[Ieee_vis_open_positions] Postdoc position in volume visualization at Trinity College Dublin

john.dingliana at cs.tcd.ie john.dingliana at cs.tcd.ie
Fri Jun 23 14:49:11 CEST 2017

POSTDOC Volume Visualization Project @ Trinity College Dublin's GV2 Group

Applicants are sought who have a recent (or expecting soon) PhD or 
equivalent qualification and experience in volume visualization, volume 
graphics, high-performance computing, scientific visualization OR other 
related area.

Candidates should have a track record of publications in international 
conferences, be fluent in the English language and should have 
leadership skills and be able to work in a team. Candidates should have 
excellent software engineering skills and be familiar with the 
state-of-the-art in research and existing solutions for volume 

Successful applicants will contribute to the implementation of the 
project objectives [see: https://gv2.scss.tcd.ie/artivvis/] and will be 
expected to publish papers, co-supervise PhD and MSc students and make 
some contribution of effort to project administration and project 

Salary is offered on Science Foundation Ireland's salary scale for 
Researchers and is dependent on the level of experience of the 
candidate. The starting salary for a recent PhD graduate is EUR 33,500 – 
41,100 gross per annum, adjustable based on level experience. In 
addition, research costs and travel to conferences will be funded.

As soon as possible. We will accept applications until the post is filled.

Graphics Vision Visualization Group, Centre for Creative Technologies & 
Media Engineering, Trinity College, Dublin Ireland.

The Trinity Centre for Creative Technologies & Media Engineering 
[https://creative.mee.tcd.ie/] integrates the disciplines of creative 
arts and media technology with the fundamentals of information 
engineering. Researchers at the Centre push the boundaries in a swathe 
of technologies across digital entertainment, consumer electronics, 
education, health, active ageing and art. The breadth of activity in the 
centre is enabled by advances made here in digital signal processing, 
data science and computer vision/graphics/animation.

The centre involves two internationally well known research groups, the 
media signal processing research group Sigmedia and the graphics, vision 
and visualization group GV2 [http://gv2.scss.tcd.ie/]. Researchers at 
the Centre have founded companies in the entertainment technology sector 
that were acquired by Google and Intel. Centre researchers were also 
involved with Oscar winning technology.

For further information or to apply, please contact Michael Manzke 
(Michael.Manzke at cs.tcd.ie), School of Computer Science and Statistics, 
Trinity College Dublin. Please include in the first instance a 
Curricullum Vitae detailing qualifications, 2 academic references and 
summary of previous relevant work.
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