2.5 years Postdoctoral Fellowship at Huddersfield
This is a super interesting post opening here…
Below is the call and the description. Do not hesitate to contact Monty or me for further details.
Those of you who know our department (from the ICMC etc.) will know that we have a very strong composition team and an equally strong electronic/computer music team. What we are essentially looking for is someone to bridge this gap.
Although the Researcher will have carte blanche to investigate and develop research in this area, we have a number of research projects within the department that are on-going or just starting that involve Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, Alex Harker and me looking into this field. If you want more details regarding PA’s research project with Alex developing the HISS Tools (MSP R&D Software) please contact email@example.com. We strongly hope and anticipate that the successful researcher will become part of an ongoing research team and so, part of future research bids in order to extend the contract.
Additional to the post description below – from my research budget, the Fellow will have access to upto £2000 research expenses for international travel/conferences etc. per year.
Prof. Monty Adkins
Director of Research (Music/Music Technology)
Dr Pierre Alexandre Tremblay
Director of Studios/HISS, Reader in Composition
School of Music, Humanities & Media
£31,159 – £35,068
Fixed-term for 2 years
The University of Huddersfield Department of Music is seeking to expand its extensive research profile with the appointment of a research fellow.
We invite applications for the position of Research Fellow in the Department of Music (Music and Music Technology). You should have a proven track record of excellence in research through publications and/or international performances and where applicable evidence of external grant income.
We strongly believe in research-led teaching. You will be appointed to a contract that includes up to six hours teaching per week but will not be expected to engage in academic administration. Research funds within the Department will be assigned to this post to facilitate presentation at national and international conferences and composition premieres.
The post will be in one of the two following areas:
. Popular Music Studies
The forthcoming Research Centre for Popular Music Studies invites applicants for the position of Research Fellow. Research areas may include the intersection of dance culture and religion, electronic dance music culture or in popular music composition and/or analysis.
. Composition and live electronics
Following the successful hosting of the International Computer Music Conference in 2011, the Centre for Research in New Music would like to invite applicants for the position Research Fellow in the field of live electronic composition. Research areas may include composition for instruments and interactive electronics, new interfaces, audio spatialisation, sound installation, physical modeling and computer-assisted composition.
You should include with your completed application form a curriculum vitae, a research proposal (maximum 750 words) and a list of research outputs.
For further information, please contact Prof. Monty Adkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Closing date: 24 October 2011
Interview date: 17 November 2011
For further details and an application form visit http://www.hud.ac.uk/jobs < http://www.hud.ac.uk/jobs>< http://www.hud.ac.uk/jobs>
Alternatively contact the Personnel Office on 01484 472845.
Working for Equal Opportunities.