Welcome to SBCM 2005
10th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music


The Tenth Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music will be held in Belo Horizonte, capital of the state of Minas Gerais from 3rd to 6th of October, 2005.

The Brazilian Symposia are organized by NUCOM, the computer music branch of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC) and will be hosted by the Institute of Computing of the Catholic University of Minas Gerais.

There are key-note speeches by renowned researchers, paper sections, music papers, discussion panels and concerts. Researchers, composers, educators, manufacturers and all concerned with the interplay between music and technology are invited to submit work.


Invited Talk from Petri Toiviainen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
OpenMusic Workshop from Carlos Agon, Jean Bresson and Olivier Warusfel, IRCAM, France.

SBCM 2005: best student paper prize: one year subscription of the IRCAM's FORUM

We are happy to announce that we'll give a prize for the best student paper presented during SBCM. Papers that have a student as a major author are elegible. A small committee will select the best paper based on the final, camera-ready version that waso submitted through JEMS by August 29th. Two awards will be given: one for the best technical paper and another for the best music paper.

NEW: Event's full proceedings for download
To download individual papers, please reffer to the page of accepted papers

Important dates

June 17 Paper submissions due
July 29 Papers notification of acceptance
August 8 Short papers and Poster extended abstract submissions due
August 20 Short papers and Poster notification of acceptance
August 29 Camera-ready version of full papers due
September 2 Camera-ready version of short papers and poster due
October 3-6 SBCM'2005

Topics of Interest

The topics of this symposium include, but are not limited to:

  • Acoustics, Diffusion, Sonorization
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Life and Evolutionary Music Systems
  • Audio Hardware Design
  • Audio Digital Signal Processing
  • Computer Aided Music Analysis
  • Computer Aided Musical Education
  • Computer-Aided Musicology
  • Distributed Music
  • Internet and Web Applications
  • Music and Audio in Multimedia Systems and Applications
  • Music Data Structures and Representation
  • Music Information Retrieval
  • Music Notation, Printing, and Optical Recognition
  • Quality of Service for Audio
  • Psychoacoustics and Cognitive Modeling
  • Real-time Interactive Systems
  • Software Systems and Languages for Composition
  • Sound Synthesis