Supervision and teaching

Supervision

  • 2022: Pierre Thiel (co-direction with Nicolas Obin), Master’s thesis, 5 months internship: “Automatic chord extraction and musical structure prediction through semi-supervised learning, application to human-computer improvisation”.
  • 2022: Ilian Ben Amar (co-direction with Tristan Carsault), Bachelor’s thesis, “Mapping and clustering of audio descriptors spaces.”
  • 2020-2021: Tristan Carsault, Postdoc, “Combining Real-Time Extraction and Prediction of Musical Chord Progressions for Creative Applications”
  • 2021: Nicolas Narboni, Master’s thesis, “Improvisation algorithmique interactive dans les performances de musique Techno”.
  • 2020: Théo Golvet (co-direction with Clément Cannone and Gérard Assayg), Master’s thesis, 5 months internship: “Analyser les interactions musicales improvisées.”
  • 2020: Max Gupta, Bachelor’s thesis,
  • 2017-2020: Tristan Carsault (co-supervision with Philippe Esling, direction Gerard Assayag), PhD thesis, “Structure discovery and prediction in multivariate musical audio signals for human computer improvisation”, EDITE, Sorbonne Université.
  • 2018: Victoire Siguret (co-direction with Jean Bresson), Bachelor’s thesis.
  • 2017: Tristan Carsault (co-direction with Philippe Esling), Master’s thesis, 5 months internship: “Automatic chord extraction and musical structure prediction through semi-supervised learning, application to human-computer improvisation”.
  • 2016: Théis Bazin (co-direction with Philippe Esling), Master’s thesis, 5 months internship: “Deep learning for music structure analysis and prediction, application to musical co-improvisation”.
  • 2015: Axel Chemla–Romeu-Santos (co-direction with Gérard Assayag), Master’s thesis, 5 months internship: “Combining long-term planning and reactive listening in human-computer interactive improvisation.”

Teaching

  • Discrete stuctures (LI214 / 2I005) – Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6
  • Introduction to imperative programming, C (LI115 / 1I002) – Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6
  • From chipset to web (LI105) – Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6