Power Points Presentations from Selected Conferences
(June 24, 2022) What are the boldest expectations in Mathematical Music Theory, Eighth International Conference on Mathematics and Computation in Music (MCM 2023), Atlanta, GA.https://www.emiliolluis.org/41.htm
(October 20, 2022) Mathematics in compositional processes: examples and analysis in professional and student products, 7th International MusMat Conference (2021) - 100 Years of Xenakis: His Music and Legacy, Brasil,https://musmat.org/en/congresso/2022-2/
(July 15, 2021) Mathematical Music Theory: lines of research and the educational possibilities they open, 3rd Interdisciplinary and Virtual Conference on Arts in Education. Spain (Plenary talk, Keynote speaker)
(July 1, 2021) A generative model of jazz solo improvisations using LSTM neural networks framed in the language of applied category theory. Workshop “Mathematical and Computational Models in Music”, University of Pavia, (Invited Talk)
(May 3, 2021) The mathematics in musical structures; University of Georgia, (Invited Talk).
(March 11, 2021) Mathematical Music Theory: two sciences, two arts, one field of study. Brock University, Canada (Invited Talk).
(February 7, 2020) The Mathematical Music Composition Workshop. Presentation at the 33rd annual Perimeter College Mathematics Conference.
(February 8, 2020) The Mathematical Music Composition Workshop from a students´ perspective. Presentation together with four of my students at the 33rd annual Perimeter College Mathematics Conference.
(October 2019) Las matemáticas de las estructuras musicales: algunos ejemplos (The mathematics of musical structures: some examples), Institute of Mathematics, Universidad de Seville, Seville Spain (invited talk)- https://www.imus.us.es/es/actividad/2344
(October 2019) Escuchemos las matemáticas. De conceptos matemáticos a estructuras musicales: ejemplos para el aula (Listen to the mathematics. From mathematical concepts to musical structures: examples for the classroom).First meeting on mathematics and music, University of Seville and municipality of Almonte (invited keynote talk). http://alojamientos.us.es/galgo/jmm.html
(March 2019) The mathematics of musical structures, series Women in Mathematics, Mathematics Department, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech, invited talk).
(November 2018) An Overview of Mathematical Music Theory: Two Sciences, Two Arts, One Field of Study, a talk at the GSU Mathematics and Statistics Club.
(March 2016) Mathematical Music Theory/Post Tonal Analysis: A Pilot in Course Pairing, special session on mathematical music theory at the 2016 SE regional AMS meeting, Athens, Ga.
(November 2014) Manuel M. Ponce’s Sonata No. 2 (1916): An Analysis Using Signature Transformations and Spelled Heptachords, invited talk at the International Congress on Music and Mathematics, Puerto Vallarta.
(November, 2013) Pedagogy of Mathematical Music Theory from a Mathematician’s Perspective, invited panel talk for the Mathematics of Music Analysis Interest Group at the Society for Music Theory’s annual meeting, Charlotte NC.
(June 2013) Glarean’s Dodecachordon Revisited. Research talk at the Fourth International Conference on Mathematics and Computation in Music held at McGill University, Montreal
(June 2013) MaMuTh in Academia: Its Presence, Role and Objectives in Departments of Mathematics, Music, and Computer Science. Panel organization and presentation at the Fourth International Conference on Mathematics and Computation in Music held at McGill University, Montreal
(November 2012) Mathematical Music Theory. Mathematics and Statistics Club, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Gainesville State University.
(March 2012) Mathematical Music Theory. Mathematics and Statistics Club, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University.
(July 2011) A Brief Overview of Some Aspects of Mathematical Music Theory. College of Education, Georgia State University.
(November 2010) Rubato Composer and its Pedagogical Use for Advanced Mathematical Concepts. Fourth International Seminar on Mathematical Music Theory. Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico. (Invitation)
(November 2010) Book Presentation. An Introduction to Group Theory with Applications to Mathematical Music Theory by Octavio Agustín, Janine du Plessis, Emilio Lluis Puebla and Mariana Montiel.Fourth International Seminar on Mathematical Music Theory. Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico. (Invitation)
(September 2009) Dimensional Analogy and Different Coordinate Systems, an Onto-Semiotic Approach. Meeting of the PMENA (North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education), Atlanta, Ga.
(September 2009) Linear Algebra Online. GeorgiaOnMyLine evaluation meeting, Georgia State University.
Using the Onto-Semiotic Approach to Identify and Analyze Mathematical Meaning in a Multivariate Context. Presented at theSixth Conference of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME); Leon, France.
(September 2008) Dimension and Dimensional Analogy. Mathematics and Statistics Club, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University.
(May 2005), Mathematical Fluency Measured with Parameters of Language Learning: Generating Solids of Revolution. Mathematics Department, University of New Hampshire.
(October 2003), Efficient Generation of Polynomial Ideals and an Application to Integer programming, Mathematics Department, University of New Hampshire.
(November, 2003), Mathematics and Music, Continuing Education, University of New Hampshire.
(October 1999), The Denotator: Its Structure, Construction and Role in Mathematical Music Theory, XXXII National Congress of the Mexican Mathematical Society, Research Report.
(October 1998), The Application of Mathematical Concepts to the Analysis of the Microtonal Division of the Octave, XXXI National Congress of the Mexican Mathematical Society.
(October 1996), Mathematics and Music: perspectives through time, XXIX National Congress of the Mexican Mathematical Society.