The Music, Sensors and Emotion (MuSE) research group is a multidisciplinary team focused on both qualitatively and quantitatively measuring the relationship between music and emotion and using this information to inform musical composition and performance. Ongoing areas of research include:
- Integral music control: Using both gestural and emotional interactions to control digital musical instruments.
- The use of physiological and kinematic ambulatory monitoring to measure gesture and emotion during performance.
- Physiological monitoring of audiences during performance
- Contagion of emotion and physiological signals between performer and audience