Lead Research Groups
Media and Arts Technology PhD Activities
See some project vidoes and documentatries created by the current students are viewable over on our Vimeo channel.
We also document our activities over on Flickr.
Advanced Project Placements / Internships
The MAT phd students have public vivas
for their Advanced Project Placements every year, details can be found with our Advance Placement / Internship Projects.
Students have so far worked with hosts such as BBC, United Visual Artists, Culturelab, Cinimod, Troika, Vitamins Design, Proctor and Gamble, Seed Media Group New York and FXPansion.
In 2012, attendants to these vivas included guests from the BBC, Lean Mean Fighting Machine, Pora Ora, QM Innovation as well
as host organisations. All were surprised at the wide range and high
level of projects undertaken this year and already there is a lot of
interest in hosting the new PHD students and masters who have joined recently.
Some of the MAT PhD students witll be in Paris for CHI this year. Please say hello if you see them.
GREAT NEWS! Jeni Maleshkova has won a NEMArt award for her placement project, "Graffiti me" in conjunction with the BBC. NEMArt
MAT researcher Samantha Duffy presents a video for the Royal Society. Royal Society. Facial perception, Facing up to faces: perception from brains to robots. Your brain processes lots of tiny and subtle clues about faces whenever you interact with others. Could robots and computers learn to do the same thing? Face it, faces matter. They are windows to our emotions and identities.
G.Hack has presented their sound map of London Teahouses at the Inside Out festival as well as the EU Researchers Night:
Check out our G.Hack Blog: G.Hack
G.Hack itself is a collaboration across multiple research groups within QMUL EECS.