Theoretical physics, PhD in Composition, Department of Mathematics and Informatics; Università di Palermo, Italy
Maria Mannone is a theoretical physicist and a composer. She graduated in Italy, France (IRCAM-Paris VI Sorbonne), and in the US (University of Minnesota). Her research involves mathematics, music, and images. Author of books, she gave talks and invited lectures in America, Europe, and Asia, where she is collaborating with the Tohoku University for the development of a new musical instrument, the CubeHarmonic. Currently, she is a subject expert (“cultore della materia”) at the Department of Mathematics and Informatics in Palermo.
- M. Mannone, E. Kitamura, J. Huang, R. Sugawara, P. Chiu, and Y. Kitamura, CubeHarmonic: A New Musical Instrument Based on Rubik’s Cube with Embedded Motion Sensor, ACM SIGGRAPH ’19, Los Angeles, California, USA, pages 53:1-53:2, 2019.
- M. Mannone and F. Favali, Categories, Musical Instruments, and Drawings: A Unification Dream, Proceedings of the Conference of Mathematics and Computation in Music, Madrid. M. Montiel, F. Gómez and O. Agustín-Aquino (editors), Springer, pages 59-72, 2019.
- M. Mannone and L. Turchet, Shall We (Math and) Dance?, Proceedings of the Conference of Mathematics and Computation in Music, Madrid. M. Montiel, F. Gómez and O. Agustín-Aquino (editors), Springer, pages 84-97, 2019.
- M. Mannone, Have Fun with Math and Music. invited, Mathematics and Computation in Music Conf., Madrid. M. Montiel, F. Gómez and O. Agustín-Aquino (editors), Springer, pages 379-382, 2019.
- M. Mannone, Introduction to Gestural Similarity in Music. An Application of Category Theory to the Orchestra. Journal of Mathematics and Music, 12 (2), 63-87, 2018.
All publications see here: http://mariamannone.com/pubblicazioni.html