We are happy to announce two new (tenured) associate professorships at
the University of Oslo:
*Associate Professor in Music Technology
*The successful candidate will play an important role in building up the
new Master’s programme “Music, Communication and Technology
<http://uio.no/mct-master>”. The candidate should have experience with
network music making, including practical experience with real-time and
audio-visual technologies, and network-based communication. Additional
competencies could include virtual/augmented reality, motion capture,
new interfaces for musical expression, music information retrieval,
spatial audio, and entrepreneurship. The candidate must also show an
interest in novel teaching-methods, including “flipped classroom”,
problem-based learning, and guiding students in innovation and
*Associate Professor in Popular Music Studies
*Expertise within the broad field of popular music studies, across a
broad range of popular music genres, is required. The successful
candidate will have a solid theoretical and methodological grounding in
popular music studies, and must be critically informed and pioneering in
their approach to music research, with an identified specialism in the
Please circulate through your networks and forward to relevant
candidates. Apologies for cross posting.
See also the other openings
<http://www.hf.uio.no/imv/english/about/vacancies/index.html> at the
Department of Musicology.
Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Ph.D.
Assoc. Professor, Department of Musicology, University of Oslo
Deputy Director, RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time,
New book: "A NIME Reader"
New master's programme: "Music, Communication & Technology"
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