Get Involved

We are always keen for motivated people to come and work with us. There are several ways to get involved, from studying a PhD or MSc to academic and postdoctoral job opportunities. We are also in continuous collaboration with industry, NGOs, and academic and public sector partners. We enjoy collaborations with departments across Queen Mary, including Cognitive Science, Advanced Robotics, Drama, and Intelligent Sensing. We are located in Mile End in East London, with excellent transport links and an active campus.

Study for an MSc in Sound and Music Computing (SMC)

The Centre for Digital Music is strongly involved in developing and running QMUL’s Master of Science in Sound and Music Computing programme. The MSc allows you to become an expert in sound and music computing by developing new tools or products, like audio processors or instruments, and contribute to the expanding music and media technology sector. Prepare for your career by merging your interest in music with technology and align your passion for music with technology through two specialised streams:

  • AI and Music Data Science stream, focusing on music distribution and data analytics, and the
  • Audio and Music Engineering stream, dedicated to crafting innovative music hardware and more.

For more information please visit the SMC programme website: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/coursefinder/courses/sound-and-music-computing-msc/

Study for a PhD

PhD funding is available through multiple schemes. These include:

For PhD enquiries, please drop a line to the most appropriate academic supervisor. In several cases, there is a significant opportunity to jointly shape the direction of research.

For PhD enquiries related to the AIM CDT please send an email to aim-enquiries@qmul.ac.uk.

Parnerships and Jobs

Look at our Partners section with a list of collaborations we have worked in. If you are interested in collaborations with C4DM, please contact Prof Mark Sandler at mark.sandler@qmul.ac.uk.

We often have openings for Academic Staff and Postdoctoral Research Assistants. These jobs will be advertised on https://www.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/ (look out for "Academic and Research Jobs" and "School of Electronic Engineering & Computer Science") and on http://www.jobs.ac.uk/, which also provides an email update service.

Postdoctoral and Early Career funding sources include:

For postdoc enquiries, please drop a line to the most appropriate academic host.

For early career enquiries, please contact Prof Mark Sandler at mark.sandler@qmul.ac.uk.

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