[PD] job opening at GSU Atlanta
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Wed Aug 18 03:36:14 CEST 2010
For those interested in academia jobs, a new one appearing at GSU (Georgia State University), Atlanta. See description below, more info and application procedures found at:
DIGITAL MUSIC TECHNOLOGY (open rank, tenure track)
The School of Music at Georgia State University invites
applications for an anticipated tenure-track position in Digital Music
Technology as part of a four-person cluster hire in New Media. Terminal
degree (Ph.D. preferred) in music composition, music technology, sonic
art, or performance (or equivalent professional experience) required.
Demonstrated success in publication and presentation of original
research, and an established record of performances, recordings, and
exhibitions is expected. Salary and rank will be commensurate with
The successful candidate will be a professionally active
composer, performer, or sound artist, engaged in music research that
expresses the currency of digital technology in a number of the
following areas: electroacoustic music, computer music synthesis,
technology in live performance, musical signal processing, multi-channel
sound spatializaton, computer-aided algorithmic composition, musical
psychoacoustics, real time interactivity, hyperimprovisation, interface
design, new/virtual instruments, new interfaces and performance
systems, telematic performance, sound installation, radiophonic art, and
analysis of electroacoustic music. Intersections with digital art,
computer graphics, computer animation, virtual art, Internet art,
interactive art technologies, computer robotics, and art as
biotechnology are highly desirable. Experience with audio recording
production and sound design for video, film, installation, and
performance is also sought. Finally, the candidate should demonstrate
success in the area of external funding support through grants and
Consideration will be given to a person capable of teaching a
broad range of courses in music technology studies and related areas on
the undergraduate and graduate levels within a comprehensive School of
Music. Applicants must demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of contemporary
trends in music, the role of new media and technology in contemporary
music performance and composition, and new developments in the field of
music and technology. Excellent communication and organizational skills
are expected. Well-developed collaborative skills are essential to
facilitate and develop new research and programming agenda within the
School of Music and in collaborations with the following departments:
Communication, School of Art and Design, and English.
Send cover letter, CV, artist statement, statement of
teaching philosophy, representative examples of creative work in the
form of scores, recordings, software applications, published papers, and
etc., three letters of reference, and a supplemental reference list
including contact information. Position will remain open until filled.
Send materials to: Digital Music Technology Search c/o Ms. Julinda
Norton, School of Music, Georgia State University, 75 Poplar Street.
Atlanta, GA 30303.
Georgia State University, a Research University of the University System of Georgia, is an AA/EEO employer.
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