Sorbonne University / ParisTech / IRCAM
The ATIAM (Acoustique, traitement du signal, informatique, appliqués à la musique) Master's program was created by a group of French institutions active in the field of musical research and supported by the French Ministry of Culture. This program offered by Sorbonne University is organized in collaboration with IRCAM and ParisTech. The training is designed for students wishing to acquire the scientific fundamentals and musical knowledge necessary to carry out scientific research for musical applications such as sound signal processing and computer-music.
This program was created over 20 years ago and graduates go on to work primarily in the research and teaching fields, but they can also be found in industries and professional sectors related to music and sound. Since the creation of ATIAM, IRCAM has provided both pedagogical coordination and a venue for the program at the heart of the research labs.
Public graduates from a Master 1 (or equivalent) - engineering schools, grandes écoles...
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Léo Carril, Matthieu Hartenstein, Alexandre D’Hooge, Antonin Dudermel, Roy Yakoob al Hakeem, Thomas Risse
Lucie Farcy, Mathilde Abrassart, Zhuomin Liu, David Genova, Sarah Nabi, Théodor Lemerle, Jean-Daniel Pascal
Christophe Weis, Nils Demerlé, Axel Vérité, Pierre Thiel
Ninon Devis, Olivier Birot, Yujia Yang, Hugo Fafin, André de Hillerin, Théo Golvet, Bruno Souchu, Gonzalo Romero, Zitian Gao, Cyril Lavrat, Arthur Terrasse, Victor Paredes, Lydia Rodriguez-de la Nava, Lucas Chaumeny, Alice Rixte, Emmanouil Plitsis, Lenny Renault, Colette Voisembert
Valentin Bilot, Grégoire Blanc, Antoine Caillon, Jean-Baptiste Dakeyo, Gabriel Dias Neto, Constance Douwes, Théophile Dupré, Martin Fouilleul, Valérian Fraisse, Thibault Geoffroy, Paul Lascabettes, Clément Le Moine Veillon, Robin Malzac, Hugo Manet, Guilhem Marion, Hadrien Marquez, Félix Rohrlich, Yann Teytaut