This VR project, made commonly with Samer Darkazanli, follows the success of the award-winning android application “Jeu d’harmonie” (ELLESGorithme, 2016) and a series of experiments held with students in France and Poland during 2013-2015. The related scientific publications appeared in 2014, 2016a, 2016b, 2016c and 2019 respectively.

The project has also been discussed during a seminar “Réalité virtuelle et intelligence artificielle. Utopie ou véritable avenir pour l’enseignement et la FAD” on the 14th of November 2019 organised by REFAD (Réseau d’enseignement francophone à distance du Canada).

The content of the learning activities is based on the original methodology of diatonic harmony representation as a series of graphs, organized in horizontal and vertical triads, following the internal rules of connection between those graphs. This methodology was also applied to music analysis and AI classification models creation. Read the rest of this entry »

Presentation to the international conference EVA London 2019 held from 8 to 11 July in London:


Presentation to the international conference EVA Florence held on 8 and 9 May in Florence:

EvaFlorence 2019 presentation cover

Presentation to the international conference Arvo Pärt: Icon of Modernity held on 11 September at Senate House, organized by   Royal Academy of Music (London, UK):


Presentation to the international conference Mouvement et modèles dynamiques dans la pensée musicale held on 11-12 May at the Centre de documentation de la musique contemporaine (Paris, France):

The conference program on the site of Centre de documentation de la musique contemporaine (CDMC):

The conference program on the site of the Institut de recherche en musicologie (IreMus):




In December 2016 my application Jeu d’harmonie gained the prize of the first international competition for the best mobile application related to education and written by a female programmer ELLESgorithme. The competition is organised by IFIC in Paris (Institut de la Francophonie pour l’ingénierie de la connaissance et la formation à distance).


A new article published together with assist. prof. Jemielnik has appeared in the monograph Music Pedagogy. Ideals. Values. Pragmatics published by Athenae Gadanenses (Poland). 

ABSTRACT: The object of present research consists of an evaluation of the experiment results on the implementation of new forms and methods in music harmony knowledge representation. The experiment consisted of two stages and was held at the Institute of Music of Maria Curie‑Sklodowska University in Lublin (during the academic years 2012/2013 and 2014/2015) and at the Faculty of Music of Bordeaux University (during the academic year 2013/2014). Both stages were conducted using the possibilities of the Moodle platform for distance education of Maria Curie‑Sklodowska University. The goal of the first stage of the experiment was to compare traditional in-class lessons (with a control group) and the lessons supported with possibilities provided by the Moodle platform (with an experimental group). The evaluation of the visualization methods efficiency, applied in lessons with the experimental group, was of special interest. The second Read the rest of this entry »

1. Exploration des triades horizontales:

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This presentation contains the illustrative material to the presentation made for the International EVA London 2016 Conference ( held on 12-14 July 2016:


The text of the conference publication is available under the following link: