In the media

Here is a selection of the mentions our work received in the public media (TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, etc.).
  1. 10 June 2015: SIC Noticias Exame Informática report on MAT project outcomes.
  2. 24 November 2014: Viva Porto  publishes an article on the CARA Ano Zero Concert.
    This was also reported in Time Out Porto (December 2014) and in the following video
  3. 29 March 2013: The Expresso newspapers publishes an article on foreign research scientists working in Portugal, including an interview of Fabien Gouyon.
  4. 14 December 2012: The P3 web platform of the Público, one of the main Portuguese daily newspapers writes an article about our collaboration with Honda Research Institute on the Hearbot dancing robot
  5. 11 December 2012: The online scientific publication Ciencia Hoje writes an article about our iOS app “Gimme Da’ Blues”
  6. 10 December 2012: BIT Editions writes an article about our iOS app “Gimme Da’ Blues”
  7. 10 December 2012: Marketeer Online writes an article about our iOS app “Gimme Da’ Blues”
  8. 1 December 2012: The National TV channel SIC Noticias talks about ISMIR 2012, and music technologies in Portugal, on the show “Falar Global”.
  9. 16 October 2012: Carlos Guedes talks about our organisation of the ISMIR 2012 Conference on Antena 1, a national radio broadcast.
  10. 4 April 2012: The award-winning iPhone app “GimmeDaBlues” is featured on the Portuguese national TV channel SIC Notícias, in the show “Exame Informática TV”
  11. 17 February 2012: The award-winning iPhone app “GimmeDaBlues” is featured on BeiraTV.
  12. 11 September 2011: The Público, one of the main Portuguese daily newspapers, writes an article about the success of the summer school, “Music and Technology: Loud and Clear!”, with students from 18 European countries, taught by members of our group.
  13. 25 August 2011: CienciaPT.net, a Portuguese daily online journal about science, technology and innovation, writes an article about the upcoming summer school, “Music and Technology: Loud and Clear!”, taught by members of our group.
  14. 4 February 2011: Jornal da Madeira online and Portugal Diário mention our work as part of the Kinetic project on new gestural controllers for the Gamelan.
  15. 29 January 2011: TVI24 (Portuguese national television channel) dedicated part of its show “Inovadores” to work done in the Kinetic and Digitópia projects. Have a look at Carlos Guedes’ and Filipe Lopes’ interview.
  16. 21 September 2010: In a News flash at 2PM, RTP (Portuguese national television channel) reported on results of the Kinetic project. Have a look at Carlos Guedes’ interview.
  17. October 2009: The monthly magazine Produção Áudio, published in Portugal, Spain and Brasil (10,000 prints), publishes an in-depth report (13 pages) on the SMC 2009 Conference.
  18. 13 September 2009: The weekly Portuguese magazine Pública (attached to the Público newspaper) publishes an article on the Digitópia project, a collaboration with the Casa da Música, the Universidade Católica Portuguesa and the ESMAE.
  19. 1 June 2009: The Portuguese monthly science magazine SuperInteressante (over 83,000 prints) mentions our work on dancing robots in a 4-pages article.
  20. 3 April 2009: In a News flash at 2 PM on RTP1 (Portuguese national television channel), João Oliveira and Fabien Gouyon were interviewed about our work on dancing robots in the SMC group.
  21. 6 March 2009: Read the Science Daily online paper titled “Autonomous Robot Dancer Identifies Dance and Music in Intelligent Manner” on our group’s research on the topic of dancing robots.
  22. 3 March 2009: The Expresso (Portuguese National Newspaper) mentions our work on dancing robot in its online version. Watch João Oliveira’s interview.
  23. 1 March 2009: The Jornal de Noticias (daily Portuguese newspaper, over 150,000 prints) writes an article on our work on robot dancing.
  24. 7 December 2008: The daily Portuguese newspaper Público mentions our collaboration with the Casa da Música, the Universidade Católica Portuguesa and the ESMAE in the Digitópia project.
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