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The holder of a DEA (post-graduate diploma) in "Acoustics, Signal processing and Computing applied to Music" and a PhD from Paris VI University completed at IRCAM, Emmanuel Vincent was recruited, as a research scientist at Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, in 2006 after post-doctoral research at Queen Mary University in London.
Since 1 January 2013 he has been part of Inria Nancy–Grand Est and more specifically the Speech team led by Yves Laprie.
Science and Music Day will be held on Saturday 12 October 2013, from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m., at the Diapason, on the Campus de Beaulieu, Rennes. Workshops, talks and concerts will be on offer. Science and Music Day is a free event, open to all (including children!)
Deezer, the French leader in Web-based music streaming, is attempting to win over the American market. With Inria, the company is developing a music recommendation system to attract new listeners.
Can a machine listen to and enter into dialogue with a musician in real time when he is playing a piece of music? Arshia Cont, research director of an Inria/CNRS/Ircam team has taken up the challenge by created the start-up Antescofo, who use a software developed with the MuTant research team and which combines real musical instruments with electronic sound production devices.
Barely four months after the introduction of Metronaut, its first mobile application, Antescofo, a startup spun off from Inria’s Paris research centre, is one of the five finalists in the Entertainment and Content Technologies category of SXSW’s Accelerator Pitch Event. What is Metronaut’s goal? Making artificial intelligence available to musicians so they never have to play alone.
Set up in 2016 by three researchers from an Inria-Ircam*-CNRS team, Antescofo provides classical musicians with the opportunity to practise using an application that plays the orchestral accompaniment in high-quality sound and adjusts in real time to any errors they make. The start-up, supported by Inria, is backed by prestigious investors. It is planning a large-scale commercial launch at the end of 2019.
inHEART is a start-up project created by Inria Sophia Antipolis- Méditerranée, the University Hospital Centre in Bordeaux and the University of Bordeaux via the Liryc University Hospital Institute. Its aim is to build on several years of top quality research and development in the field of computer-guided procedures for cardiac rhythm disorders using 3D medical imagery.
- Maxime Sermesant
- Coeur numérique
- Inria - Centre de Recherche Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée