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Tae Hun Kim

Lupe

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Email: taehun.kim2 [at] gmail.com

Lebenslauf

geb. am. 24. Mai 1981 in Seoul, Südkorea.2001 - 2005, Studium der Musikwissenschaft und Kommunikationswissenschaft an der Technischen Universität Berlin.

2006 - 2008, Militärdienst bei Korean Navy.

2008 - 2009, International Research Student an der Tokio Universität (the University of Tokyo) in Japan.

2009 - 2011, Studium des Creative Informatics an der Tokio Universität in Japan. Auszeichnung der Master-Arbeit, "Performance Rendering of Polyphonic Piano Music with Statistical Modeling" mit dem Preis von Dean of Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo.

Seit 2011, Doktorand am Fachgebiet Audiokommunikation, TU Berlin gefördert von Samsung Scholarship Foundation.

Projekte

Publikationen


T. H. Kim and S. Fukayama and T. Nishimoto and S. Sagayama (2012). Statistical modeling of expressive polyphonic piano renditions. Handbook of Computing Expressive Music Performance. Springer Verlag.


T. H. Kim and S. Fukayama and T. Nishimoto and S. Sagayama (2011). Polyhymnia: Automatic piano performance system with statistical models of polyphonic expression and interpretation of musical symbols. Proceedings of Spring Meeting Acoustic Society Japan


T. H. Kim and S. Fukayama and T. Nishimoto and S. Sagayama (2010). Performance rendering for piano music with a combination of probabilistic models for melody and chords. Information Processing Society Japan Technical Report, 1-6.


T. H. Kim and S. Fukayama and T. Nishimoto and S. Sagayama (2011). Polyhymnia: An automatic piano performance system with statistical modeling of polyphonic expression and musical symbol interpretation. Proceedings of the 11th int'l conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME)


T. H. Kim and S. Fukayama and T. Nishimoto and S. Sagayama (2010). Performance rendering for polyphonic piano music with a combination of probabilistic models for melody and harmony. Proceedings of the 7th int'l conference on Sound and Music Computing (SMC), 23-30.


S. Fukayama and K. Nakatsuma and S. Sako and Y. Yonebayashi and T. H. Kim and Qin Si Wei and T. Nakano and T. Nishimoto and S. Sagayama (2009). Orpheus: Automatic composition system considering prosody of japanese lyrics. Proceedings of the Int'l Conference on Entertainment Computing (ICEC). Springer Verlag, 309-310.


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