[ 24. Oktober 2011 ]

STELLENAUSSCHREIBUNG – Assistant Professor, Post Docs, Bregman Studio, Department of Music, Dartmouth College, USA

From: Michael Casey
Date: Sun, Oct 23, 2011 at 05:09
Subject: Assistant Professor, Post Docs, Bregman Studio, Department of
Music, Dartmouth College, USA

Dartmouth Department of Music
Assistant Professor of Music, tenure-track, to begin summer/fall 2012
Evaluation of applications begins: November 7th, 2011

Dartmouth’s Department of Music seeks an outstanding faculty member
with an exceptional background in music technology: including, but not
limited to, digital music composition and performance, creative
applications of music information retrieval, or related areas.
Candidates should be committed to innovative teaching in an
undergraduate liberal arts curriculum that integrates composition,
digital music/arts, performance, theory, history, world music, and
jazz studies.

Teaching assignments will include graduate seminars in Dartmouth’s
M.A. program in Digital Musics. Ph.D., D.M.A., or equivalent
professional qualifications. Teaching experience at the university
level desirable. Dartmouth is committed to diversity and strongly
encourages applications from women and minorities. Send letter of
application and CV, as PDF attachments, via e-mail only, to music @
dartmouth . edu with subject line „Assistant Professor Search“.

Evaluation of applications begins on November 7th 2011 and will
continue until the position is filled.

Dartmouth Department of Music
Two Post Doctoral Positions, Full Time
Start: by January 2012, duration 18 months

The Bregman Music and Audio Research Studio at Dartmouth College is
pleased to announce two post-doctoral positions to develop
computational methods and tools for analysis of music and film. The
research is targeted both at emerging applications in multimedia
information retrieval, including Search-By-Groove and Automatic
Curating of Large-Scale Archives, and in the context of humanities
research: musicology and film and media studies. Candidates should be
proficient in at least two of the following areas: machine learning,
with applications to machine listening and/or machine vision, signal
processing and matrix factorization methods, Python and C++, HTML5,
music information retrieval, computational musicology, computational
cinematics, or computational neuroscience.

The Bregman Music and Audio Research Studio investes the links between
audio-visual media, information, computation, neuroscience, and music
production/performance. The Bregman Lab maintains a thriving research
environment which nurtures collaboration between the arts and
sciences. Darting back to 1968, Bregman is internationally known for
developing, among other things, the first commercial digital
synthesizer (the Dartmouth Digital Synthesizer) and the Synclavier I
and Synclavier II digital musical instruments. Now in its 43rd year,
the Bregman Lab’s research is funded by a number of federal, industry,
and private foundation awards. For more information on, or to apply
to, either of these positions contact: mcasey AT dartmouth DOT edu.


Michael Casey

James Wright Professor of Music
Chair, Department of Music
Adjunct Professor Department of Computer Science
Director, Bregman Music and Audio Research Studio
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755, USA