Published Conference Papers
“Metagaming Concepts for Analysing Techniques and Aesthetics in Bytebeat Performance: The Technology Tree, the Tier List, and the Overpowered.” XXII Generative Art 2019, Rome, pp. 177–189.
“The Persistence of Elusion: Hard and Soft Dances.” xCoAx 2018: Proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics, & X, Madrid, pp. 241–244. Porto: Universidade
“Collaborating with Machines: Hybrid Performances Allow a Different Perspective on Generative Art.” Generative Art International Conference 2013, Milan, pp. 114–125. [Link]
“Music in a Mediatized Modernity: Intermedia Counterpoint and Posthuman Performance.” Computer Art Congress 2008 Mexico City, 14 pp. [Link]
“Feedback Instruments: Generating Musical Sounds, Gestures, and Textures in Real Time with Complex Feedback Systems.” International Computer Music Conference 2007, Copenhagen, pp. 469–476. [Link]
“A Dynamic Model of Metric Rhythm in Electroacoustic Music.” International Computer Music Conference 2004, Miami, pp. 480–483. [Link]
“Intermedia Techniques for Acoustic Composition.” National Association of Composers, USA 2018, Kansas City.
Featured lecture: "Science and Fantasy." Art & Science Days 2017, France.
“Weblogmusic: Taking the Mediatized Stage.” Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) 2015, Virginia Tech.
“Transformation of the Classroom for Critical Listening” with Craig Reynolds and Andrew Evertson (BRW Architects). Texas College & University Facilities Professionals Conference 2014, Dallas.
“The Maturation of Electronic Instruments as Posthuman Computation Instruments.” Instruments of the Post-Prohibitive Age 2008, Massachusetts.
“An Improvisatory Intermedia Performance Using Live Audiovisual Sampling to Explore: Mediatization as a Device of Imitative Counterpoint” with Anna Graciela Arenas. Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium 2008, Connecticut.
“Feedback as a Live Source of Musical Content.” Electroacoustic Juke Joint 2007, Mississippi.
Panel on the creation of collaborative intermedia performance, 60 min. Body and Performance Symposium 2004, Texas.
“Toward a Dynamic Application of Metric Rhythm in Electroacoustic Music.” Electronic Music Midwest 2003, Kansas City.
Emily Garcia, "THE INSIDE STORY: Jeff Morris and WITH STRINGS." PARMA Recordings, 2019. [Link]
Emily Garcia, "THE INSIDE STORY: Jeff Morris and INTERFACES." PARMA Recordings, 2018. [Link]
Colby Conway, "Does Productivity Suffer From New and Creative Technologies?" IGI Global, 2017. [Link]
“Preparing Students to Engage the Arts in the 21st Century.” In Mura, Analyzing Art, Culture, and Design in the Digital Age, IGI Global (2015), pp. 188–204.
“‘Research Embodied:’ Reflections on an Architecture-Inspired Intermedia Performance” with
“Humanness, Elevated Through its Disappearance.” In Mura, Metaplasticity in Virtual Worlds: Aesthetics and Semantics Concepts, IGI Global (2011), pp. 102–120.
“Ontological Substance and Meaning in Live Electroacoustic Music.” In Kronland-Martinet, et al., Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval: Genesis of Meaning in Sound and Music (Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series), Springer Verlag (2009), pp. 216–226.
“Fostering a Culture of Creative Interdisciplinary Innovation at Texas A&M University” with
“Embracing a Mediat[is]ed Modernity: An Approach to Exploring Humanity in Posthuman Music.” Performance Paradigm: A Journal of Performance and Contemporary Culture, v. 4 (2008), Issue theme: Emergences—21st Century Performance, 21pp. [Link]
“Structure in the Dimension of Liveness and Mediation.” Leonardo Music Journal (MIT Press), v. 18 (2008), Issue theme: Why Live? Performance in the Age of Digital Reproduction, pp. 59–62. [Link]