We’ve signed up to twitter. Our feed is over on the right. We aim to be the most exciting Acoustics research group-based twitter feed in Edinburgh.
We have compiled a new page that lists the many fascinating jobs that our MSc Acoustics and Music Technology alumni have gone on to do.
You will also see that our students come from all over the world.
If you are interested in our MSc programme, please get in touch!
In 2012, soon after graduation, one of our AMT MSc alumni, Abesh, founded a start-up company doing binaural sound simulation. Working with a friend and Edinburgh Sound Design alumnus, they formed Two Big Ears, and are doing really cool things with binaural sound. Applications include gaming, home entertainment and more.
We have now recently heard that a 2013/14 AMT alumnus has also joined the team, which is just amazing to hear.
Abesh wrote an insightful feedback profile for the AMT programme, which is over on our alumni feedback page. Go and see for yourself what Abesh gained from the programme.
We recently came across a lovely write up of our MSc in Acoustics and Music Tech programme from a former student. Vignesh came over from India to enrol a couple of years ago, and wrote a great piece for The Hindu newspaper, back home in India.
Vignesh comments that:
“The University of Edinburgh is simply amazing. I would say it is one of the best places in the world — where one can be in the midst of academic vigour and intelligence. Everyone who got a chance to be here, went out with something useful, something new that they would remember for life. As I had signed up for a programme in Acoustic and Music Technology I knew there was a lot to learn and that I would enjoy my experience. The classes were interesting with a mixture of assignments, seminars, workshops and so on. One year just flew by.”
This is just another example of the great feedback we get from our student alumni, a bunch of which is located on the dedicated alumni feedback page.
If you are interested in enrolling on the programme, just get in touch!
We are delighted to report that recent AMT graduate Charlotte Desvages, who is currently undertaking PhD studies in the Acoustics and Audio Group, has been named the 2014 AES Emil Torick Scholar. According to the AES themselves, this prestigious award “…honors an outstanding student with exceptional career goals”. Well done Charlotte!
Coming up this week, details here.
If you are interested in our MSc in Acoustics and Music Technology, please note the University’s Postgraduate Open Day is coming up on November 22nd, 2013. More details here, and direct from ECA/Music here.
This is a great chance to come and meet us, find out more about the MSc, and discover the great city that is Edinburgh. Any further questions, just get in touch.