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Professor Mick Grierson

Title
Professor and Research Leader - UAL Institute for Creative Computing
College
University of the Arts London
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Mick  Grierson

Biography

Mick Grierson is Research Leader, UAL Creative Computing Institute. His research explores new approaches to the creation of sounds, images, video and interactions through signal processing, machine learning and information retrieval techniques.

Mick is also the director of the Daphne Oram Collection, and co-founder of the Daphne Oram Trust. Hardware and software based on his research has been widely used by world leading production companies, tech start-ups and artists including the BBC, Channel 4, Massive Attack, Sigur Ros, Christian Marclay, Martin Creed, Jai Paul and many others.

He is Principal Investigator on the £1million Artificial Intelligence project MIMIC, which is a partnership between Durham University, Sussex University, Goldsmiths College, and Google’s Project Magenta.

He is Academic Research Lead for the £1million 2018-2020 Wellcome Trust Hub, in collaboration with Heart n Soul, RCA Helen Hamlyn Centre and UCL CRAE

He is also Principal Investigator for the Institute of Coding's £1.4 million Future Projects Fund Project, "Creative Solutions to Digital Transformation", in collaboration with FutureLearn, Lancaster University, Goldsmiths College, NESTA and the Made Smarter Commission.

Grants and awards

(Figures indicate amount awarded to UAL)

  • Arts and Humanities Research Council, MIMIC - Musically Intelligent Machines Interacting Creatively, £806,693.00, (2018-2021)
  • Arts and Humanities Research Council, MIMIC - Musically Intelligent Machines Interacting Creatively, £806,693.00, (2018-2021)
  • Wellcome Trust, The Hug: People with and without Learning Disabilities and Autism looking at what it means to live well, £211,255.28, (2018-2020)
  • Institute of Coding, Creative Solutions to Digital Transformation

Research Outputs

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Conference, Symposium or Workshop item

Teaching

Current research students

  • Angus Main, Co-designing with AI: Design Approaches to Creativity Support with Imbedded Artificial Intelligence (Lead supervisor)

Subjects

Creative Computing