EPSRC and AHRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Media and Arts Technology

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Organisation: Queen Mary University of London
Tags: CDT, Queen Mary University of London
Related theme: Digital economy

Queen Mary's CDT in Media and Arts Technology will train PhD students to become skilled researchers and practitioners at the intersection of science, technology, digital media and the arts. The CDT builds on the outstanding success of Queen Mary’s current Media and Arts Technology (MAT) programme, introducing new training elements in Design, Innovation and Materials and expanded industrial and international partnerships. MAT is firmly grounded in Britain’s Digital Economy (DE), and is closely connected to Tech City, the Creative Digital sector in East London on Queen Mary’s doorstep. This sector demands workers with a high degree of technical skill coupled with creative skills, able to work in multi-disciplinary teams: exactly the type of graduate MAT produces.