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Conception et implémentation d'applications musicales innovantes pour les nouvelles technologies multimédia

Conception et implémentation d'applications musicales innovantes pour les nouvelles technologies multimédia

(Design and Implementation of Innovative Musical Applications for New Multimedia Technologies)

Proposition de thèse

SpécialitéInformatique temps réel, robotique et automatique - Fontainebleau
Ecole doctoraleSMI - Sciences des Métiers de l'Ingénieur
Directeur de thèseJOUVELOT Pierre
Unité de rechercheMathématiques et Systèmes
ContactPierre JOUVELOT
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Mots-clésinformatique musicale, traitement du signal audio, e-santé, e-éducation
computer music, audio signal processing, e-health, e-education
RésuméThe MINES ParisTech Centre de recherche en informatique, CRI, has been working over the last few years on designing and implementing innovative applications for new multimedia technologies, in particular related to music. These research activities have always been initiated in close collaboration with experts from the application domains, and are intended to lead to the development and validation of prototypes. Up to now, these systems have targeted education (in music theory), instrument practice (for jazz improvisation), music therapy (for ADHD and Alzheimer patients) and audio signal processing.
These developments linking music and technological applications are based on both theoretical and technical foundations. Conceptual notions used in the past included motivation theories or metapsychological analytical frameworks; computing-related technologies used in these applications were online software videogame artifacts (Wiimotes, game engines) or proof assistants (Coq). CRI is one of the first French research institutions to have worked on Serious Games, videogames that focus not only on fun but also useful outcomes.

The goal of the proposed PhD research is to (1) extend the exploration of application domains already addressed in previous projects, either with existing partners or new ones, (2) look at new promising application domains that could profit from the use of new technologies for music or sound.

The research project should ideally strive to address both theoretical (new domain or in-depth exploration of previous ones, formal frameworks providing insights on specific issues and linking music and application,…) and technical (design and implementation of software environments, validation tests, domain specific languages…).
The MINES ParisTech Centre de recherche en informatique, CRI, has been working over the last few years on designing and implementing innovative applications for new multimedia technologies, in particular related to music. These research activities have always been initiated in close collaboration with experts from the application domains, and are intended to lead to the development and validation of prototypes. Up to now, these systems have targeted education (in music theory), instrument practice (for jazz improvisation), music therapy (for ADHD and Alzheimer patients) and audio signal processing.
These developments linking music and technological applications are based on both theoretical and technical foundations. Conceptual notions used in the past included motivation theories or metapsychological analytical frameworks; computing-related technologies used in these applications were online software videogame artifacts (Wiimotes, game engines) or proof assistants (Coq). CRI is one of the first French research institutions to have worked on Serious Games, videogames that focus not only on fun but also useful outcomes.

The goal of the proposed PhD research is to (1) extend the exploration of application domains already addressed in previous projects, either with existing partners or new ones, (2) look at new promising application domains that could profit from the use of new technologies for music or sound.

The research project should ideally strive to address both theoretical (new domain or in-depth exploration of previous ones, formal frameworks providing insights on specific issues and linking music and application,Â…) and technical (design and implementation of software environments, validation tests, domain specific languagesÂ…).
ContexteNouvelles technologies
EncadrementPierre Jouvelot, CRI, Centre de recherche en informatique
Profil candidatThe PhD candidate must have a good understanding of multimedia computer science technologies, and a strong interest for music applications or sound processing. Practical knowledge of software development is required, as is a curious mind challenged by issues linking multiple domains. An appetite for videogames would be an asset.

Please send a CV, a motivation letter, the list of grades for your last academic year and 1 or 2 recommendation letters.
ObjectifInnovation
Références- Gallego Arias, E., Hermant, O., and Jouvelot P. A Taste of Sound Reasoning in Faust. Linux Audio Conference, Mainz, Apr.2015
- Wargnier, P., Malaisé, A., Jacquemot, J., Benveniste, S., Jouvelot, P., Pino, M., and Rigaud, A.-S. Towards Attention Monitoring of Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment During Interaction with an Embodied Conversational Agent. 3rd International Workshop on Virtual and Augmented Assistive Technology, Arles, Mar.2015
- Benveniste, S., Jouvelot, P., Pin, B., and Pequignot, R. The MINWii Project: Renarcissization of Patients Suffering from Alzheimer's Disease Through Video Game-Based Music Therapy. Entertainment Computing, vol. 3, no. 4, Elsevier, Dec.2012
Type financementConcours pour un contrat doctoral

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