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Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science


As part of its Emmy Noether Programme, the German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding Christof Weiß' work with 1.4 million euros and enabling him to set up a new research group on “Computational analysis of music audio recordings: A cross-version approach”. The aim is to further develop automated analysis methods for music recordings, which could be used in computational musicology and the digital humanities in the future.


The paper "Studying Tonal Evolution of Western Choral Music: A Corpus-Based Strategy", authored by CAIDAS-member Christof Weiß, won a best paper award at the 4th conference on Computational Humanities Research (CHR)