Mariana Seiça

Mariana Seiça is an audiovisual designer, with a Bachelor and Master's Degree in Design and Multimedia in the University of Coimbra. She is currently a PhD student at the same institution, enrolled in the Doctoral Program in Information Science and Technology, as well as a teaching assistant in both Bachelor and Master degree courses.

She is a research member of the Computational Design and Visualization Lab, with her research focusing on sound as a communication tool. Her research themes include Sound Design, Human-Computer Interaction and Computational Design, with a particular interest in the Sonification and Computational Music fields, where she embraces her enthusiasm for musical forms.

Email: marianac@dei.uc.pt
ORCID: 0000-0001-5450-5459
Google Scholar: link
Research Gate: link

Awards


Related projects

02/09/2020

Planar

08/09/2019

Sonus Populi: Installation at “Dar a Ouvir”

28/09/2017

Best Paper Award – CMMR 2017

In Proceedings

  • M. Seiça, L. Roque, P. Martins, and A. F. Cardoso, “Contrasts and similarities between two audio research communities in evaluating auditory artefacts,” in Proceedings of Audio Mostly (AM’20), September 15–17, 2020, Graz, Austria, 2020.

  • M. Seiça, P. Martins, L. Roque, and A. F. Cardoso, “A Sonification Experience to Portray the Sounds of Portuguese Consumption Habits,” in Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD 2019), 2019.

  • M. Seiça, A. Rodrigues, A. F. Cardoso, P. Martins, and P. Machado, “Computer Generation and Perception Evaluation of Music-Emotion Associations,” in 14th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, Marseille, France, October 14-18, 2019, 2019, p. 789.

  • M. Seiça, R. B. Lopes, P. Martins, and A. F. Cardoso, “Sonifying Twitter’s Emotions Through Music,” in Music Technology with Swing – 13th International International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, CMMR 2017, Matosinhos, Portugal, September 25-28, 2017, Revised Selected Papers, 2017, pp. 586-608.