The International Society for
Music Information Retrieval
26-30 October 2015, Malaga (Spain)
4-8 November 2013, Curitiba (Brazil)
8-12 October 2012, Porto (Portugal)
24-28 October 2011, Miami (Florida)
9-13 August, 2010, Utrecht (Netherlands)
26-30 October 2009, Kobe (Japan)
14-18 September 2008, Philadelphia (USA)
23-30 September 2007, Vienna (Austria)
8-12 October 2006, Victoria, BC (Canada)
11-15 September 2005, London (UK)
10-15 October 2004, Barcelona (Spain)
26-30 October 2003, Baltimore, Maryland (USA)
13-17 October 2002, Paris (France)
15-17 October 2001, Bloomington, Indiana (USA)
23-25 October 2000, Plymouth, Massachusetts (USA)
Join the ISMIR Community!
The first community mailing list was created at
ISMIR 2000 in order to allow for continued exchange in topics related to the field. As of February
2014, it has grown to over 1,800 subscribers from across the world, and routinely receives announcements
about conferences, career opportunities, concerts, and wide variety of other issues relevant to music information retrieval.
Noting the continued expansion of the community,
the mailing evolved into an ISMIR-operated Google group in February 2014.
Home of the current mailing list. To become a member, proceed to the group and select "Apply to join group",
or send an email to "firstname.lastname@example.org". Viewing or posting topics is open to the public; note, however,
that non-member messages are screened.
Music-IR Archive (coming soon):
A browsable archive of a decade of postings to the initial ISMIR mailing list, Music-IR,
graciously created and operated by IRCAM for over a decade.
Online Database and Paper Proceedings
list of all past papers and posters is available with direct access to the
PDF file when available. The type is PAP (for refereed paper), INV (for invited
paper) and POS (for poster). The thumbnails at the bottom allow one to select a
list sorted by author or by year.
As of ISMIR 2003, almost all presentations
are also available -- see the individual conference sites to
access them. Additionally,
proceedings may still be available for past conferences. Information on how
to buy past proceedings is available here.
- Bonita Wilson: "Report on
the Third International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR
2002): 14-17 October 2002, Paris, France", D-Lib Magazine,
November 2002, Volume 8 Number 11 (ISSN 1082-9873).
- J. Stephen Downie: "Report on
ISMIR 2002 Conference Panel I: Music Information Retrieval Evaluation
Frameworks", D-Lib Magazine, November 2002, volume 8 number 11
- Tim Crawford: ""Report
on ISMIR 2002 Conference Panel II: OMRAS Approach to Music Information
Retrieval in the Real World", D-Lib Magazine, November 2002,
volume 8 number 11 (ISSN 1082-9873).
- Ludger Hofmann-Engl: "Report
on ISMIR 2002 Conference Panel III: Similarity in Music", D-Lib
Magazine, November 2002, volume 8 number 11 (ISSN 1082-9873).
Related Web Sites
Have Anything To Contribute?
An effort is currently underway to centralize the efforts and output
of the greater ISMIR community though this website, and transform it into the virtual center of the field.
Therefore, if you know of any relevant content ---your lab, company, teaching materials or algorithms,
to name just a few--- please let us know about it via this Google Form.
Though there is no deadline, the eventual page rank will be loosely determined by the order in which
submissions are received.
ISMIR was incorporated in Canada on July 4, 2008. It was
previously run by a Steering Committee (see below).
- President: Simon Dixon, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
- President-elect: Fabien Gouyon, INESC Porto, Portugal
- Secretary: Jin Ha Lee,
University of Washington, USA
- Treasurer: Xiao Hu, University of Hong Kong, China
- Member-at-large: Emilia Gómez, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
- Member-at-large: Meinard Müller, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany
- Member-at-large: Anja Volk, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands
- Student member: Eric J. Humphrey, New York University, USA
Members of the past
ISMIR Steering Committee and Officers
- David Bainbridge, University of
Waikato, New Zealand
- Thierry Bertin-Mahieux, Columbia University, USA
- Donald Byrd, Indiana
- Elaine Chew, University of
Southern California, USA
- Tim Crawford, Goldsmiths,
University of London, United Kingdom
- J. Stephen Downie, University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
- Jon Dunn, Indiana University,
- Michael Fingerhut, IRCAM --
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
- Ichiro Fujinaga, McGill
University, Montréal, Canada
- Holger Hoos, University of
British Columbia, British Columbia, CA
- Kjell Lemström, University of
- Beth Logan, Intel Corporation
- Connie Mayer, University of
- Andreas Rauber, Vienna
University of Technology, Austria
- George Tzanetakis, University
of Victoria, Canada