Read here (http://cim.lim.di.unimi.it/2018_CIM_XXII_Atti.pdf) the proceedings of the XXII CIM conference (Federico Fontana and Andrea Gulli eds., organized by the AIMI – Associazione di Informatica Musicale Italiana), with a great diversity of researches that bring much excitement and promise to the field of Electroacoustic Music, Computer Music, Sound Design and Sound Studies. The general theme of the 2018 edition – dedicated to Jean-Claude Risset – was the relationship between sound and machine.
A novelty of this CIM has been the introduction of the Teresa Rampazzi prize to the most original electroacoustic composition selected from the call for music, an award that has accompanied the Aldo Piccialli prize to the most innovative scientific contribution in the research on musical informatics.
The first edition of the Prix Teresa Rampazzi has been awarded to the piece Astèrion by Rocío Cano Valiño. Special mention goes to th piece Khēmia I by Demian Rudel Rey. Congratulations!