LIMSI-CNRS and University Paris 11 Paris, France http://perso.limsi.fr/jacquemi/ Professor in computer sciences at Paris University 11 and researcher at LIMSI-CNRS, Christian Jacquemin (FR) has worked on several Arts/Sciences projects and has led and taken part in several workshops on the topic. He is especially interested in the realization of virtual and augmented reality projects for →
People at AOW 2011People who contributed to AOW 2011.
University of Sussex, UK http://www.informatics.sussex.ac.uk/users/nc81/ Nick Collins is a composer, performer and researcher in computer music. He lectures at the University of Sussex, running the music informatics degree programmes and research group. He co-edited the Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music (Cambridge University Press 2007) and The SuperCollider Book (MIT Press, 2011) and wrote the Introduction →
Ardiuno Developer, London Knowledge Lab London, UK http://www.brockcraft.com Brock is an Interaction Designer, artist, and specialist in Physical Computing and Information Visualization. He has taught numerous Arduino introduction courses at conferences and in Higher Education. He is a Lecturer in Physical Computing at Goldsmiths College, University of London and a Research Fellow at the Institute →
Bournemouth University, UK http://www.alainrenaud.net Alain is a lecturer in Music and Audio Technology at Bournemouth University, England and holds a PhD from the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His research focuses on the development of networked music performance systems with an emphasis on the creation of strategies to interact over a network →
Programmer, Engineer and Musician, Professor at Hochschule Anhalt Dessau, Germany http://www.carot.de/ Besides a practical training in programming and electrical engineering, Dr. Alexander Carôt has actively been playing bass and the NS-Chapman-Stick in several rock, pop and jazz ensembles. In 2004 he received a german engineering diploma within an interdisciplinary study program in order to combine →