Open Post-doc Position
One postdoctoral research fellowship is available at the Department of Musicology for work within the fourMs research project.
The fellowship is within the area of sound-producing actions, broadly defined as body motion that produces sound in interaction with various instruments and/or by the human vocal apparatus. Applicants should have competence within one or more relevant areas for research on sound producing actions such as motion capture, processing and classification of motion capture data, biomechanics, motor control, and, more generally, embodied music cognition. Familiarity with basics of musical acoustics and sound synthesis would be an additional advantage in view of modeling the links between sound-producing actions and the resultant sound. The postdoctoral fellow shall work closely together with the other researchers in the fourMs group, taking part in joint studies, experiments, publications and dissemination efforts, including both scientific and more artistic and practice-related sub-projects.
See the application page for details.