The technology of digital audio processing and synthesis is the main topic that I teach across different higher-education institutions. Having a part-time senior lecturer post at the University of the West of England allows for other teaching commitments, projects and music. Further visiting lecturerships are held at the University of Pecs and the Music Academy of Sarajevo where I teach audio programming and algorithmic composition respectively. I have recently completed a PhD in contemporary composition at the University of Birmingham. Postgraduate supervision leads me down the paths of digital distortion, audio analysis and psychoacoustics. Below you can find a list of permanent and temporary teaching posts.

Univeresity curriculae

  • 01.10.2014-present - UWE Centre fo Performing Arts - Scratch and Noise Course.
  • 1.9.2013-present - University of the West of England - 'Applied Audio Systems' and 'Audio Process Design and Implementation'.
  • 30.5.2008-present - University of Pecs - 'Audio Programming' and 'Sound Synthesis' Courses.
  • 4.2.2008-15.9.2013 - Birmingham City University - 'Sound Synthesis and Sequencing UG2', 'Digital Audio Effects UG3' and 'Interactive Music Systems UG3'.
  • 30.10.2010-05.05.2012 - Music Academy of Sarajevo - 'Algortihmic Composition' Courses.
  • 17.1.2010-30.5.2011 - Birmingham Conservatoire - 'Performing with Technology' and 'Technique of Electronic Music' courses.

  • Symposiums, workshops and lectures

  • 25.11.2013 - Sarajevo - Music Academy - Lecture on Live Processing
  • 26.04.2013 - London - Music Tech Fest - Waves to Soothe your Brains Presentation
  • 08.02.2013 - Birmingham Conservatoire - Lecture and performance - live processing.
  • 18.01.2013 - Birmingham Conservatoire - Lecture and performance - live sample manipulation
  • 28-30.10.2010 - Sarajevo - Music in Society Symposium.
  • 11.5-20.6.2010 - Bodrum - Cura Bodrum - Tactical Media Workshop.
  • 30.3.2010 - Amsterdam - De Badcuyp - Instrument Extension with Max4Live Workshop
  • 22.12.2009 - Digital Music Research Network - London - QMUL - Max 4 Live framework has been presented with the focus on adaptive effects implementations.
  • 16.5.2009 – Two Thousand + Nine symposium on performance technologies at SARC Belfast. The paper entitled “Customized Extensions for Instrumentalists” was presented.
  • 25.3.2009 – DMU@BEAST – Presentation on automated segment analysis and rephrasing algorithms.
  • 28-30.5.2008 – University of Pecs – Workshops and lectures on SuperCollider and sonification techniques.
  • 24.6.2006 – Dartington College of Arts - The Extended Shakuhachi. a lecture on sensor interfaces and digital sound processing.
  • 2005-2007 – Kisknuhalas – Courses funded by the European Grundtvig/Comenius fund for adult learning in the education sector. The course ran on annual basis and was majorly concerned with education technology, knowledge structuring and transfer.
  • 13.5.2004 – Royal Conservatoire in The Hague – Sound synthesis framework based on recursive geometrical transformations.