From Wired magazine to CNN, BBC Radio 3 and the Telegraph, the impact of our Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research’s groundbreaking work has been reported far and wide.
technology is ubiquitous in all aspects of music,
and understanding the relationship between the people who make music
happen and computing technologies is pivotal for the future of the music
From avant-garde contemporary music to entertainment media for mass consumption, smart sound design and synthetic music pervades a wide range of creative practices.
The ICCMR is affiliated to the University’s Centre for Research in the Humanities, Music and Performing Arts (HuMPA) and to the Cognition Institute. It offers a number of unprecedented opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary research with theatre, dance, psychology and neuroscience.
The impact of our groundbreaking research has been widely reported across numerous media channels, including:
- BBC Radio 3
- BBC World Service
- New Scientist
- The Telegraph
The Centre also has an excellent funding track record, with over £2.5m raised to fund its research within the last few years.