Since 1991, year in which I published my first academic paper as a freelance independent researcher, I have authored 18 articles in journals and book chapters, as well as 50+ peer-reviewed conference papers and given 20+ invited presentations and keynote talks. Of these publications, 50+ have received a total of 1200+ citations, the most cited one with 310+ citations (Google Scholar, March 2013).
- List of publications at the Music Technology Group DB
- List of publications at Google Scholar
- List of publications at ResearchGate
Selection of Journal publications
Jordà, S. (1999). Faust Music On Line: (FMOL) An Approach To Real-Time Collective Composition On The Internet, Leonardo Music Journal 9:5-12.
Jordà, S. (2002). FMOL: Toward User-Friendly, Sophisticated New Musical Instruments. Computer Music Journal Number 26-3: 23-39.
Jordà, S. (2002). Improvising with Computers: A Personal Survey (1989-2001). Journal of New Music Research 31-1: 1-10.
Jordà, S. (2004). Instruments and Players: Some Thoughts on Digital Lutherie. Journal of New Music Research 33-3: 321-341.
Jordà, S. (2008). On Stage: the Reactable and other Musical Tangibles go Real. International Journal of Arts and Technology, 1-3/4: 268-287.
Jordà, S., Julià, C.F., Gallardo, D. (2010). Interactive Surfaces an Tangibles. Crossroads, ACM Magazine for Students 4-16:21-28.
Selected Books & Chapters
Jordà, S. (1997). "Guía Monográfica del Audio Digital y el MIDI". Anaya Multimedia, Madrid, Spain. Since the book has long been discontinued, you can download the full PDF or consult the HTML version.
Jordà, S. (2007). Interactivity and Live Computer Music, in "The Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music" 89-106, Edited by Nick Collins and Julio d’Escrivan. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
Xambó, A., Laney R., Dobbyn C., and Jordà S. (2013). Video analysis for evaluating music interaction: musical tabletop. In "Music and Human-Computer Interaction", Simon Holland, Editor. Springer Series on Cultural Computing, Springer Verlag, London, UK.
My Phd dissertation
- Jordà, S. (2005). "Digital Lutherie Crafting musical computers for new musics' performance and improvisation". Phd. dissertation, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.
My first academic paper