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Music PhD Programme

We have a global reputation for our world-leading research in composition, ethnomusicology, musicology, music technology, performance and psychology of music. Read more

Research opportunities in the Department of Music

The Department of Music at York is internationally recognised for creative, practical and scholarly approaches to music, and allows you the time and space to develop your own distinctive approach to the discipline. Read more

Interactive spatial audio rendering

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Impulse response capture of acoustic spaces for convolution-based reverb is a common application in many aspects of audio and music technology practice, and there are standardised approaches that enable high quality immersive virtual acoustic environments to be created based on real-world data. Read more

Real-time Networked based Musical Interaction in virtual immersive environments

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
There is a high demand for making and consuming live music over networked based systems. Virtual recording studios, performance venues and rehearsal spaces are within our technological grasp, bridging gaming technologies, low latency networking and immersive audio strategies. Read more

Atomic level structure and magnetic properties of MRAM

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
As a new generation solid-state memory technology, the Magnetic Radom Access Memory (MRAM) is one of the most promising technologies for data storage, which storages data as a spin state rather than electrical charge. Read more

‘Vowel matching’ in chorus singing

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Modifying vowels is a common technique employed by singers when singing as a group to maximise the blended quality of the sound. Whilst there is natural variation of vowels between speakers and singers, a conscious effort is made to match the quality of vowels between singers. Read more

Auralisation in digital heritage

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Computer visualisation is often used in archaeology, history and cultural heritage to render particular scenes or buildings and aims to offer an additional understanding, insight or experience of a past environment, as well as more effective audience engagement. Read more

Electronic switching of peptide self-assembly: new approaches for directing nanofabrication.

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Biomolecular recognition is considered one of the most promising approaches for high-throughput nanofabrication. For example, the ability of proteins, peptides or DNA to assemble spontaneously into complex and well-defined 3D structures has been exploited for fabricating a range of nano-structured materials and devices. Read more

Computational neuroscience: Statistical signal processing for multivariate neuronal data, Neural computing with Spiking neural networks.

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
How does the human brain work? As you read this text, the pixels on your screen are converted into a series of spike trains passing along the neural pathways in your brain, allowing you to understand the content. Read more

Development of a spin transistor beyond CMOS

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Alongside with the Departmental research theme, "Advanced Computational Technologies," we seek a PhD student who is interested in developing a next-generation transistor using not electron charges but electron spins. Read more

Soundscape Research: Analysis, Auralisation, and Assessment

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
The simulation of sounds in our natural environment is important for us be able to more reliably model and analyse the acoustic results of small or large-scale, human interventions, such as a newly proposed road, airport or rail project. Read more

Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Recent developments in low cost VR displays have led to a resurgence of research into binaural 3-D audio. Whilst a good 3-D audio experience can be given using the state of the art technologies, there are still many problems to be solved. Read more

Development of Spin based Transistors with 2D Materials

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Over the past few decades, size of transistors has been tremendously reduced from a few centimetres to a few tens of nanometres. This trend in down scaling the device size has almost reached its ultimate physical limitation, challenging Moore’s Law which has been valid for almost half a century. Read more

Spintronics with Topological Semimetals

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
According to Moore’s law, the number of transistors in integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years. If this trend continues, the atomic length scales will be reached within several years. Read more

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