Positions at SARC (School of Music & Sonic Arts, Queen’s University
Lectureship in Computer Programming for Musical Applications
This post is intended to develop personal research in the area of
computer programming for musical applications and to undertake
research as part of the team at the Sonic Arts Research Centre.
The aim of this post is to produce high-quality research in the area
of new media. Applicants must have a strong background in
theoretical, artistic or technical aspects on new media as well as a
commitment to an interdisciplinary approach to technological creative
arts. Areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, locative
media, mobile and wireless technologies, computer gaming and other
areas of the sonic arts.
SARC has a number of PhD studentships to offer in 2006/7 including
international students of the highest academic calibre. Details of
research areas, application processes and deadlines are available at: http://www.sarc.qub.ac.uk
School of Music & Sonic Arts
The School currently has a PhD programme with ca. 40 students
enrolled, 20 MA students and ca. 100 BSc Music Technology students.
In September staff at SARC will collaborate with the School of
Electronic and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science on the
delivery of a new four-year degree in Computer Game Design and
Development. The degree will draw on expertise in SARC, ECIT and in
other Schools at Queen’s.
Sonic Arts Research Centre
Queens University of Belfast