Contributions may take the form of full papers, posters, workshops, art or research group reports as described in the Instructions for Authors.

  • Full papers, which may be technically or musically focused, are expected to present original research, communicated in oral presentations. Technically focused papers are expected to deal with researches and outcomes involving subjects related to the broad territory of computer music. Musically focused papers are expected to deal with actual instances of music or sound art pieces, which must be included in the submission.</li>
  • Posters, which are accompanied by extended abstracts and may also be technically or musically focused (with accompanying music pieces), are expected to bring ongoing research open to debate and contributions from participants during specific gatherings.</li>
  • Workshops are hands-on events in which tutors can instruct other participants on either basic computer music-related or novel, state-of-the-art topics.</li>
  • Art can take the form of compositions, performances, installations or objects, which shall be presented either in concerts or exhibition rooms; artistic pieces are also required to be accompanied by extended abstracts, describing how art, science and technology come together in the creative process.</li>
  • Research group reports presenting the research activity in a laboratory, project, research team or any other kind of group work developed at Universities and Research Centers focused in computer music.

All papers will be included in the electronic proceedings, which become freely available in the SBCM homepage.

More information on the Instructions for authors page.