EMPLOYMENT AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
- Professor, University of Illinois, 1992 to present.
- Faculty Appointment (Computational Scientist), Argonne
National Laboratory, 1994-2003
- Master Classes in Computer Music, Gubbio Festival '91,
Gubbio, Italy, July-August 1991.
- Associate Professor with tenure, University of Illinois,
- Assistant Professor, University of Illinois, 1978-84.
Courses taught: Composition (all levels),
Music Formalization, Introduction to Computer Music, Advanced
Computer Music, Computer-assisted Composition,
Musical Applications On Supercomputers,
Survey of the Music and Writing of Iannis Xenakis,
George Enescu's opera Oedipe,
Fundamentals of Music Theory, Ear Training,
Baroque Counterpoint, Fugue, Aural Skills, Orchestration,
Graduate Seminar in Music Theory.
- Instructor, Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University,
Courses taught: Music Theory - Written and
Baroque Counterpoint, Form and Analysis, Introduction to Music
Formalization and Computer-assisted Composition, Acoustics,
- Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, University of Michigan,
Courses taught: Composition for Non-Music majors.
- Professor, High School for Musical Arts, Bucharest, 1967-70.
Courses taught: Studio Piano, Music History.
- Music Critic for Contemporanul and for Romania Literara
magazines, Bucharest, 1964-71.
- Manager Computer Music Project of the University of
Illinois Experimental Music Studios, 1997 to present.
- Co-manager Computer Music Project of the University of
Illinois Experimental Music Studios, 1994-1997
- Chairman, Composition-Theory Division, School of Music,
University of Illinois, 1983-1989.
- Advisor for the curriculum in Music and East-European
Studies, University of Illinois, 1982-89
- Co-organizer, 1987 International Computer Music Conference
(11 paper sessions, 15 concerts, over 330 participants).
- Graduate Advisor, Composition-Theory Division, 1981-83.
- Undergraduate Advisor, Composition-Theory Division, 1979-81.
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