05/2017 - now
University of Regensburg
Doctoral student (Dr. phil.)
10/2013 - 03/2017
University of Regensburg
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Thesis: “Konzeption und Implementierung eines Informationssystems zur explorativen Melodieanalyse”
10/2010 - 09/2013
University of Regensburg
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Information science, media informatics
Thesis: “Usability mobiler Web-Browser”
10/1999 - 06/2009
Karlsgymnasium Bad Reichenhall
Higher education entrance qualification (Allgemeines Abitur)
05/2017 - now
Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, Sindelfingen
01/2013 - 03/2017
Pfeil & Bogen
Marketing communications agency, Regensburg
12/2010 - 12/2013
Retail chain, Regensburg
Accomodation job for stock replenishment
07/2009 - 09/2010
Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz
Humanitarian organization, Bad Reichenhall
Community service and occupation as driver in transport support
Master thesis: “Konzeption und Implementierung eines Informationssystems zur explorativen Melodieanalyse”
This work describes the conception and implementation of an information system for explorative melody analysis. The object of investigation consists of resources for folk music research from the Regensburger Liedblattsammlung. Through the possibilities of machine processing of musical pieces a web-based access to the digital indexed songsheets is created. Therefore, techniques from the area of music information retrieval, in particular the melodic similarity, are used in order to be able to search the inventory for melodic pa erns. The connection to the already digitally edited lyrics and meta information of the songsheets also offers the possibility to search the collection for a variety of parameters, as well as words or phrases within the lyrics.
The project presents a toolbox for operations with proprietary musicJSON.
Main features involve generating notes, intervals or parsons code, the creation of ngrams and calculating edit-distance.
The project presents a converter from proprietary musicJSON to abc notation.
The project is about a custom Content-Management-System for a rockband website. The frontend is implemented in AngularJS with custom directives, to fetch necessary content from the webserver. The backend is based on Laravel 5 and strongly interconnected with social media platforms like Facebook and Soundcloud.
- Laravel, AngularJS
- Facebook API, Soundcloud API
Music XML Analyzer
In this project at university i was responsible for setting up the backend and server architecture. Another liability was the rendering and export of results as notes.
Team members: Lechler, D., Schneider, M. & Semmelmann, T.
- Laravel, PostgreSQL, VexFlow, Dropzone.js, D3.js
Collaborative Tabletop Music Search
The project outlines a concept for a music streaming client on a multitouch table. My tasks where to create frontend components, handle music streaming and connect to the Spotify API.
Team members: Adlfinger, M., Lechler, D. & Semmelmann, T.
- C#, XAML
- Microsoft PixelSense, WPF Application Framework
- Echo Nest API, Spotify API
The project showcases a toolbox of the Web Audio API in a playful way. The user can combine multiple instruments and effects to create a unique sound. My job was the implementation of virtual turntables, a virtual record box as well as designing parts of the frontend.
Team members: Adlfinger, M. & Forster, S.
- jQuery, jQuery UI
- Web Audio API
Burghardt, M. & Lamm, L. (2017).
Entwicklung eines Music Information Retrieval-Tools zur Melodic Similarity-Analyse deutschsprachiger Volkslieder.
In: Eibl, M. & Gaedke, M. (Hrsg.), INFORMATIK 2017. Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn. (pp. 87-99).
Burghardt, M., Lamm, L., Lechler, D., Schneider, M., & Semmelmann, T. (2016).
Tool-based Identification of Melodic Patterns in MusicXML Documents.
In Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts.
Paper on Researchgate
Article in DH Regensburg Blog
Burghardt, M., Lamm, L., Lechler, D., Schneider, M., & Semmelmann, T. (2015).
MusicXML Analyzer. Ein Analysewerkzeug für die computergestützte Identifikation von Melodie-Patterns.
In Proceedings des 9. Hildesheimer Evaluierungs- und Retrievalworkshops (HiER) (pp. 29-42).
Lamm, L., Burghardt, M., & Wolff, C. (2014).
Vergleichende Evaluation zur Usability mobiler Web-Browser.
In Proceedings of the Mensch und Computer, MuC '14 (pp. 105-114).
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