We have a vibrant research environment leading to PhD. Our faculty expertise includes music cognition, score representation, sonic ecology, human computer interaction, phenomenology, ontology, aesthetics, composition, interactive performance, and recording & post-production. We offer extraordinary opportunities to candidates committed to a career in music technology.
DMARCs faculty and PhD students are involved in a range of projects which explore the many different facets of digital art and technology. This work includes both practice based and theoretical approaches to research and embraces the interdisciplinary nature of digital media and arts research.
Research at DMARC is organized around three main themes; digital arts practice, audio and visual research and creative technologies.