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Palle Dahlstedt (b.1971), artist, composer and researcher from Sweden. He has studied piano, composition and electronic music (MFA, MA), and has a PhD in evolutionary computation for artistic creativity. Dahlstedt studies the deep entanglement of art and advanced technology, particularly in relation to creative and aesthetic implications. He develops new technologies for improvization, composition and art, and is especially interested in technologies that allow for embodied performance on electronic sounds, and new kinds of interactions between musicians, based on a system view of emergence from human-technology interactions. He has contributed technologies and theories to the field of computational creativity, and has received extensive artistic research funding from the Swedish Research Council. Dahlstedt has collaborated with international universities such as University of California Berkeley (CNMAT), Stanford University (CCRMA), and Monash University, Melbourne. Currently, he is part a research project funded by Princeton University, about the electronic instrument design. Dahlstedt was 2015–2018 Obel Professor in Art & Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark, and is currently Associate Professor in Computer-Aided Creativity and head of the Interaction Design Division at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chalmers, and also lecturer in electronic music composition at the Academy of Music and Drama, Gothenburg.
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- evolutionary algorithms
- generative art
- multi-agent systems