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Jul 25, 2007

Research Fellow Post in Eyetracking for Virtual Environments

We are advertising a one or two year post at UCL to work on Eyetracking for Immersive Virtual Environments. We are seeking a post-doctoral Research Fellow to work on eye-tracking within immersive virtual environments. This is a post on the EPSRC-funded Eye Catching project. The project has built a unique tele-collaboration system, where each of three users of different CAVE-like environments can see the eye-motion of the other two users. The applicant will require a PhD in virtual environments, computer graphics, CSCW, eye-tracking or other area related to the topic of the project. They must have experience designing and running user experiments, and be confident writers and presenters. Founded in 1973, the Department of Computer Science has internationally leading groups in Networking, Software Engineering, Bioinformatics, Imaging and Virtual Environments and Computer Graphics. It is an innovative department with 40 faculty members and is located in central London - an ideal environment for young researchers. The post is on the UCL Grade 7 scale, the salary for which ranges from £26,666 to £32,796 (excluding London Allowance of £2,572).  The starting salary for the person appointed will be between £26,666 - £30,913 p.a (excluding London Allowance) and will depend on experience and education. The position is funded for one year from October 2007.
There is the potential of an extension of the post to two years. For further details and information on how to apply, please see our website at http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/vacancies
The closing date for applications is Friday August 24th.

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