[ANPPOM-Lista] Denis Smalley Scholarship in Electronic Music: call for applications

Carlos Palombini cpalombini em gmail.com
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Denis Smalley Scholarship in Electronic Music *University of
Huddersfield*-Centre for Research in New Music (CeReNeM)

*Call for Applications *

The Music Department of the University of Huddersfield offers PhD
scholarships in Composition, Electronic Music, Musicology, and Performance,
each named after a recent recipient of an honorary doctorate from the
university. The Jonathan Harvey (Composition), Denis Smalley (Electronic
Music), and Duncan Druce (Performance) Scholarships are open for
applications for PhD studies beginning in October 2014.

The *Denis Smalley Scholarship in Electronic Music *is open to applicants
in all areas of electronic music research, including computer music
composition, live electronics, interactive technologies, improvisation, and
sound art.

   - Full waiver of tuition fees, *£5,000* annual stipend
   - Full-time PhD study, three years beginning in October 2014
   - Competitive scholarship open to new UK, EU and International PhD
   - Supervision from internationally renowned staff
   - Opportunities for performance, publication, teaching experience,
   collaborative projects
   - Additional financial support through the University's Researcher
   Development Fund of up to *£5,750* per year for activities including
   travel, research networking, public engagement
   - Candidate is required to be resident in Huddersfield for the duration
   of the scholarship

In addition to an affiliation with the Centre for Research in New Music
(CeReNeM), the successful applicant may also draw on the resources of the
Sound.Music.Image research centre (SMI/rc); Huddersfield Centre for
Performance Research (HuCPeR); Centre for the Study of Music, Gender and
Identity (MuGI); or Popular Music Studies Research Group. The department
has international exchange agreements with Kunstuniversität Graz,
Musik-Akademie Basel, and the Norwegian Center for Technology in Music and
Art (NOTAM), which may provide opportunities for external PhD supervision,
where appropriate, and further outlets for performance and research

The University of Huddersfield is home to the Huddersfield Contemporary
Music Festival, the British Music Collection archive, and one of the
leading electronic music studios in the UK, including Phipps Concert Hall,
interfaced with a 32-track Pro Tools HD-based Recording Studio, the
SRIF-funded SPIRAL 25.4-channel digital spatialisation laboratory, two
8-channel studios, three 5.1 studios with video editing facilities, three
stereo studios with dedicated recording booth, an interactive sound lab,
three 25-computer workstation rooms, and the SRIF-funded 48-channel HISS
(Huddersfield Immersive Sound System). All studios are equipped with top of
the line hardware, software, and plug-ins, and the department offers an
impressive collection of industry-leading microphones and portable
recording equipment, including a 26-track location recording setup with
class-A preamps. Our visiting artist concert series brings world-class
musicians to the department, who each perform student works in their
concerts as well as offering workshop opportunities, and the annual
Electric Spring Festival presents the work of leading electronic music
composers, performers, and programmers.

Additional information is available here:

To apply: http://www.hud.ac.uk/researchdegrees/howtoapply/
Closing date: *1 March 2014* (postmark)

To apply for this post, please click on the* 'Apply'* button below.

Applications should be accompanied by audio/video recordings along with
articles or other examples of written work. Folios may also be sent
electronically to the contacts below. Please clearly indicate on the online
application form that you are applying for the Smalley Scholarship.

*Enquiries:* Dr Aaron Cassidy (Research Coordinator, Music and Music
a.cassidy em hud.ac.uk

Prof Monty Adkins (Professor of Experimental Electronic Music)
m.adkins em hud.ac.uk
carlos palombini
professor de musicologia ufmg
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