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PhDs in visualisation, Australia
(Apologies for cross posting)
PhD scholarships in visualisation, Griffith University, Australia
Applications are invited for two full-time PhD scholarships in the area
of visualisation and virtual reality. Each scholarship is worth AU$20k
The Centre for Active Visualisation (CAV) is a new joint initiative of
the School of Information Technology at Griffith University Gold Coast,
Australia, and the Queensland Parallel Supercomputing Foundation (QPSF).
Located within a new $9M Multimedia Building, facilities at CAV include a
twin screen stereo 3D back projection system, motion tracker, eye
tracker, treadmill, as well as Sun, SGI, PC, and Apple platforms.
Projects at CAV have a multidisciplinary focus and include dynamical
systems modelling of locomotion, especially human gait and automobile
driving, virtual rehabilitation of gait disorders, speech-hand
interaction and gestural communication, and autonomous mobile robots. We
are also keen to develop new projects in haptic devices and multimodal
feedback. Applicants should have a background in computer programming and
an interest in scientific visualisation and multimodal interfaces.
Applications from persons with a background in information technology,
computer science, cognitive science, experimental psychology, complex
systems, or human movement science are particularly welcomed.
The closing date for applications is 19th
April. However, submissions will be accepted until the positions are
Please send covering letter, vitae, reprints, pre-prints or other
evidence of scholarly activity to:
Assoc. Prof. Paul Treffner,
Centre for Active Visualisation,
School of Information Technology,
Griffith University Gold Coast,
PMB 50, Gold Coast Mail Centre,
QLD 9726, Australia.
School of IT: