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Aesthetics

Ge Wang

Special fields: computer music, artful design, programming languages and software design for music, human-computer interaction, virtual reality, laptop orchestra, mobile music, physical interaction design, visualization, ethics and aesthetics of shaping technology, education at the intersection of engineering, art, and the humanities.
 

Erik Ulman

Erik Ulman is a Lecturer in Music at Stanford University.  He studied composition at UCSD with Brian Ferneyhough, and with Helmut Lachenmann at the Stuttgart Musikhochschule; he has taught at UCSD and at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  His music has been performed many notable interpreters, including the Arditti Quartet, Séverine Ballon, Claire Chase, the Formalist Quartet, Mari Kawamura, and Élise Roy.  Among his distinctions are a commission from the Fromm Foundation at Harvard, a Hewlett Fellowship at the Djerassi Program, and a portrait concert at the Museo

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