WAC 2019 Best Papers

WAC 2019 Best Papers

The WAC 2019 awards honour exceptional submissions to the WAC 2019 edition. A total of 6 papers received a Best Paper Award, as selected by the WAC 2019 Best Paper Award Jury:

Jan Monschke (SoundCloud)
Garth Paine (Arizona State University)
Ariane Stolfi (Federal University of South Bahia)

The full list of Best Papers for WAC 2019 is included below.

Composing Spatial Music with Web Audio and WebVR 
Cem Çakmak (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) and Rob Hamilton (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Soundworks - A Framework for Networked Music Systems on the Web - State of Affairs and New Developments 
Benjamin Matuszewski (Ircam)

An AudioWorklet-based Signal Engine for a Live Coding Language Ecosystem 
Francisco Bernardo (University of Sussex), Chris Kiefer (University of Sussex) and Thor Magnusson (University of Sussex) 
 
Facilitating Team-Based Programming Learning with Web Audio 
Anna Xambó (NTNU), Robin Støckert (NTNU), Alexander Refsum Jensenius (University of Oslo) and Sigurd Saue (NTNU)
 
iMuSciCA: A Web Platform for Science Education Through Music Activities 
Kosmas Kritsis (Athena Research Center), Manuel Bouillon (University of Fribourg); Daniel Martín-Albo (Wiris), Carlos Acosta (Leopoly), Robert Piechaud and Vassilis Katsouros (Athena Research Center)

FAUST online IDE: dynamically compile and publish FAUST code as WebAudio Plugins
Stéphane Letz (GRAME), Shihong Ren (GRAME), Yann Orlarey (GRAME), Romain Michon (GRAME), Dominique Fober (GRAME), ElMehdi Aamari (I3S), Michel Buffa (Université Côte d’Azur, CNRS, INRIA) and Jerome Lebrun (CNRS)

This selected best papers have the opportunity to publish an extended version at the Journal of Audio Engineering Society (JAES) to be published in 2020.

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