The 3D3 Centre for Doctoral Training
The 3D3 consortium is pleased to offer an opportunity for two NPIF studentships as part of its research and skills training in new and emerging digital technologies in the creative industries. The studentships are supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s National Productivity Investment Funding stream, which is aimed at training excellent researchers in interdisciplinary methodologies for digital innovation in ways that will enable them to meet the creative and design challenges of the future.
The 3D3 Centre for Doctoral Training is a partnership between Falmouth University, Plymouth University and the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE Bristol). Launched in 2014, its aim is to train a new generation of interdisciplinary practitioner-researchers.
These three universities, all located in South West England, are committed to fostering innovation through practice-led research in the creative and performing arts, especially the interrelated fields of digital design, digital media and digital arts (including music and performance).
Funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC), 3D3 trains researchers to meet the creative and design opportunities of the future, exploring the possibilities and challenges presented by rapidly evolving technologies, including the interface between digital processes and traditional methods. It offers a unique opportunity for creative scholar-practitioners working at the forefront of a rapidly expanding research landscape.
3D3 doctoral students are based in one of the three partnership universities with a dedicated supervisory team but work collaboratively across all three institutions following a bespoke research training and career development programme.
3D3 students benefit from the combined expertise of staff in all three institutions, many of whom are world-leading experts in their field. They are situated in an extensive network of local, national and international partnerships that have been forged by each university, enabling interactions across a range of creative communities and facilitating numerous possibilities for work placements and internships.
3D3 had a formal partnership with REACT (Research and Enterprise in the Arts and Creative Technologies), one of the AHRC’s four knowledge exchange hubs connecting arts and humanities research with a wide range of creative and cultural organisations. REACT was hosted by UWE Bristol, which is also the lead institution in the 3D3 consortium.
To find out more about the research possibilities, partnerships and expertise offered by each university, please go to the Institutions and Research Groups menu item in the Institutions tab. Full details about funding opportunities can be found by visiting the PhD Studentships page.
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