauber-Rönsberg TU Dresden (GER)

Anne Lauber-Rönsberg holds a Juniorprofessorship in Civil Law, Intellectual Property, Media and Data Protection Law at Technische Universität Dresden. Her research interests include the challenges for copyright law framework posed by digitisation, for example the digitisation of cultural heritage. She studied law at the universities of Passau, Heidelberg (First State Exam), Lausanne and Edinburgh (LL.M.), took the bar exam in Berlin and received her doctorate from the Law Faculty of the TU Dresden.



Barbara Wiermann SLUB Dresden (GER)

Barbara Wiermann studied musicology, philosophy and Romance languages and literature, and received her doctorate in 2003. She has worked at Bach Archive in Leipzig, was 2003-2014 head of the library of the “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” Academy of Music and Theatre Leipzig, and is involved in the NFDI4Culture initiative for digital musicology. Since 2015, she is Head of the Music Department of the Saxon State Library – Dresden State and University Library SLUB.



Bernhard Lutz Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (GER)

Bernhard Lutz studied musicology, medieval history and ethnology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. Since 2010, he works at the Bavarian State Library in various projects in the field of cataloguing, digitization and open access. Since 2017, he is research associate at the projects “Specialised Information Service for Musicology (musiconn)” and “Thermography of watermarks in Renaissance music manuscripts”.



Folkmar Hein emerit. Electronic Studio TU Berlin (GER)

Folkmar Hein graduated in Electronics at TU Berlin and finished his Tonmeister at Hochschule für Musik Berlin. From 1974 – 2009 he was head of Elektronisches Studio in Berlin, from 1991 – 1998 he was president of DEGEM. 1982 – 2010, he organized the INVENTIONEN festival in cooperation with DAAD, which focused on electroacoustic music / soundart. He received the Ehrenpreis des Deutschen Klangkunstpreises in 2010.



Franziska Heller Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF (GER) / University of Zurich (CH) 

Franziska Heller is Visiting Professor at the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF in Potsdam. She holds a Venia Legendi in Film and Media Studies (Privatdozentin), awarded by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of the University of Zurich. She obtained her PhD at the Ruhr-University Bochum in 2009. From 2008–2015 she has worked at the Department of Film Studies/University of Zurich on various research projects investigating the digitization of archival films. Besides numerous articles on film digitization practices, digital culture and film/media historiography, she is also the author of three monographs. 



Guillaume Boutard Université de Montréal (CAN)

Guillaume Boutard is an associate professor at Université de Montréal. His research interests include digital preservation/curation and creative process documentation. He holds a Ph.D. in Information Studies (McGill University), a M.Sc. in Computer Science and in Geophysics (UPMC-Paris VI), and worked at IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) as an engineer from 2001 to 2009.




Kevin Dahan De Montfort University Leicester (GB)

Kevin Dahan is Professor of Music Sciences at De Montfort University. He holds diplomas in classical piano and jazz guitar, as well as harmony, counterpoint, electroacoustic composition, and jazz arrangement – reflecting his need to stay in a constant contact with musical practice. He is currently investigating aspects of music cognition, developing tools for analysis and composition, experimenting with Brain-Computer Interfaces, researching archives of computer music, analysing recent trends in all genres of electronic music, composing, and finishing a book on musical time in relation with technology.



Lucas Bennett Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) (CH) 

Lucas Bennett studied musicology, German studies and music theory. He is a research associate at the Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology (ZhdK) and participates in numerous research projects, currently in “Performing Live Electronic Music – Technical and Aesthetical Challenges in the Digital Age” (2018-22). Bennett is lecturer at the Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences, and a member of the editorial board of the Schweizer Musikzeitung.


Serge Lemouton IRCAM Paris (F)

Since 1992, Serge Lemouton works as a computer music designer at IRCAM, collaborates with researchers to develop computer tools and has taken part in the production and public performances of numerous musical projects. He is currently working on score following systems, analysis of instrumental gesture and constraint programming for computer assisted composition. His current research work leads him to study the transmission and preservation of the computer music repertoire.


Seth Cluett Colombia University (USA)

Seth Cluett is a composer, artist, and writer whose work has been presented and performed internationally at venues such as The Whitney Museum, MoMA/PS1, STEIM, and GRM. Cluett is Assistant Director of the Computer Music Center and Sound Art Program at Columbia University and Artist-in-Residence at Nokia Bell Labs.



TaeHong Park New York University (USA)

Tae Hong Park began as a researcher engineer in the area of digital communication and musical synthesizers at LG Electronics in Seoul, Korea. He holds B.Eng., M.A., M.F.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Korea University, Dartmouth College, and Princeton University. Park is chief architect of Citygram – a comprehensive, real-time, scalable, and cost-effective sound-mapping project based on fixed and crowd sourced sensor network paradigms – which has been funded by IBM, Google, and NYU CUSP. He is Associate Professor at NYU Steinhardt’s Music Technology program, Music Audio Research Lab, and the Composition program.

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