[visionlist] Postdoctoral Fellowships in Data Analytics & Visualization, Toronto & Montreal, Canada

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Data Analytics & Visualization

York University, OCAD University, Concordia University, University of Toronto

Canada

The NSERC CREATE Training Program in Data Analytics & Visualization (DAV) welcomes applications from outstanding researchers for two-year postdoctoral positions.  

CREATE DAV provides interdisciplinary training in both computational analytics and perceptual design methodologies for deriving value from big data for a broad range of applications. The program is a multi-institution, multi-sector collaboration between York University (the lead institution), OCAD University, Concordia University and the University of Toronto, together with a number of leading Canadian high-tech companies in Toronto and Montreal focused on applications in cloud computing, digital cultures, health technology and smart cities. 

Applicants should have a strong research background in one or more of the following areas:

– Machine learning

– Data mining

– Signal processing

– Computer vision

– Image processing

– Computer graphics

– Virtual human modeling

– Serious games

– Geomatics / GIS

– Natural language processing

– Health informatics

– Human perception & cognition

– Visualization & design

Applications will be considered on a continuous basis.  Both Canadian and international candidates are encouraged to apply.  Applicants should email a cover letter, c.v. and the names of 3 referees to Irina Kapsh at kapsh@yorku.ca.

More information about the CREATE DAV training program is available at http://www.createdav.ca. 

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