What is music? Why do all human societies make it, but in such different ways? My research uses state-of-the-art scientific methods from fields like computer science and evolutionary biology to shed new light on these olds questions. I will show how these tools can be used not only to answer basic scientific questions but also be applied to contemporary issues like transparency in music copyright lawsuits and facilitating creative cross-cultural fusion music (I’ll even perform my own mash-up of hip-hop and Japanese folk song).
Project Associate Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
P04-413:50 - 14:05
Let’s be active! Sit less and move more for a healthier world.
P10-517:30 - 17:45
Curry Caravan: Reclaiming our ‘common’ places
P01-111:50 - 12:05
MUSIK: MUsic Science Institute at Keio SFC
Shinya Fujii / Patrick Savage / Yuta Uozumi
P05-411:00 - 11:15
Proposal Of The Platform To Visualize “Chikan” Information With User Participating Type