The annual Conference of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) is the world's leading research forum on processing, searching, organizing and accessing music-related data. The revolution in music distribution and storage brought about by digital technology has fueled tremendous research activities and interests in academia as well as in industry. The ISMIR Conference reflects this rapid development by providing a meeting place for the discussion of MIR-related research, developments, methods, tools and experimental results. Its main goal is to foster multidisciplinary exchange by bringing together researchers and developers, educators and librarians, as well as students and professional users.
ISMIR 2013 has ended. We had 158 participants from 25 countries. Thank you all for your contributions to the conference! See you in Taipei, Taiwan for ISMIR 2014!
4 March 2014 - The ISMIR 2013 Photo Album is available on-line.
28 February 2014 – The Late-Breaking News & Demos Long Abstracts are available on-line.
4 November - We are waiting your participation into the ISMIR 2013 Late-Breaking News & Demos wiki.
1 November – See some last-minute information regarding local poster printing services.
29 October - The Proceedings of the ISMIR2013 is available on-line.
29 October - ISMIR2013 is just around the corner! You can already give a look at the ISMIR2013 Program Booklet.
22 October – If you are presenting a poster at ISMIR2013, please send your 1 slide in PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday October 25th.
21 August - The list of the accepted music papers is available.
20 August - The review results for Music Papers have been sent to all authors by e-mail.
16 August - A preliminary version of the Conference Program is available.
15 August - The notification of acceptance for Music Papers was postponed to 20 August.
9 July - The deadline for authors to upload camera-ready papers is 25 July.
8 July - At least one author must be registered for the conference by 19 August.
5 July - The 14th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music (SBCM) is accepting submissions.
5 July - The list of the accepted papers is available.
4 July - The review results have been sent to all authors by e-mail.
3 July – We are accepting the submission of music papers until 7 July.
25 June – The wiki for ISMIR 2013 Late-Breaking News & Demos is now available.
21 June – The list of accepted tutorials is available.
22 May - The submission for Music Papers is open. The deadline for submission is 4 July.
11 May - We have received more than 250 submissions!
17 April - The Call for Music is available now. The deadline for Music submission is 4 July.
5 April - The submission system is open. The deadline for submission is 10 May.
30 Jan - The ISMIR 2013 website is online.
Online registration is now open. Registrations will be made through the same system used for paper/music submission. Please, see the instruction at the Registration Page.
Remember that, for each paper/music piece, at least one author must be registered for the conference by August 19. If none of the authors is registered by this date, the paper/music piece will be removed from the conference proceedings and conference program.
The Program Committee worked very hard to thoroughly review all the submitted papers. Please repay their efforts, by following their suggestions when you revise your paper. Please note that the deadline for authors to upload camera-ready papers is Thursday 25th July. When revising your paper, make sure that all fonts are embedded in the PDF document, and that it is not password-protected. Papers which do not comply to this requirement will not be accepted.
Similarly, papers which are not formatted according to the supplied templates (including excessive use of \baselinestretch) will not be accepted.
Alessandro L. Koerich (PUCPR/UFPR – Brazil)
Alceu S. Britto Jr. (PUCPR – Brazil)
Jônatas Manzolli (UNICAMP – Brazil)
Financial and Local Arrangements Chair
Luiz Eduardo S. Oliveira (UFPR – Brazil)
Carlos N. Silla Jr. (UTFPR – Brazil)
Mohamed Sordo (UPF – Spain)
Carlos Guedes (New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE)
Mikhail Malt (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique, France)
Silvio Ferraz (University of Campinas, Brazil)
Jean-Julien Aucouturier (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique, France)
Stephan Baumann (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany)
Juan Pablo Bello (New York University, USA)
Darrell Conklin (Universidad del País Vasco, Spain)
Sally Jo Cunningham (University of Waikato, New Zealand)
Matthew Davies (Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering of Porto, Portugal)
J. Stephen Downie (University of Illinois, USA)
Dan Ellis (Columbia University, USA)
Rebecca Fiebrink (Princeton University, USA)
Arthur Flexer (Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Austria)
José Tuti Fornari (University of Campinas, Brazil)
Masataka Goto (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
Emilia Gómez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
Perfecto Herrera (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
André Holzapfel (Bogazici University, Turkey)
Ozgur Izmirli (Connecticut College, USA)
Anssi Klapuri (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
Peter Knees (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Paul Lamere (Echonest, USA)
Luis Gustavo Martins (Catholic University of Porto, Portugal)
Meinard Mueller (Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany)
Teresa Nakra (The College of New Jersey, USA)
Nicola Orio (University of Padova, Italy)
Geoffroy Peeters (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique, France)
Marcelo Queiroz (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Andreas Rauber (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Robert Rowe (New York University, USA)
Markus Schedl (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Erik Schmidt (Pandora Internet Radio, USA)
Xavier Serra (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
Joan Serrà (Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, Spain)
Douglas Turnbull (Ithaca College, USA)
Emmanuel Vincent (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique, France)
Anja Volk (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Ye Wang (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Gerhard Widmer (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Geraint Wiggins (Queen Mary University of London, UK)