Greg Schiemer is an Australian electronic music composer and instrument designer. He was Adjunct Professor of Music at ANU and UTS, director of Wollongong University’s interdisciplinary Sonic Arts Research Network, Visiting Associate Research Fellow at the Interactive and Digital Media Institute at the National University of Singapore, Australia Council Composition Fellow at CSIRO Division of Radiophysics, Epping, NSW, and Lecturer in Composition and Music Technology at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He studied composition with Peter Sculthorpe and since the early 1970s his music has been allied with the design of interactive analog and digital instruments, much of it in collaboration with dance. During the 80s and 90s, he produced live public interactive radio events such as the Concert on Bicycles and The Talk Back Piano. His Pocket Gamelan, developed with support from the Australian Research Council, is a network of microtonally tuned java phones that laid the foundation for the Satellite Gamelan app.