Dear all,

I would be grateful if you could forward details of a PhD opportunity on to
anyone who might be interested. The topic is *Achieving Excellence in
Ensemble Singing*. Details are available here:

Please note that only the York studentship is still available, and that the
deadline has been extended until *12th June*, which is on Friday, so there
is not a lot of time.

Kind regards,

The Storytellers

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Job offer: Non permanent researcher (W/M)
Expert in speech signal processing, and or speech synthesis (ANR project: CHANTER)

Availability:  start date: Jan 2014

Duration: 12 months (an extension of up to 6 months may be considered)

Introduction to IRCAM

IRCAM is a non-profit organization that is associated to the Centre  Pompidou (Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou). Its missions comprise research, production, and education related to contemporary music and its relation to science and technology. Within the R&D department specialized teams are conducting research and development in the areas of acoustics, sound signal processing, interaction, computer music and musicology. The present position is available in the analysis/synthesis team that conducts research on advanced algorithms for speech and music signal processing. IRCAM is located in the centre of Paris near the Centre Pompidou, at 1, Place  Igor Stravinsky 75004 Paris.


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