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No deadline specified
Eirik Sørbø at the Faculty of Arts is defending his PhD with the title "Developing Practices and Approaches to Electronic Popular Music in Education".
Sørbø has followed the doctoral program at the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Trial lecture: 10:15 - 11 hours.
Public defence: 12 - 15:30 hours.
Reception with refreshments: 15:30 - 16:30 hours.
About the candidate: Eirik Sørbø (1983) is Assistant Professor at the Department of Popular Music, with Master's degree and Bachelor's degree from the same Department. He is the project leader of CreatME and studX.
Professor Eirik Askerøi. UiA / Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Professor Sidsel Karlsen, Norwegian Academy of Music
Professor Heidi Partti, Sibelius Academy
The disputation is open to the public, but to follow the trial lecture and the public defence online, transmitted via the Zoom conferencing app, you have to register as an audience member. The registration link will be published here.
A Zoom-link will be returned to you. (Here are introductions for how to use Zoom: support.zoom.us if you cannot join by clicking on the link.)
We ask online audience members to join the virtual trial lecture at 10:05 at the earliest and the public defense at 12:05 at the earliest. After these times, you can leave and rejoin the meeting at any time. Further, we ask online audience members to turn off their microphone and camera and keep them turned off throughout the event. You do this at the bottom left of the image when in Zoom. We recommend you use ‘Speaker view’. You select that at the top right corner of the video window when in Zoom.
The chair invites members of the public to pose questions ex auditorio in the introduction to the public defense. Deadline is during the break between the two opponents. The person asking questions should have read the thesis. For online audience the chairs e-mail are available in the chat function during the Public Defense, and questions ex auditorio can be submitted to Clare Roberta Louise Hildebrandt.