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The Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) develops research combining music, science and technology. Our research expertise ranges from musicology and composition, to biomedical applications of music and development of new technologies for musical creativity.

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ICCMR Research into interfacing the brain with quantum computers is featured in Chinese media

Scientists demonstrate brain-quantum computer interface for the first time.

Researchers to investigate Quantum Computing for the music industry

The potentially game-changing impact that Quantum Computing could have upon the UK’s music industry is to be the focus of a pioneering new project that […]

ICCMR hosts Ars Electronica AI x Music Festival event

ICCMR is hosting one of the international events of the Arts Electronica 2020 AI x Music Festival. The festival is organized in collaboration with the […]

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Roll Over Quanthoven: Can Quantum Computers Be Programmed to Become Quantum Composers?

19 November 2021

Sky Atlantic: Human Made Stories: Defiant Pioneers

22 August 2017

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BSc Computing, Audio and Music Technology

MA Music

PhD Music

ResM Computer Music

PhD Computer Music

PhD Brain-Computer Music Interfacing

Upcoming Events

Musical Rhythms that Make us Move: Georgios Sioros

Seminars

February 8, 2023 | 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Scott Building 104, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Speaker: Georgios Sioros, ICCMR Venue: Scott Building 104

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Artificial Intelligence Analysis of Brain Data for BCMI

Seminars

March 1, 2023 | 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Scott Building 104, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Speaker: Angelica Ribeiro, ICCMR Venue: Scott Building 104

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Generative Music with Quantum Computing: Hari Shaji

Seminars

March 8, 2023 | 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Scott Building 104, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Speaker: Hari Shaji, ICCMR Venue: Scott Building 104

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