The GIMC (Research Group on Contemporary Music) integrates researchers, composers and performers interested in the multiplicity and diversity of contemporary music manifestations and interdisciplinary work on the 20th and 21st century music.
The members of this Research Group, very active in research and with recognized careers as composers and interpreters, have worked in Portugal and abroad in areas as diverse as technologically assisted music, history of music and analysis, aesthetics, musical creation and interpretation.
Main fields of research
Musical composition; Performance and Reception; Music and Sound Spaces; Electronic Music and Computer Music; Music and interactivity; Sound Technologies and Music Industries; Music and Image; Theory of Music and Analysis, Contemporary and Aesthetic Philosophy; Perception and Musical and Sound Cognition; Music and Sound Representation and Musical Notation; Preservation and Documentation of Musical Heritage.
Ana Cristina Bernardo; Ana Telles; António Sérgio Azevedo; Benoît Gibson; Carlos Caires; Carlos Marecos; Christopher Bochmann; Diogo Alvim; Djalma Martins; Gonçalo Gato; Ivan Moody; Jonas Runa; José Tomás Henriques; Luís Tinoco; Madalena Soveral; Manuel Jerónimo; Maria João Serrão; Nuno Fonseca; Paulo Assis; Paulo Jorge Gaspar; Pedro Taveira; Radu Ungureanu; Rui Pereira Jorge; Tiago Porteiro.
Ana Filipa Magalhães; Andreia Nogueira; Bruno Gabirro; Carla Pires; Elsa Filipe; Ernesto Donoso; Francisco Santiago; Helder Gonçalves; Hugo Paquete; Joana Gama; João Dias; João Ventura; Marija Mihajlovic; Pedro Nuno Marreiros Louzeiro; Ricardo Jacinto; Riccardo Wanke.
Fernando Magre (São Paulo University, Brazil), 2016-2017.