2015/03/05, Luwei Yang, “AVA: A System for Automatic Vibrato Analysis”, oral presentation, Automation Department, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
2015/02/13-2015/02/15, Luwei Yang, Khalid Z. Rajab, Elaine Chew, “A Probabilistic Vibrato Analysis System using the Filter Diagonalization Method”, poster session, International Workshop on Mathemusical Conversations, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
2015/02/12, Luwei Yang, “Vibrato Detection and Analysis: A Cross-Cultural Case Study”, Pre-workshop Study Day, Raffles Institute, Singapore.
2014/12/16, Luwei Yang, Khalid Z. Rajab and Elaine Chew (Queen Mary University of London), “Filter Diagonalization Method-based Automatic Vibrato Detection and Analysis“, poster session, Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2014(DMRN+9), Queen Mary University of London, London.
2014/06/30-2014/07/03, Volunteer, 14th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Goldsmiths, University of London.
2014/06/11, Luwei Yang, oral presentation on “Cross-cultural analysis of vibrato: A case study comparing erhu and violin playing styles”, CompMusic Seminar. Culture specific approaches in music technology: Turkish music case, Istanbul Technical University Turkish Music Conservatory, Istanbul, Turkey. [slides]
2014/02/17, Guest Lecturer Vibrato Performance Style: A Case Study Comparing Erhu and Violin, in ECS729 Music and Speech Analysis, Queen Mary University of London.
2013/12/17, Luwei Yang, Elaine Chew and Khalid Z. Rajab (Queen Mary University of London), “Vibrato performance style: A case study comparing erhu and violin“, poster session, Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2013(DMRN+8), Queen Mary University of London, London.
2013/01-2013/03, Teaching Assistant, ECS416U Introduction to Multimedia, Queen Mary University of London.
2012/12/02, Volunteer, Inspired by Digital (LCO and C4DM). Handing out name badges and programme booklets at the registration desk, directing attendees where to go (e.g. toilets, restaurants, Tube station), and passing around the handheld microphone for audience questions during the Q&A periods.
2012/09-2012/12, Teaching Assistant, ECS401U Procedural Programming, Queen Mary University of London.