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(Senior) Lectureship in Audio, Queen's University Belfast

Dear List,

There is a career opportunity for a "Lecturer in Audio" or "Senior Lecturer in Audio" at Queen's University Belfast: http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofCreativeArts/Connect/JobOpportunities/#audio

He or she should have a good research record from a relatively broad range of relevant disciplines in science or engineering. "Lecturer" and "Senior Lecturer" correspond roughly to "Assistant Professor" and "Associate professor" in the US (I believe).

In terms of teaching, students will range from musicians to audio engineers (in different classes) and potential modules include acoustics, psychology of music, digital signal processing, spatial audio, programming, and psychoacoustics. There is scope for developing new modules in line with your interests.

The Sonic Arts Research Centre's custom-built facilities opened in 2004. It features a 48-speaker Sonic Lab (http://www.sarc.qub.ac.uk/sites/sarc/AboutUs/TheSARCBuildingandFacilities/TheSonicLab/) and continues to expand facilities.

This is a rare opportunity for a lectureship combining science with aspects of music, working alongside composers, performers, and sound engineers as well as other scientists. Queen's is a stunning university and Belfast is a great place to live.

Information enquiries are encouraged, either to Paul Stapleton (p.stapleton@xxxxxxxxx) or myself (t.agus@xxxxxxxxx).

A second post has also been advertised for a teaching job relating to making and programming: http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofCreativeArts/Connect/JobOpportunities/#designprototyping

All the best,