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Read how Professor of Computer Music Eduardo Miranda is unlocking the potential of quantum computer music.

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 […]

Shakespeare, CERN and Game of Thrones combine for new Contemporary Music Festival Opera

The opera features a libretto written in Vōv – a language created by Hollywood ‘conlanger’ David Peterson. Peterson is responsible for the Game of Thrones tongues […]

Project offers new lease of life to disabled former musicians

Researchers at the University of Plymouth are bringing together a group of people who, because of mental health or physical injury, are no longer able […]

OK computer: decoding the composer behind music generated from brainwaves and outer space

In a wide-ranging conversation, Eduardo talks to us about how computer music has developed since Charles Babbage originated the concept of a programmable machine, what motivates his […]

Research expertise to be shared with undergraduates through new Computing, Audio and Music Technology degree, launching 2020

Students will become experts in recording, mixing, mastering, acoustics, digital audio workstations, audio processing, sound synthesis, and many other areas. However, as well as providing […]

Pioneering partnership to develop Quantum Computing for creative applications

ICCMR is a research partner of Rigetti Computing to develop research into creativity and musical applications of Quantum Computing.

ICCMR’s research is awarded a prize at Prix Ars Electronica 2019

ICCMR’s research into Biocomputing and creativity received an Honorary Mention at the prestigious Prix Arts Electronica, Linz, Austria.

ICCMR is awarded a multimilion research grant from EPSRC

ICCMR’s new RadioMe Project is aimed at developing broadcasting technology to improve the locls of people suffering from dementia. The project is in partnership with the […]

Grand prize of the European Commission for Innovation in Technology, Industry and Society stimulated by the Arts, ICCMR award

The composition Biocomputer Rhythms, by Prof Eduardo Miranda, won an Honorary Mention at STARTS, an initiative of the European Commission to foster arts & sciences connections.

ICCMR’s research is featured in science documentary Humanity 4.0

Prof Eduardo Miranda talked to EBS TV in South Korea about ICCMR’s ground-breaking research into Music Neurotechnology.

Impact of ICCMR research featured at Volvo film for Sky Atlantic

Ground-breaking research into Brain-Computer Music Interface is featured the film Music of the Mind, as part of Sky Atlantic Human Made Stories series.

Da Vinci Edition in Japan releases a CD of computer-aided symphonies made in ICCMR

Two computer-aided symphonies by Prof Eduardo Miranda are now available on CD with recordings of the premieres at our very own Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music […]

A new book edited by ICCMR’s Prof Eduardo Miranda is published

A pioneering new book on musical applications of unconventional computing has just been published by Springer.