Research title: Complex musical behaviours by time-variant nonlinear feedback networks and distributed adaptivity: a study on dynamical infrastructures in real-time systems and their application in live performance
Dario Sanfilippo is a feedback systems specialist, sound artist, performer, theorist and audio programmer. He is currently being supported by the University of Edinburgh where he is a PhD researcher and teaching fellow. His research is on complex adaptive systems for human-machine interaction performance, autonomous sound installations and non-conventional music and sound synthesis techniques. His work has been presented in international festivals, conferences, research centres and universities all over Europe.
Non-real-time systems and algorithmic composition
Digital media studio project
Complex adaptive systems; time-variant feedback networks; systemic composition and improvisation; autonomous systems, AI and ALife; non-conventional music analysis and synthesis; audio programming.