Ubiquitous Music is an interdisciplinary research area that combines methodologies from music, computer science, education, creativity studies, human sciences and engineering. The Twelfth Ubiquitous Music Symposium (formerly known as the Workshop on Ubiquitous Music) will be held from June 22 to 24 in Curitiba, PR, Brazil. Researchers working on ubiquitous music topics are invited to submit artistic and educational products, initial research ideas and complete research outcomes. The workshop will adopt Portuguese, Spanish and English as working languages and will feature both in-place and remote activities. Selected papers will be included in the ongoing ubimus editorial projects according to the targeted themes: Vortex (ubimus, gastrosonics and well-being), Organised Sound (ecologically grounded creative practice and sound art) and the Handbook of Ubiquitous Music (second-wave ubimus research reports written in English).
XII UbiMus (2022 – online Curitiba, Brazil)
XI UbiMus (2021 – online Porto, Portugal)
X UbiMus (2020 – online)
IX UbiMus (2019 – Marseille, France)
VIII UbiMus (2018 – São João del Rei, Brazil)
VII UbiMus (2016 – Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil)
VI UbiMus (2015 – Växjö, Sweden)
V UbiMus (2014 – Vitória, Brazil)
IV UbiMus (2013 – Porto Alegre, Brazil)
III UbiMus (2012 – São Paulo, Brazil)
II UbiMus (2011 – Vitória, Brazil)
I UbiMus (2010 – Florianópolis, Brazil)
The Ubiquitous Music Symposium | Simpósio UbiMusJUNE 22-24, 2022 – Online Event – Curitiba, Brazil
All presentations, for all categories, will be online with Microsoft Teams. We ask each participant to send by no later than June 13th, 2022, a “camera-ready” video of their work/presentation. Please follow these instructions:
 For paper / oral communications: make sure that your video contains the entire presentation (maximum length: 15 minutes). Only at the end of the presentation streaming, authors will participate in a live online interaction session with event participants. Video format: MP4 or MOV with a standard aspect ratio of 16:9, H.264 video codec, and AAC-LC audio codec (or YouTube compatible). For multichannel demonstration, we strongly encourage a binaural mixing format for better sound experience.
 For artistic demonstrations: make sure that your video contains the entire artistic demonstration (maximum length: 10 minutes). Only at the end of the presentation streaming, authors will participate in a live online interaction session with event participants. Video format: MP4 or MOV with a standard aspect ratio of 16:9, H.264 video codec, and AAC-LC audio codec (or YouTube compatible). For multichannel demonstration, we strongly encourage a binaural mixing format for better sound experience.
Session #1 – Ubimus Archaeologies (EN)
June 22nd – 10:00 AM – TIME BSBChair: João Svidzinski
M5live: a historical online environment for electronic music (EasyChair #8139)Nemanja Radivojevic and Luciano Azzigotti
Issues in ubimus archaeology: Beyond pure computing and precision during the analogue-digital transition (EasyChair #3177)Damián Keller, Nemanja Radivojevic and Victor Lazzarini
Session #2 – Artworks (EN)
June 22nd – 11:00 AM – TIME BSBChair: Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro
Anamorphosis (EasyChair #5607)Clemens von Reusner
Performative Storytelling: The Model of Setting-Based Mobile Music Creation (EasyChair #7980)Martin Koszolko
Bolides (EasyChair #4315)Shane Byrne
June 22nd – 12:30 PM – TIME BSB
Session #3 – Gastrosonics (PT + ES)
June 23rd – 10:00 AM – TIME BSBChair: Carlos Gomez
COOKIN': O Jazz gravado ao ‘vivo’ e à ‘mesa’ (EasyChair #6966)José Menezes and Eduardo Lopes
Choro em Brasília: música, comida e bebida em um processo de reconstrução de identidades (EasyChair #5497)Magda Climaco
Taste This Score (EasyChair #8875)
Quorum Sensing (EasyChair #2117)Bruno Mesz, Sebastián Tedesco and Leonardo Potenza
Session #4 – Emergent ubimus threads (PT)
June 23rd – 12:00 PM – TIME BSBChair: Helena Lima, Ariane Stolfi
A Internet do Bagulho Musical (Internet of Musical Stuff) - IoMuSt (EasyChair #0649)Marcello Messina, Marcos Célio Filho, Carlos Gomez, Damián Keller, Luzilei Aliel and Ivan Simurra
Complexidade e Interatividade como características ubíquas na música de Jacob Collier (EasyChair #6711)Caio Maciel, Fabiano Costa and Leandro Costalonga
Processos Híbridos na Sonorização da Poesia Visual (EasyChair #5801)Lara Leal David and Leandro Costalonga
June 23rd – 1:30 PM – TIME BSB
Session #5 – Eco-grounded creative practices (EN)
June 24th – 10:00 AM – TIME BSBChair: Victor Lazzarini
Towards a Musical Smart City Ecology (EasyChair #2486)Pedro Sarmento, Ove Holmqvist and Mathieu Barthet
Networking the Flight of the Monarchs (EasyChair #9932)Robert Mackay, Grant Smith, Jessica Rodriguez, David Blink, Rolando Rodriguez and Pablo Jaramillo-López.
