We are delighted to be working with a number of industrial, academic and research partners. Partners contribute in a number of ways:

  • Student industry placements
  • Student sponsorship
  • Staff time
  • Donate software and data
  • Coach and mentor students
  • Suggest research projects
  • Access to facilities and equipment

 


Becoming a Partner

There are three ways of becoming partners of the AIM CDT:

(1) By supporting one or more studentships (in part or in full):
(2) By in-kind contributions of training, supervision, and/or hosting of internships:
(3) By in-kind contributions of data, hardware or resources for one or more specific PhD projects:

Prospective partners should discuss their interest with Dr Mathieu Barthet (AIM Industry Partnerships; m.barthet@qmul.ac.uk) or Prof. Simon Dixon (AIM Director; s.e.dixon@qmul.ac.uk), and they are welcome to reach out to individual prospective supervisors at QMUL (see Staff list on this website. They should then provide a letter of support expressing the intended level of support, including an estimate of the cash value of any in-kind contributions.

 


Industry Partners

The following partners are currently supporting studentships:

Apple
Holonic Systems Oy
Mashtraxx Ltd
Music Group / Music Tribe Brands Ltd
ROLI
Steinberg
Universal Music

Other existing partners include:

 Abbey Road Studios
Audio Network
Audio Gaming
Augmented Instruments Ltd
Channel 4  TV
Chordify
Deezer
HyVibe
IBM
Le Sound By Novelab
Lonofi
MiMu Gloves
Mind Music Labs
OHMI Trust
Ovomind
Sensing Feeling Ltd
Spotify
SSL
Tapes Limited

 


Academic Partners

CNRS PRISM Research Centre (Laboratoire PRISM)

Data Science Institute, Imperial College

UPF-MTG Music Technology Group

 


Training & Research Partner