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UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM)

School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
4-year PhD Studentships in Artificial Intelligence and Music

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM)

Up to 12 fully-funded PhD studentships to start September 2020
Covers fees and a stipend for four years

Why apply to the AIM Programme?

  • 4-year fully-funded PhD studentships available
  • Extensive choice of projects, drawing on a supervisory team of over 30 academics
  • Access to cutting-edge facilities and expertise in artificial intelligence (AI) and music/audio technology
  • Comprehensive technical training at the intersection of AI and music through a personalised programme
  • Partnerships with over 20 companies and cultural institutions in the music, audio and creative sectors

More information on the AIM Programme can be found at: www.aim.qmul.ac.uk/

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM)

Programme structure

Our Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) offers a four year training programme where students will carry out a PhD in the intersection of AI and music, supported by taught specialist modules, industrial placements, and skills training. Find out more about the programme structure at: www.aim.qmul.ac.uk/about/

Who can apply?

We are on the lookout for the best and brightest students interested in the intersection of music/audio technology and AI. Successful applicants will have the following profile:

  • Hold or be completing a Masters degree at distinction or first class level, or equivalent, in Computer Science, Electronic Engineering, Music/Audio Technology, Physics, Mathematics, or Psychology.
  • Programming skills are strongly desirable; however we do not consider this to be an essential criterion if candidates have complementary strengths.
  • Formal music training is desirable, but not a prerequisite.

For this round of applications we are offering a number of scholarships to applicants who are ordinarily resident in the UK (i.e. have lived and studied/worked in the UK at least the last three years – this includes EU nationals) and a smaller number of scholarships to international students.

Funding

We have 12 fully-funded 4-year PhD studentships available for students starting in September 2020 which will cover the cost of tuition fees and will provide an annual tax-free stipend (£17,009 in 2019/20). The CDT will also provide funding for conference travel, equipment, and for attending other CDT-related events.

Apply Now

Information on applications and PhD topics can be found at: www.aim.qmul.ac.uk/apply
Application deadline: 31 January 2020
Application deadline for China Scholarship Council applicants only: 12 January 2020

For further information on eligibility, funding and the application process please visit our website. Please email any questions to [email protected].


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