[Ieee_vis_open_positions] Postdoc OR Research Fellow in Visualization and Augmented Reality

John Dingliana John.Dingliana at scss.tcd.ie
Tue Jan 14 09:22:54 CET 2020

The Graphics Vision and Visualisation group (GV2) at Trinity College 
Dublin are looking to fill a 1-year or 3-year post-doc or experienced 
graduate position in visualisation and augmented reality, starting 

Ideal candidates should have recently completed a PhD degree or 
equivalent experience in computer graphics, visualization, augmented 
reality and/or closely related areas. Bachelors or Masters graduates 
with experience in the previously mentioned areas may also be hired at a 
reduced salary scale.

Salary is dependent on the applicant's level of experience, between EUR 
25,300 = 37,800.

The project concerns the prototyping of a wearable suit for 
rehabilitating patients with sensorimotor impairments, where Augmented 
Reality Visualization of human motion will serve as a basis for 
biofeedback to the patient and as analysis tools for the clinician.

More details here: 

For applications: please submit a CV with references and list of 
publications by email to John.Dingliana at scss.tcd.ie

For informal contact: John.Dingliana at scss.tcd.ie

The vacancy will be closed when the position is filled. Please get in 
touch as soon as possible if interested.

In Brief: Trinity College Dublin[http://www.tcd.ie], established in 1592 
is ranked 71st in the world (2014 QS Rankings) and is the premiere 
university in Ireland. GV2 is a leading research group having published 
300+ papers in the last 8 years in Computer Graphics and Visualisation 
including in top journals and conferences such as ACM TOG, ACM SIGGRAPH, 
Eurographics, ACM TAP, SAP, HPG etc. [http://gv2.scss.tcd.ie]

Dr. John Dingliana
Assistant Professor
Graphics Vision and Visualisation Research Group (GV2)
School of Computer Science and Statistics Trinity College Dublin
Email:John.Dingliana at scss.tcd.ie
URL: http://www.scss.tcd.ie/John.Dingliana/
Phone: (+353 1) 896 3680

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