Starting in autumn 2017, the European Art-Science-Technology Network for Digital Creativity has been awarded a large EU grant.
Virtuoso (H-SIF award) is a collaborative project with Alliance Manchester Business School.
A research strand started in 2008-09 by Ricardo Climent utilising game-engines, such as Blender, Unity3D, CryEngine and Unreal Engine 4 for composition purposes.
A collaborative Project between NOVARS, NoTours and Escoitar, featuring large scale network projects. Postgraduate outcomes include novel software.
Established in 2015 between the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and the Music Composition department in Manchester.
Ricardo Climent and Paul Wilson conceived this project for American wind virtuosi Esther Lamneck (clarinet) and Elizabeth McNutt (flute).
One of UK's first festivals and concert series celebrating the resurgence of analogue and modular synthesizers. Featuring Buchla, Serge, Eurorack, Hordijk and EMS modular systems.
A GPS AudioTour platform and complete solution for sound geolocation created by a PhD Student at NOVARS as a compositional tool for his portfolio.