NSEME

The National Student Electronic Music Event was created by and for students as a forum for peers to share ideas, collaborate, and expand the boundaries of the electronic music field.
Keynote Presenters

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The NSEME 2017 submission portal is now closed.
Thank you to everyone that submitted your work for consideration!
Notifications of accepted works and papers will be sent by mid December and posted online to the conference website and Facebook page.
Questions may be directed to nseme2017@gmail.com

Music Submissions

Alexis Langevin-Tétrault – Apax
Andrew Pfalz – Waywardness for lack of resolution
Ash Stemke – the Face, the Hands
Avrosh Kumar & Takumi Ogata – Cyclic Diffusion
Bihe Wen – Vague Image
Brad Robin – Fracture (for piano, drums and fixed media)
Brady Lanier – Gamba Gamelan: 7(6 – 5 – 6)
Brian Riordan – while the earth is still turning
Chace Williams – Cultural Chaos
Chase Mitchusson – Landscape
Dennis Reyes – The Dockyard
Drew Romanowski – Eatit-n-Leave
Elliott Grabill – Planet Heart
Eric Sheffield – Water is Thicker than Blood
Francesco Sclafani – Component Extract
G. Blake Harrison-Lane – Exile
Gabriel Hawes – fawns
Gabriel Peraza – Natten är vit
Ivonne Paredes – Toro
Jacob Miller Smith – …and so she longed
Jacob Sundstrom – the piece formerly known as boring formless nonsense
Jacob Thiede – And everything in-between
James Anderson – Perception
Jinghong Zhang – Hephaestus’ Gate
Joungmin Lee – 3 Sounds
Juan Carlos Vasquez – Collage 12 “Beethoven Collage”
Julius Bucsis – The Dawn of Memory – Awakening of the Ancients
Kevin Kay – Warmth
Leo Cicala – Ideogrammi ad Anello
Lucas Marshall Smith – Utterance
Maxwell Tfirn – Establish, Corrupt, Broken
Michael Lukaszuk – My Metal Bird Can Sing
Mitch Weakley – Circular Logic
Mya Boston Payne – House
Nathaniel Haering – Cimmerian Isolation
Nicole Carroll – Everything in its Place
Nikhil Singh – Passacaglia for 30 Lazy Guitars
Paolo Pastorino – Homéostasie
Patrick Reed – Broken Computer
Peder Barratt-Due – One Man, Eight Cameras for eight violins
Sangwon Lee – Rollyphony for 5 channel electroacoustic music
Seiyoung Jang – Anterograde
Simón Pérez – Las cifras y las palabras
Steve Joslin – Channeling Rachmaninoff
Zeynep Ozcan – As if I didn’t

Installation Submissions

K. Michael Fox – Parallel
Michael Smith – Subcellular Abstractions
Yuan Chen and Hayeon Hwang – Painter
Anthony T. Marasco – For the Man Who Has Everything
Gustavo Silveira – Temples
Stephanie Koltun – Birds in C

Paper Submissions

Brad Robin – Transformation and Recontextualization: States of Sounds in Gerard Grisey’s “Periodes”

Travel Info

A reminder that NSEME attendees are welcome to post to the NSEME 2017 Facebook event page to coordinate ride and/or hotel shares!

Lodging

La Quinta Inn University Area – http://www.laquintabatonrougeuniversity.com/

2333 South Acadian Thruway

We have a block of rooms reserved for $80/night. This is a pretty basic hotel, but accessible by LSU Tiger Trails bus for those not renting cars. To book at La Quinta, call 1-866-527-1498 and use confirmation code 0574 593. There are enough rooms reserved to accommodate everyone attending NSEME, but they will only be held until 2/16/2017.

Radisson Hotel Baton Rouge – https://www.radisson.com/baton-rouge-hotel-la-70808/labaton

2445 South Acadian Thruway

Though not as cheap as La Quinta, this Radisson is located in the same area and also accessible by LSU Tiger Trails bus.

Airbnb – https://www.airbnb.com/

There are some very nice, affordable options for Airbnb in Baton Rouge. Search in the LSU campus area or Spanish Town, Garden District, and Southdowns neighborhoods.

Airports

Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (BTR) – http://flybtr.com/

This is the closest airport to the LSU campus, though flights are usually considerably more expensive than they are at MSY.

Accessible by CATS bus service – https://www.brcats.com/

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) – http://flymsy.com/

Despite the name, this airport is actually located in Kenner, approximately 1 hour by car from Baton Rouge if traffic is light.

Flights are generally much cheaper than at BTR, but ground transportation options are non-existent. Car rental and/or carpooling to and from MSY is recommended.

Ground Transportation

Capital Area Transit System (CATS) – https://www.brcats.com/

To/from BTR airport and getting around the city.

LSU Tiger Trails – https://sites01.lsu.edu/wp/tigertrails/

To/from and around the LSU campus.

Uber – https://www.uber.com/cities/baton-rouge/