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by Wednesday 17 June (for free, of course!) so that you can receive the LINK for participation via ZOOM.

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PROGRAM

Friday 19 June from 3 to 5 pm CET (with possibility to extend the informal discussion until 5.30 pm).

Elvira Brattico and Luisa Lopez
Moderators

A more detailed program is being published on this basis:
1. Experience and perspectives of relevant virtual, long-distance conferencing (details below)
2. Organisation of interim communications 
3. “Hot” subjects: how to facilitate that poster content and other more immediate topics can be presented in their current status and benefit from ongoing exchange.

In addition to those who have already replied positively, some spaces are available for additional participants, up to the MAXIMUM number of 100 ATTENDEES (so that the exchange remains manageable).

TOPIC 1

Richard Parncutt
Centre for Systematic Musicology, University of Graz, Austria
The case for cutting emissions: climate science and ethics.
The opportunity to improve inclusion and electronic documentation at the same time.
Different conference models: the multi-hub model, a single hub plus external participants, the fully virtual conference.

Renee Timmers
University of Sheffield, Department of Music
President of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music
Director of Music Mind Machine in Sheffield
Sharing expertise and training at a distance: employing virtual conferencing techniques for international schools and workshops.
Perspectives on the set up of the Cross-European Winter School on Musical Ability and plans for ICMPC16-ESCOM11.

Enrico Glerean
Staff Scientist, Aalto University, Finland
Twitter conferences in neuroscience: brainTC and OHBMx, lessons learned and future directions
The concept of a Twitter conference and the experience brainTC and OHBMx, some lessons learned when organizing these activities and how we can go forward with online conferences formats. https://ohbmx.org 

Melanie Wald-Fuhrmann
Director, Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik, www.aesthetics.mpg.de 
Department of Music, Frankfurt am Main
The example of online conferences with roughly 300 participants from all inhabited continents, as the inauguration of a network of researchers studying music and musical practices in the context of the present COVID-19 pandemic, with information concerning CfPs, conferences and funding opportunities. https://www.mpg.de/14777336/music-culture-covid19  

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