[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Funded PhD Studentships

Charalambos "Charis" Poullis charalambos at poullis.org
Fri Jun 26 05:11:03 PDT 2015


The Immersive & Creative Technologies Lab (www.theICTlab.org), part of 
the 3D Graphics Group at Concordia University, is recruiting two 
highly-motivated researchers for a PhD. The positions are full-time and 
are funded for 16-months starting January 2016, with a possible 
extension to 48 months.

*Topic:* The topic is flexible and can cover the following and related 
research areas:
- Computer Games and Virtual World Technologies
- Computer Vision and Graphics
- Immersive and Creative Technologies (Virtual/augmented reality)

*Academic Requirements:* We are looking for a highly motivated and 
creative individual who enjoys working in a collaborative research 
environment. Good communication skills and fluency in English are 
required. Applicants should have a strong academic training, including 
an undergraduate or graduate degree in a relevant discipline i.e. 
computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, or statistics, 
and have excellent mathematical skills. High proficiency in scientific 
coding i.e. C++, C, OpenCV, OpenGL and/or Matlab is required. Having 
experience with 3D computer vision, robotics, or a related area and a 
background in machine learning techniques is desirable and will be 
considered a plus.

*How to Apply:* Applications should be made via the Concordia University 
Graduate Admissions Portal 
(http://www.concordia.ca/admissions/graduate.html).

*Application deadline:* October 1st, 2015

*Contact:* Charalambos Poullis (charalambos at poullis.org)


-- 
Charalambos "Charis" Poullis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science
Concordia University

www.poullis.org
www.theICTlab.org



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