JIM 2000

Journées d'Informatique Musicale

Bordeaux, May 15-18, 2000

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The conference has ended.

Yann Orlarey proposes a Survey: Linux and Computer Music.

The results for the acousmatic music competition PRIX SCRIME 2000 are here.

The Journées d'Informatique Musicale is an annual meeting of researchers in computer music and of musicians who use the computer as a means of expression or as a tool for composition. JIM 2000 is organized by the SCRIME, in collaboration with the LaBRI and the ENSERB.


JIM 2000 calls for articles, posters and demonstrations concerning all domains of computer music.

JIM 2000 also calls for articles about philosophy and history that are explicitly related to computer music.

Major Theme

This year, the following theme

Linux: a computer music platform
will be developed during a special session.

Interdisciplinary Meeting

JIM 2000 invites psychoacousticians during a special session about psychoacoustic experimentation concerning musical perception.

Acousmastic Music Competition

An International Competition of Acousmatic Music is organized by the SCRIME. The award concert will take place during JIM 2000.

Other Musical Pieces

This year, there is no call for musical pieces. Instead, a place will be arranged for listening and video. Everyone interested will have the opportunity to present something there during the JIM. Please, contact us if you want to.

Paper Submissions

Submissions must be sent by email in PostScript format to hanna@labri.u-bordeaux.fr, or by regular mail in format A4 to Myriam Desainte-Catherine. Submissions must include keywords and abstract and consist of no more than 10 pages. Accepted languages are French and English. Final versions must not have page numbering.

SFIM Prize for a Young Researcher

The SFIM offers a 2 500 FF prize for the best article presented by a 30 years old (or less) researcher. The winner(s) will be selected by the conference participants.



Myriam Desainte-Catherine
LaBRI, Université Bordeaux 1
351, cours de la Libération
F-33405 Talence cedex

Practical Information

Program Committee

Organization Committee

Previous Editions

Steering Committee and Funds

The steering committee of the Journées d'Informatique Musicale is the ADERIM: Daniel Arfib, Marc Chemillier, Myriam Desainte-Catherine, Yann Orlarey, François Pachet, Jean-Michel Raczinski, Marie-Hélène Serra.

JIM is also supported by the following institutions: