CFP: SysMus 2019 in Berlin, Germany

 Submission Deadline: April, the 1st 2019. 

We are very pleased to host the International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology (SysMus) at the department of media psychology of the SRH Hochschule der populären Künste (hdpk) from 10th-12th September 2019 in Berlin, Germany. 

The SysMus is a series of international conferences organized by students for students of system-atic musicology. This kind of conference offers the opportunity for students to gain first experi-ence in presenting and discussing their own research projects together with international stu-dents and researcher of the field of systematic musicology. 

SysMus is dedicated to represent the diversity of topics and methods in the field of systematic musicology. Therefore, submissions addressing any of the following subjects are particularly wel-come: 

• Systematic musicology 

• Music perception 

• Music cognition 

• Music psychology 

• Music therapy 

• Music modelling 

• Music information retrieval 

•Music sociology 

• Music education 

• Music technology 

• Music and culture 

• Musical acoustics 

• Music philosophy 

• Music theory and analysis 


All submissions (oral or poster presentation) will be made in the form of abstracts that gives you the opportunity to describe the motivations for your work and the methodology used, as well as providing detailed results and conclusions. 

The abstracts should be no more than 400 words (references excluded) in length, be written in English, and address one of the conference topics listed above. All submissions will be considered for both spoken paper and poster presentation categories. However, the author can indicate a preference for either spoken or poster presentation in the submission form. 

We will start accepting submissions on February, the 1st 2019 ( 

Oral presentations 

Oral presentations will be allocated slots of 20 minutes, with 15 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. 

Poster presentations 

Poster presentations will have designated time slots and presentation spaces that will not overlap with any other activity.

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