[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Fully-funded PhD Positions in Affective Computing at SUNY
yelinkim at albany.edu
Wed Dec 7 15:25:08 PST 2016
Multiple fully-funded PhD Positions in Affective Computing at SUNY
Application deadline: 30 December 2016 (**see below for more information**)
We have multiple PhD research assistantship positions available at the State University of New York, Albany. We are seeking highly creative and motivated applicants with a keen interest in doing research in human-centered technology, affective computing, and automatic emotion recognition using machine learning and multimodal signal processing techniques.
- A bachelor's degree in a relevant field (Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Statistics, or related)
- Solid background in computer programming
- Proficiency in spoken and written English
- (Preferred) Knowledge in the following technologies: MATLAB, Python, Java, Perl, C++, Unity
- (Preferred) Previous coursework and/or practical experience in machine learning
- (Preferred) Solid background in mathematics and/or statistics
Interest in one of the following areas:
- Human-Centered and Affective Computing, Computational Human Behavior Analysis
- Machine Learning, Statistics, Applied Mathematics
- Speech Processing, Computer Vision
- Keen interest in top level conference and journal publications
- Self-organized, team worker, with good communication skills
- You will work at one of the leading  U.S. Universities and have the opportunity to work towards your PhD in a group of excellent scientists
- Tuition, stipend, and fringe benefits
- You will get financial support to attend and present at top level international conferences
- Visas will be fully funded for international students
To apply, please send an email to Prof. Yelin Kim (yelinkim at albany.edu<mailto:yelinkim at albany.edu>) including a CV by December 30, 2016. Please give your email the subject “SUNY PhD Research Assistantship in Affective Computing."
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Yelin (Lynn) Kim, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, SUNY Albany
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