Workshop and Student Consortium submissions are still open
Submissions for papers, music and installations for NIME 2024 are now closed. However, submissions for workshops and the Student Consortium remain open until February 14 (deadline for the final upload is February 21).
The Student Consortium is a great way for students (undergrad, graduate and PhD) to get feedback on their work from peers as well as senior members of the NIME community. Ideal candidates should be early-stage or mid-way through their program. See more information on the consortium and how to apply here: NIME 2024
Register as a NIME reviewer, and confirm your participation
We also are accepting applications for NIME reviewers until February 7. The NIME proceedings depend on the expertise of the NIME community, across technical, artistic, musical, scientific, and related fields, and we need reviewers for both scholarly and artistic submissions.
If you haven’t yet reviewed for NIME (or are unsure if you’re on the reviewer list), please complete this form to be included: https://forms.gle/qPMMnwt1DRo6DMbc7
If you have already signed up, please look out for the invitation email to confirm your participation and make sure you reply! The first round has already been sent, and if you haven’t confirmed via the email link please do so as soon as is convenient.
Thanks so much, we’re looking forward to a great NIME 2024!
Astrid Bin and Courtney Reed
Paper Chairs, NIME 2024