[chuck-users] Postdoc with PLOrk

dan trueman dtrueman at Princeton.EDU
Thu May 15 22:59:36 EDT 2008

Postdoctoral Position with the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrK)

The Princeton University Department of Music invites applications for  
a 12-month post-doctoral appointment (July 1, 2008-June 30, 2009)  
with the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk; for more information  
about PLOrk, visit plork.cs.princeton.edu). The position, under the  
supervision of two members of the faculty from the Departments of  
Music and Computer Science, and funded by a one-time grant from the  
MacArthur Foundation, entails:

1. Co-teaching of graduate seminar on music technology in the fall  
2. Co-teaching of the joint PLOrk undergraduate courses (MUS 314/316)  
in the spring semester
3. Assist faculty with the development of new PLOrk technologies,  
focusing on both hardware and software development.
4. Composition of new work for PLOrk
5. Assist with outside artists on PLOrk compositions, aiding and  
advising on the composition of new works
6. Involvement with PLOrk performances, both on and off campus,  
assisting with the organization and production of concerts.

Essential Qualifications 	Ph.D. in Music or related field, completed  
by starting date.

Preferred Qualifications 	The ideal candidate will have experience  
with: performing and composing with real-time hardware and software  
audio systems; programing in both ChucK and Max/MSP languages;  
networking in musical environments; the design and fabrication of  
audio/user-interface hardware; studio management and ensemble direction.

To Apply, complete the online application at https://jobs.princeton.edu/
Requisition Number   	 0800282

Proposed Start Date 	07-01-2008
End Date, if a Term Appointment 	06-30-2009
July 1, 2008 is preferred start date. Position is open until  
qualified candidate found.
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