◆ teaching

I teach at the Te Whare o ngā Pūkōrero PūoroSchool of Music of the Waipapa Taumata RauThe University of Auckland, AotearoaNew Zealand. I normally teach the following undergraduate and postgraduate courses:

MUS 130 : Introduction to Music Technology

MUS 210-258 : Algorithmic composition (Supercollider)

MUS 315 : Audiovisual compostion (Processing + Supercollider)

MUS 735: Music and AI

MUS 737: Music Technology Research

MUS 743: Research Methodology

MUS 759: Critical Theory and Music Technology

◆ supervision

I am currently open to supervise master and doctoral students on projects aligned with my research interests. Please get in touch if you are interested, I am happy to discuss potential projects.

PhD students (ongoing)

Andrew McMillan (main supervisor) - An Autoethnographic Study Aimed at Researching, Designing, and Developing an Accessible Musical Interface

I-Chieh Wei (main supervisor) - Automatic instrument arrangement of a musical composition based on music recommendation and generation

Liam Pram (main supervisor) - Inhibiting or Innovating Musical Creativity? Ethical and Design Consideration of Musical Co-Composition with Artificial Intelligence

Ning Lyu (main supervisor) - Change to Sustain: A Case of the Building and Development of Chinese Communities through Music in New Zealand

Summer Le Ren (co-supervisor) - Establishing Coordinated Movement within a Healthy Technique on the Piano

PhD students (completed)

Tom Pierard (2023, co-supervisor) - Exploring an Identity Pedagogy for Digital Audio Workstations