[visionlist] Research assistant position in the area of EEG, eye tracking, and brain–machine interfaces at CITEC, Bielefeld University, GermanyPosted: August 29, 2014
The Neuroinformatics Group and Neurocognition and Action Group at the
Center of Excellence “Cognitive Interaction Technology” (CITEC,
Bielefeld University, Germany) invite applications for an open research
assistant position (PhD student
or PostDoc, 100% E 13 TV-L) in an interdisciplinary project in the area
of EEG, eye tracking, and brain–machine interfaces.
We are seeking an outstanding candidate who is interested in multi-modal
interface design and data analysis, machine learning, signal processing
and brain-machine interfaces.
We are particularly interested in applicants with background and
training in computer science, electrical engineering or related fields.
Successful candidates must hold a MSc degree (or equivalent) in computer
science or a related field. Applicants are expected to have experience
with signal processing and machine learning techniques on
(neuro)physiological data as well as very good programming skills (C++,
MATLAB, Python). Experience with experimental work (EEG and/or eye
tracking studies) is desired, but not obligatory. We expect a high
motivation to work in an interdisciplinary team, the ability to work
independently, strong interpersonal skills as well as a good command of
English. Knowledge of German is not
essential. The position is initially funded for one year and can be
extended for two more years. The payment is based on
E 13 TV-L. The successful candidate is expected to start work on 01
The position is embedded in the Neuroinformatics Group within CITEC at
Bielefeld University. It involves a close collaboration with the
Neurocognition and Action Group. CITEC provides a unique environment to
perform cutting-edge research in an international context. Applicants
will receive structured supervision and support through the
collaboration with the
project partners at CITEC, in particular Prof. Dr. Helge Ritter
(Neuroinformatics Group) and Prof. Dr. Thomas Schack (Neurocognition and
Applications should be sent electronically (in one pdf document) to
Dipl.-Inform. Andrea Finke
(firstname.lastname@example.org) and must include a cover letter,
curriculum vitae and a motivation letter.
Review of applications will begin on September 15, 2014 and will
continue until the position is filled.
Inquiries about the position may be directed to Dipl.-Inform. Andrea Finke.
Bielefeld University has received a number of awards for its
achievements in the provision of equal opportunity and has been
recognized as a family friendly university. Applications from suitably
qualified handicapped and severely handicapped persons are expressly
encouraged. Bielefeld University encourages applications from women.
All applications are handled according to the provisions of the state
equal opportunity statutes.
“Neurocognition and Action – Biomechanics”- Research Group
Faculty of Psychology and Sport Sciences/
Center of Excellence “Cognitive Interaction Technology” CITEC
Postfach 100 131
33501 Bielefeld, Germany
Phone: 0049- 0 521-106-6057
[visionlist] For Immediate Release: Position Paper on Clinical Low Vision Evaluation and Treatment of Students with Visual ImpairmentsPosted: August 28, 2014
[visionlist] [Institut Pasteur Korea] A Researcher Position in Image Mining Group (IMG) available at IP-KPosted: August 28, 2014
A Researcher Position
in Image Mining (IMG)
available at Institut Pasteur Korea
IP-K is part of the well-known International Institut Pasteur network established in Pangyo Techno Valley 12km from the South
of Seoul. Since its creation in 2004, IP-K has grown rapidly and employees are from more than 7 nationalities. The Institut research focuses on cutting edge approaches in cell biology, automated microscopy and image analysis to understand cell biology/diseases
mechanisms. IP-K drug discovery programs is focused into finding small active compound against infectious agents using Visual High Throughput High Content Screening platform located in a BSL3. IP-K offers an international working environment, opportunities
for professional growth and a friendly work and life balance benefits package. For more information on IP-K, please visit our website at www.ip-korea.org.
Position: Researcher for Image Mining (IMG) Team
1. Overall Responsibilities and Outline of Position
The Institute Pasteur Korea (IP-K) is seeking for a highly motivated candidate who will be joining at Image Mining team. The candidate
will be responsible for development and research of the methods for image processing and data analysis. He/She will be working in close collaboration with computer scientists, biologists and biochemists in the fields of the infectious and neurodegenerative
diseases. You will also be partially involved in the development of the methods for validation of the accuracy of the High-Content Images analysis.
The candidate should have abilities to work in a team environment and have good communication skills as well as proficient at using modern high-level programming languages, like C++, C#, NET, Java or Python. A previous experience in collaboration with cell
biologists is a plus, especially in the field of High-Content Screening image analysis.
2. Qualifications, Degrees and Experience
The candidate must be fluent in English and hold a Master or Ph.D. degree in one of the following fields:
– Image processing and analysis
– Machine learning & data analysis
– Computational biology
– Applied mathematics
– Good communication skills
– Ability to perform or have knowledge in;
HTS/HCS image processing and analysis
3. How to apply
1) Application should be submitted electronically to email@example.com by
September 07, 2014.
2) Those interested should submit a letter of intent, a detailed CV, a description letter of past research experiences as well
as contact information of three references.
2) Please indicate Application for IMG Researcher in subject of your email.
3) We will only be able to contact those candidates who we will invite for interviews.
