An expert panel of judges comprised of David Zicarelli (founder and CEO of Cycling ’74), Chris Moore (composer, performer and Georgia Tech professor), and Young Guru (Grammy-nominated engineer to Jay-Z) evaluated the 20 inventors on musicality, design and engineering.
With this annual competition, Georgia Tech offers Atlanta a rare opportunity to come and experience the advancements in musical instrument design, engineering, and performance.
Twenty-three inventors, composers and designers representing 14 nations were selected to present their new instruments at this year’s competition.
Music Technology MS student Chris Howe is featured in upcoming Tanz Farm series exhibition at the Goat Farm Arts Center.
Georgia Tech is now accepting applications for the MS and PhD programs in music technology for matriculation in August 2014. All PhD students, and a limited number of MS students, receive graduate research assistantships that cover tuition and pay a competitive monthly stipend. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2014.
College of Architecture announces new faculty, changes in leadership
Gil Wienberg and the Center for Music Technology’s interactive musical robot Shimi are featured in the Ars Electronica Israel campus exhibition.
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