Antonio Camurri

University of Genova

(Genova, 1959; ’84 Master Degree in Electric Engineering; 1991 PhD in Computer Engineering) is Associate Professor at DIST-University of Genova (Faculty of Engineering), where he teaches ‘Software engineering’ and ‘Multimedia Systems’. His research interests include multimodal intelligent interaction, sound and music computing, kansei and emotion information processing, interactive multimodal-multimedia systems for performing arts and culture. He is founder and scientific director of the InfoMus Lab at DIST-University of Genova. He was President of AIMI (Italian Association for Musical Informatics), is member of the Executive Committee (ExCom) of the IEEE CS Technical Committee on Computer Generated Music, Associate Editor of the international ‘Journal of New Music Research’. He is responsible of EU IST Projects at InfoMus Lab. He is author of more than 80 international scientific publications. Since 2005 he is scientific director of the Casa Paganini International Centre of Excellence on science and multimedia technologies for music and performing arts.

Last update: february 2011