Adjunct professor of computer science at The University of Melbourne and Associate Dean, Australian College of the Arts., University of Melbourne

Dr Paul Doornbusch is Adjunct professor of computer science at The University of Melbourne and Associate Dean, Australian College of the Arts. At the college he is also Program Leader for Audio Production.

With more than ten years of international practice and teaching experience, Paul is regarded as one of Australia’s major players in the electronic and computer music scene. He is a composer, sonologist, researcher and occasional performer who works largely with algorithmic composition systems for traditional instruments and electronics.

Paul’s work has been presented internationally in concerts throughout Europe, the US, Canada, and Australasia, and ranges from compositions involving instruments and electronics to media works. Paul successfully completed a major research project – to reconstruct and document the music played by Australia’s first computer (CSIRAC) – while he was a composer-in-residence at the Computer Science department of the University of Melbourne.

Experience

  • 2011–present
    Associate Dean, Australian College of the Arts

Education

  • 2009 
    RMIT University, PhD