Chen Si, School of Digital Media and Design Arts, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. Graduated from the National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts composition and composition technology theory
David Coll is a composer of concert music, installation art, and interdisciplinary projects that engage physical presence with technology to create works of dramatic, introspective, and often playful effect.
Professor and Doctoral Advisor of the Composition Department at the Central Conservatory of Music
Dong Liqiang was born in 1963 in Qingdao, Shandong Province. In 1990 Dong Liqiang graduated early with honors from the Composition Department of the CCOM
Du Yuxing graduated from Communication University of China in 2013，majored in electronic music production. She is now continuing her study in musicology (music creation and performance research direction)
Classical music studies (Piano, Musical and literature history, harmony, practical harmony, Chor direction, counterpoint, fuga, instrumental composition etc.) at the Royal Conservatories of Mons and Brussels and with Jean Absil (1964-74).
Guan Liqiong, a composer in Central Conservatory of Music, majoring in electronic music composition, Ph. D., member of China Electronic Music Association, lecturer of Music Department of Xinjiang Arts Institute.
Hou Xingyi was born in Harbin, Heilongjiang ,on 18 February 1995. Being a committed professional dance student since young, she had been in active participation in many competitions with outstanding rankings
Christopher Jette is a curator of lovely sounds, creating work as a composer and new media artist. His creative work explores the artistic possibilities at the intersection of human performers/creators and technological tools.
Jeff Kaiser is a music technologist, trumpet player, composer, conductor, and scholar. Classically trained as a trumpet player, Kaiser now views his traditional instrument as hybrid with new technology in the form of software and hardware interfaces.
Panayiotis Kokoras is an internationally award-winning composer and computer music innovator, and currently an Associate Professor of composition and CEMI (Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia) director at the University of North Texas.
Huizi Li was majored in Electronic Organ before earning her Electronic Music Composition master degree in Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China. She is a current doctor studying with professor Xiaofu Zhang in Central Conservatory of Music.
Li Pengyun,associate professor of Composition Department, Wuhan Conservatory Of Music; postgraduate supervisor; dean of The Research Office of Recording Art. Member of electronic Music Association of China（EMAC）
Li Qiuxiao is currently a lecturer at the ZheJiang Conservatory of Music. She received a DMA in Central Conservatory of Music. In 2014 she came to United State to study composition as a visiting scholar at University of Missouri of Kansas City.
Li Tao is a composer, percussionist, conductor and pianist from China. She is an honors graduate from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing (CHN) and DePaul University in Chicago (IL) with degrees in music composition.
Takeyoshi Mori is a composer, programmer, and educator whose works have been performed at Musica Viva 2007 in Portugal, ICMC 2008 in Belfast, DengakuIII in Tokyo, NYCEMF 2009, 101Tokyo in Iceland, ICMC 2012 in Ljubljana.
Loup Mormont has studied electroacoustic composition at the Conservatoire Royal de Mons under the direction of Annette Vande Gorne. Since then, his music has been heard in several festivals in Belgium and all across Europe.
Sangbong Nam is a Korean-born composer and a researcher. He is now a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Arts and Technologies at Seoul National University (CATSNU) and a Composer-in-Residence with the Prime Philharmonic Orchestra in Korea.
Jon Christopher Nelson (b. 1960) is currently a Professor at the University of North Texas where he serves as an associate of CEMI (Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia) and also the Associate Dean of Operations.
Kevin Patton is a musician, scholar, and technologist active in the fields of experimental music and multimedia theatre whose work explores the intersection of technology and performance through the prism of the American experimental and improvisatory music traditions.
Mengjie (Maggie) Qi is a composer and sound artist. Her works have been performed widely at international festivals, including ICMC (Amsterdam, Shanghai), Audio Arts Festival (Krakow), WOCMAT in Taiwan, CIME General Assembly concerts (North Texas, Moscow)
Composer Neil Rolnick pioneered the use of computers in musical performance, beginning in the late 1970s. Based in New York City since 2002, his music has been performed world wide, including recent performances in China and Mexico and across the US.
Workers daily newspaper new media editor, major in electronic music production ,Communication University of China ,good at new age, popular works creation, graduate students during the main multimedia research and creation.
Horacio Vaggione was born in Argentina in 1943. He lives in Paris since 1978. He studied piano and composition at the National University of Cordoba, Argentina, and then musicology and aesthetics at the University of Paris VIII, where he received a Doctorate.
Wang Chi (China)Interactive electronic music performance and electronic music composition
Wang Chi is a composer and performer. Chi enjoys making music and intermedia art that involve Computer Human Interaction. Her current research and composition interests include data driven instruments and sound design.
Wu Zhen is a member of the Electronic Music Association of Chinese Musician Association, studied in the Department of Music Engineering of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music, taught by teacher Jiang Chaoqian who majors in Music Design and Production.
studied in Russia more than ten years, graduated from Russia Ural Moussorgski National Conservatory of Piano and Music Director (electronic and computer music)she is currently the head of the piano teaching and research section of the school of music and dance at Huaqiao University and vice president of the Xiamen electronic music society in Fujian.
an outstanding young composer in China, serves as a guest professor for China Film Music Research Institute in Beijing Film Academy, a member in the Chinese Musicians Association and a committee member in All-China Youth Federation.
Yuyang Zhong began to study cello at the age of 5, studied by Liu Ping, a national first class actor. In 2017, he was awarded the master’s degree at the band School of Central Conservatory of Music with a professional second.
Zhu Shijia Associate Professor and PHD of Electro-acoustic Music Composition in Central Conservatory of Music, Jury of Electro-Acoustic Music Competition of MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING，a member of a council of E.M.A.C (Electro acoustic Music Association of China).