The Machine Listening Lab at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) would like to invite applicants for PhD positions as part of the newly funded UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM). The AIM programme offers up to 12 fully-funded PhD studentships to start September 2019, with more studentships in the coming years. Studentships cover fees and a stipend for 4 years.
The Machine Listening Lab is inviting applications for the AIM PhD programme for the following topics:
- Audio applications of novel mathematical methods in deep learning (supervisor: Dan Stowell)
- Automatic musical work recognition for copyright disputes (in collaboration with Channel 4’s Rights Department; suggested supervisor: Emmanouil Benetos)
- Multi-task learning for music information retrieval (supervisor: Emmanouil Benetos)
The deadline for applications is on 15 April 2019. Detailed application guidelines can be found in the AIM website. For informal queries to discuss the above topics or other potential topics which can be supported by the Machine Listening Lab, please email Dan Stowell and Emmanouil Benetos. For informal queries regarding the application process, please email email@example.com