Since 2011 I have been working as an associate lecturer for mainly the Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. I have been running modules in connection to music technology, involving music for the moving image, sensor technology, laptop performance, programming, sonic art, …
01/2019 - ongoing @ ARU | A 15 credit module at ARU, Cambridge. Students are encourage to take ownership in the decisions made for the syllabus. Weekly discussion support their projects and future plans. https://khofstadter.info/sonic-art-2019/
09/2016 - ongoing @ ARU | A 15 credit module that allows students to create original music and sound design for poetry, short films and games using acoustic and computer-based methods of composition as well as provides networking and career opportunities. Last semester: https://m4mi.khofstadter.info/
09/2018; 09/2017; 09/2014; 09/2011 @ ARU | 15 credit modules outlining creative means of interactions of the Arduino microcontroller with various sensors to manipulate sound and visuals. Last semester: https://stech.khofstadter.info/
09/2014 – 06/2015 @ ARU | In this 15 credit module students develop their knowledge of digital audio and traditional music theory by creating and performing their own musical works using the laptop computer as the main musical instrument.
09/2014 – 06/2015 @ University of Bedfordshire| Teaching SuperCollider language. Besides teaching I have been a dissertation advisor on several occasions, research-lecture organiser as well as have helped shaping the new ‘Electronic Music’ pathway in the ARU’s music department.