Session #6 – Eco-grounded creative practices (EN)
June 24th – 11:00 AM – TIME BSBChair: Marcelo Messina
Networking the Flight of the Monarchs Performance (EasyChair #4347)Robert Mackay, Jessica Rodriguez, Rolando Rodriguez and David Blink
Submission of some Music Pieces for UbiMus2022 with Special Consideration of the Respective Developed User Interface for the Respective Generation Software (EasyChair #8733)Guido Kramann
G-Ubimus MeetingJune 24th – 12:00 PM – TIME BSB
Chair: Damián Keller
Please be aware of the next steps to prepare your presentation: Camera-ready material by June 13th, 2022.
The specific days and times of each presentation will be soon published on this page. All presentations will be online with Microsoft Teams.
Program / Schedule
Submission deadline: April 3rd 2022 ———> May 1st, 2022
Notification of acceptance: May 16th, 2022 ———> May 31st, 2022
Camera-ready deadline (online participation is mandatory, including for certification): June 6th, 2022. ———> June 13th, 2022
Registration deadline: June 15th, 2022Conference dates: June 22-24, 2022
Call for WorksResearchers working on topics related to ubiquitous music are invited to share proposals, initial results and complete research projects. Submit through Easychair: https://easychair.org/cfp/ubimus2022
To all participants in order to get access to our online platform. Please click here to fill out the registration form.
- Vortex Music Journal: http://vortex.unespar.edu.br/ubimus2022.pdf
- Organised Sound
- Handbook of Ubiquitous Music
There will be no application fees. All costs for the 2022 edition were gently provided by the local organization.
This year’s edition will be held at the Universidade Estadual do Paraná in the city of Curitiba PR, Brazil. The entire event will be online, through Microsoft Teams.
2022 Edition is organized by:
Ubimus is organized by:
General ChairDr. Damián Keller (NAP, Federal University of Acre), Dr. Leandro Costalonga (UFES)
Local Organizing ChairDr. Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro (Unespar)
Artistic CommitteeMe. Carlos Gómez (NAP, UFPB)
Dr. Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro (Unespar)
Dr. Luzilei Aliel (NAP, University of São Paulo)
Dr. Maria Helena de Lima (CAp-UFRGS)
Dr. Marcello Messina (UFPB)
Dr. Gilberto Bernardes (Universidade do Porto, Portugal)
Dr. Victor Lazzarini (Maynooth University)
Peer-reviewers CommitteeAdriana Sá, Alejandro Olarte, Alessia Milo, Álvaro Barbosa, Amílcar Cardoso, Ana Francisca Schneider Grings, Andrew Brown, Andy Connor, Anna Troisi, Anna Xambó Sedó, Anthony Lewis Brooks, Antonio Rodá, Ariane Stolfi, Brian Bridges, Bruno Mesz, Carlo Fischione, Carlos Santos, Carlos Silla, Charlie Roberts, Damián Keller, Dan Kohen-Vacs, Daniel Mancero, Daniel Puig, David Worrall, Debashis De, Denise Filippo, Diósnio Machado Neto, Eduardo Magalhães, Eva Brooks, Evandro Manara Miletto, Fabiano Costa, Fabio Viola, Felipe de Almeida Ribeiro, Francisco Bernardo, Frederick van Amstel, Georg Essl, Gerald Estadieu, Gianpaolo Evangelista, Gilberto Bernardes Almeida, Giuliano Obici, Guido Kramann, Ian Oakley, Imran Latif Saifi, João Svidzinski, Jônatas Manzolli, Jøran Rudi, Jordan Lacey, José Ricardo Barboza, Joseph Timoney, Juan Manuel Dodero, Koka Nikoladze, Laurent Pottier, Leah Barclay, Leandro Costalonga, Lonce Wyse, Luca Turchet, Luciano Vargas Flores, Marc Jansen, Marcella Mandanici, Marcello Messina, Marcelo Gimenes, Marcelo Pimenta, Marcelo Queiroz, Maria Helena de Lima, Mariano Pimentel, Martha Paz, Massimo Carlentini, Mathieu Barthet, Matthew Davies, Miguel Ceriani, Mikhail Malt, Nelson Zagalo, Niccoló Pretto, Nick Bryan-Kinns, Nuno Correia, Nuno Otero, Oliver Bown, Øyvind Brandtsegg, Pedro dos Santos Boia, Pedro Martins, Pedro Veiga, Rafael Ramírez, Ricardo Sosa, Rick Nance, Roger Malina, Sandra Pauletto, Scot Gresham Lancaster, Seny Lee, Somnuk Phon-Amnuaisuk, Stefania Serafin, Stephane Letz, Stephen Barras, Steven Yi, Teresa Connors, Tereza Raquel Alcântara-Silva, Tuti Fornari, Valentina Nisi, Victor Lazzarini, Yann Orlarey.
Technical SupportMe. Enyo Pereira (Nescom/UFES)
Me. Jaime Rojas (UFPR)