Dr. Igor Vatolkin

Room: 234
Phone: +49 231 755-7733
Fax: +49 231 755-7740
E-Mail: igor.vatolkintu-dortmund.de

Recent News

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04.2021: Paper on advancements in the AMUSE framework accepted for SIGIR 2021
03.2021: Paper on multi-objective feature selection for detection of specific boundaries accepted for GECCO 2021
03.2021: The program of SIGMA #48 on 15.03 is online
01.2021: Papers on multi-objective optimisation of music segmentation and combination of deep and shallow learning for genre recognition accepted for EvoMUSART 2021
01.2021: Software project "Music Informatics" will take place in summer term 2021
08.2020: Lecture "Music Data Analysis" will take place in winter term 2020/2021
08.2020: Software project "Music Informatics" will take place in winter term 2020/2021
07.2020: Two papers were presented at WCCI 2020: on evolutionary approximation of polyphonic signals and structural complexity features for genre recognition
05.2020: The program of SIGMA #47 on 19.06 is online
12.2019: Call for papers for GECCO 2020 in Cancun with Digital Entertainment Technologies and Arts (DETA) track
11.2019: The book Applications in Statistical Computing: From Music Data Analysis to Industrial Quality Improvement has been published
10.2019: Software project "Music Informatics" started in winter term 2019/2020
01.2019: Paper on evolutionary training set selection accepted for EvoMUSART 2019
01.2019: Call for papers for GECCO 2019 in Prague with Digital Entertainment Technologies and Arts (DETA) track
03.2018: Call for abstracts "Statistical Musicology" session @ ECDA 2018
02.2018: DFG-funded project Evolutionary optimisation for interpretable music segmentation and music categorisation based on discretised semantic metafeatures is started
01.2018: The next course on music data analysis based on the textbook Music Data Analysis: Foundations and Applications takes place at TU Dortmund, Department of Computer Science in summer term 2018 (see also the course web page from the last year)
01.2018: Test persons with basic skills in jazz and improvisation are searched for an experiment (1.5h/20€)
11.2016: The textbook C. Weihs, D. Jannach, I. Vatolkin, G. Rudolph (Eds.): Music Data Analysis: Foundations and Applications is published

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