We are excited to share our new Ph.D. student position in Interactive Music Systems using Machine Learning and AI at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. The research focus is understanding interactivity in interdisciplinary musical practices. The selected candidate will take part in the development of novel interactive systems of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for musical applications such as live performances, artwork installations and musical production. This position is fully funded for five years, which is the full duration of the studies, covering 80% research and 20% teaching duties.
The position is hosted at the Interaction Design Unit (IxD) Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department The CSE department is now expanding the IxD division with a new research group in Interactive AI in Music. The current members of this new research group are Assistant Professor Kıvanç Tatar and Professor Palle Dahlstedt. The research perspective centers on aesthetics, ethics, and societal aspects of Artificial Intelligence. The creation of this new research group, as well as this Ph.D. position, is funded by the The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS).
Please feel free to contact me (ta...@chalmers.se) or Palle Dahlstedt (pa...@chalmers.se) if you have questions, and please share the call to people who might be interested.
We are looking forward to receiving your applications. The application deadline is December 18th, 2021. The full details of this position and the link to the application portal can be found at the official call page:
Please use the application
portal at the link above to send your applications.
PS: Apologies for cross
Kıvanç Tatar, Ph.D., M.Mus.,
Musician|Artist|Researcher in Artificial Intelligence for Music and Interactive Arts
Assistant Professor in Interactive AI
Department of Computer Science and Engineering | Interaction Design Unit
Chalmers University of Technology
The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program - Humanities and Society