Promote multidisciplinary research in the field of piano pedagogy in order to establish a better understanding of piano learning and piano teaching.
Establish a common field of interest and facilitate collaborations among researchers in a variety of disciplines: music, education, cognitive sciences, psychology, neuroscience, health sciences, engineering, and information technology.
Offer academic programs which will allow students to train in piano pedagogy research and actively participate in projects
of the multidisciplinary teams associated with the Piano Laboratory.
Build significant partnerships with other research institutions, piano teachers’ associations, and members of the private sector.
Lama Issa from the Faculty of Science and Nicholas Séguin from the School of Psychology will have a poster presentation at the 8th UROP 2018 Symposium in Jock Turcot University Centre on Thursday, March 22.