Stefano Silvestri holds an MA degree in Electronic Music and New Technology at Conservatory of Naples with Agostino Di Scipio: he is also an undergraduate student in Computer Science at the Federico II University. He specializes in Algorithmic Composition and Musical Signal Processing, researching in the fields of: electro-acoustic, musical complexity and Sound Emergency, chaotic signals, internal-feedback, stochastic music, also designs circuits for: sound synthesis, Interaction design, Physical computing, Human-computer interfaces, systems for installations. He uses many open source hardware/software tools, programming for example in Arduino, Processing, SuperCollider, Pure Data. His publications and compositions have been presented in computer music and electronics-related events, such as: CIM “Colloquio di Informatica Musicale”, Maker Faire Rome 2013, Art of Sound, Sound of Art, La Terra Fertile, Settimana Italiana delle Arti, MusiC-Age, Premio Nazionale delle Arti, Emu-meeting, Microcosmos “Le Arti del Suono” Dissonanzen, DI_stanze, ScarlattiLabElectronics, Centenario della nascita di John Cage, Panorama Festival. Some of his works have been published on CD by “Die ZEIT Schachtel” label.
Stefano also has its own web site at http://elettronicamusicale.wordpress.com