The first edition of the International Workshop on Multilayer Music Representation and Processing (MMRP19) will take place in Milano, Italy, 24-25 January 2019, and will be organized by the ▸Laboratory of Music Informatics (LIM), Dept. of Computer Science, University of Milan. The workshop will be hosted in the newly established department building, at the core of the scientific campus.
The Workshop Proceedings will be published with an ISBN indexing number
MMRP19 is endorsed by the IEEE Standards Association, and we have applied to IEEExplore publishing system. Further details will be provided as soon as possible.
The workshop is held in conjunction with the kick-off of the IEEE Working Group (WG) for XML Musical Application. Ten years after the release of the IEEE 1599-2008™ Standard for music representation, the WG will work at updating and extending the standard to provide a multilayered meta-representation of music information, achieving integration among general (metadata), structural, notational, computer-driven performance, and audio layers.
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All activities will take place at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Milan, in a new building inaugurated in September 2018. The department is located in via Celoria 18, Milan.
Buses (45, 61, 62), trams (19, 33), trolley buses (90, 91, 93) and the underground (Piola station - line 2; Lambrate FS station - line 2) all stop in the range of 1km. The nearest stop is "Via Celoria (Istituto Besta)", line 93.
Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM) is the company owned by the municipality in charge of public transportation in Milan. We suggest the "GiroMilano" Web app (▸http://giromilano.atm.it/#/home/en) or the "ATM Milano" smartphone app to plan your journeys.
How to Get to Milan
Milan is well connected to the major cities in Europe and worldwide thanks its airports:
- Malpensa airport, Milan international airport
- Linate airport, mainly national and European flights
- Bergamo Orio al Serio airport, main hub for low cost airlines
Milan is easy to reach by train thanks to the extensive railway networks of Trenitalia, connecting the city to other major Italian cities as well as European metropolis including Paris, Zurich, Geneva, Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna and more.
Main railway stations:
- Milano Centrale (central station) - main hub for national and international routes
- Milano Porta Garibaldi - for Intercity, regional and long-distance routes, including high-speed trains from Turin
- Milano Lambrate - very close to the Department of Computer Science, about 1 km away; frequent connections from Milano Centrale
Main highways serving Milan:
- A1 (Autostrada del Sole) going south to Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples
- A4 Westbound, to Turin, the Alps and France
- A4 Eastbound, to Verona, Padua, Venice, Trieste and Slovenia
- A7, to Genoa, the Ligurian Riviera and the renowned Cinque Terre
- A8 (Autostrada dei Laghi), to Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, Lugano and Switzerland
- A9, to Switzerland