On this page you can find information about current and past students. Directly below are class lists with links to each student’s blog pages, where you can see all posts authored by that student.
Current and past students
Below are blog posts that present the various authors of this blog, which are the students of the Music, Communication & Technology (MCT) master’s programme. MCT is an international, joint master’s programme between NTNU and UiO, the two largest universities in Norway.
Joni, Lindsay, Wenbo & Stephen are the inspiringly titled MCT Group C. Hailing from Hong Kong, India, China and Wales, they have backgrounds in everything from UX Design to audio engineering, music performance and printing multi-coloured giraffes on kids t-shirts.
In August 2020, a multi-headed beast of eclectic skills was born. From the South American Andes, north through the North American Rockies, and east to the beautiful fjords of the Norwegian coastline, the pieces came together and the beast emerged.
Alena wanted to call us KitKat but we all decided against it.
We are a very diverse group, with backgrounds ranging from graphic design to electrical engineering. This complementary has been felt since we first met, and it helps us considering many different points of view for a same problem
We are a diverse group of people, with members originating from France, Singapore, United States and Norway. Our background stems from different fields of the music industry. Music performance, music technology, musicology, sound design, spatial audio, acousmatic composition and music recording are amongst our expertise fields. We are all eager to get started with the hard work, and hopefully, change the world as technological humanists.
Our group spans across Norway, Poland and the United States with a wealth of experience between us. We are funny too!
Group D includes Shreejay Shrestha and Eirik Dahl from NTNU, and Guy Sion and Armando Gonzalez Sosto from UiO. The members of the group come from diverse professional backgrounds in education, architecture, music technology, and improvisation. The group’s interests are wide ranging, yet overlapping. Some interests include researching the possibilities of network-based audio collaboration as it relates to rehearsals and recording sessions, utilizing the portal as a tool for remote collaboration. The members of the group also wish to apply a thorough understanding of music technology in their own musical work and therapeutic applications.
With a background from music, media, journalism, sound engineering, electronics and programming; the A-team aims to approach the MCT program with enthusiasm, curiosity and professionalism. We believe that our diversity and varied skill set will be a catalyst to achieive artistic innovation in a hyper technological world.
We are an international group of students with different background in humanities, programming, music and music production based in Oslo and Trondheim. Even though we just got together without knowing each other from before we are excited to work together and face new challenges. We are interested in finding new ways to combine different technologies and media to solve societal problems. We are going to make this happen by sharing knowledge within the group and use each other’s strengths. We think our biggest challenge is that we are placed in to different cities and not possible to meet physically.
Team name: D.A.M.E. – We are a diverse and multicultural group with different yet complementary practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and personal characteristics. Yet, the unifying agreement for our group is that music is key. We strongly believe in creative application of technology in musical performance and composition, communication, sound synthesis and music production.