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[Imageworld] Neo Ubimedia MindTrek Award – 31st August 2014 – THE competition for pervasive/ubiquitous/ambient ‘minded’…Posted: August 28, 2014
NEO UBIMEDIA MINDTREK AWARD 2014
CALL FOR COMPETITION ENTRIES
THE award for the pervasive, ubiqutious, and ambient intelligent community
Award submission DEADLINE: 31st August 2014
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In cooperation with MindTrek Association, Internatinal Ambient Media Association (iAMEA),
and the AIS SIG-eMedia
NUMA 2014 – THE award for pervasive, ubiquitous, ambient technologies, media, services, user experience, concepts, and applications. We refurbished the competition for 2014 after having received over 220 competition entries over the past seven years. We want to integrate all the latest trends in the world of smart media, as we want to see incredible re-interpretations of the original notion of ubimedia, pervasive media, and ambient media. Any new fresh idea is welcome in this area! The vision of ubimedia today spreads in smart city concepts, smart cards, and smart phones – and starts to become mainstream – there are still many more exciting, seamless, and unobtrusive experiences that need to be discovered. We still seek for cutting edge tech innovations, and look for makers that single-handedly engineer fascinating new ubimedia services and devices on a shoestring budget. We welcome all ubimedia masterminds, pervasive computation enthusiasts, and ambient intelligent researche
rs to participate in writing the next chapter for the most innovative, inspiring, and sometimes slightly mad competition in ubimedia’s history and seek projects, applications, services, technological solutions, concepts, or new media environment as competition entry. Note, there will be also a price sum giving to the very best three entries.
Possible themes, topics, and areas where your application could contribute to:
– smart environments (smart cars, smart houses, smart devices, smart cities)
– cyber, social, and physical computing
– human computer interaction in the era of ubiquitous computation
– smart robots, interaction with robots, and robotic applications
– new interaction devices (Google glasses, Pebble, ?)
– big data concepts for pervasive computation
– the ?quantified? self and the digital human
– sensor data, context awareness, and intelligence
– mobile phone applications, NFC technologies, and embedded systems (e.g. Arduino)
– wearable technologies, smart watches, smart glasses, and smart gadgets
– cyber physical systems (CPS)
– urban informatics and smart transportation
– security and safety of environments
– smart saving of energy, and sustainable environments
– production and industrial applications that are smart
– information systems and management in smart environments
– entertainment applications (e.g. pervasive games, ambient television, …)
– artisic works, apps, and creative designs
– ergonomics, human-computer interaction designs, and consumer experience
– software, hardware, and middleware frameworks
NUMA is looking for your bold, irritating and mind-opening ideas, no matter if you are a student, seasoned researcher, entrepreneur or artist. Whether thesis, project or product – our only condition is: you must be able to demo it, otherwise you are out! You will have to prove your idea with a working prototype, and if you are nominated you will need to demonstrate your work during MindTrek. As we are a cross-disciplinary competition, we created the following categories, to cope with all the latest trends:
– ?NUMA-TEC? – You have been pushing the boundaries of sensors and ubiquitous computing or invented some incredible new pervasive hardware? This award focuses on advances in ?Technology?.
– ?NUMA-KERS? – You have mastered the odds of physical computing and rapid prototyping and want to expose your devices beyond the maker community? This award focuses on the community of ?Makers?.
– ?NUMA-UX? – You are an interaction, experience designer, or artist and have gone where no content has been seen before? This award focuses on the ?Experience?.
– ?NUMA-CONTENT? – You are a content creator, application developer, designer, artist, game designer, or new media developer? This award focuses on new ambient, ubiquitous, and pervasive content.
NUMA 2014 gives all of you the chance to show your work to an interdisciplinary international jury and win a the award! Winners will also be invited to become part of the great MindTrek 2014 event and community with travel costs covered.
To submit your entry, please go to http://www.numa.fi (http://ift.tt/1nI3mkG). If you would like to get more information or have questions, please send your email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to our email list on: http://ift.tt/XVeghf.
The competition is organized in cooperation with the MindTrek Association (http://www.mindtrek.org) and the International Ambient Media Association (iAMEA) (http://ift.tt/1sD8sCl), the AIS SIG-eMedia (http://ift.tt/1sD8uKD) and part of the MindTrek Festival. The chairs of the competition are Artur Lugmayr, Tampere Univ. of Technology (TUT), FINLAND; Bjoern Stockleben, Univ. of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal, GERMANY; and Timothy Merritt, Aarhus School of Architecture, DENMARK.
Postdoctoral position to study perception in natural scenes
A postdoctoral position is available on natural scene statistics, depth cue processing, and behavioral measurements in the laboratory of Johannes Burge at the University of Pennsylvania. In the lab, we use mathematics, computation, and psychophysics to investigate how vision works in natural conditions. We are broadly interested in how normative models of fundamental perceptual tasks and sub-tasks provide insight into behavioral performance and underlying neural mechanisms. Projects will focus on the processing of motion, stereo-disparity, defocus blur, and possibly color in images of natural scenes.
I am looking for applicants with strong experience in computational modeling, probability theory, numerical optimization, and psychophysical experimentation. The ideal applicant will also have a general interest in natural images, depth perception, and rigorous experimental work. Programming experience in Matlab, C/C++, and OpenGL is strongly desired, as is an inclination to tinker with high-end display equipment. The successful applicant will have the opporunity to work with: i) a recently collected state-of-the-art, stereo-image database with occlusion-free co-registered laser range data, ii) a high-performance computing cluster, iii) a Vpixx ProPixx stereo-projector (1920×1080 resolution at 480Hz; 240Hz per eye).
UPenn has a vibrant community of research groups on the leading edge of perception and systems neuroscience research. Philadelphia is a multi-cultural, diverse, affordable city. Applicants should submit a CV, a 1-page research statement, two sample papers (published or in preparation), and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of three people qualified to recommend you and your work. The position is for one year with a strong possibility of renewel for a second and third year. To apply or ask questions please contact Johannes Burge at the University of Pennsylvania.
========================Johannes Burge, PhDAssistant ProfessorDepartment of PsychologyUniversity of Pennsylvania
(215) 573 6528