[Infovis] 3 year Post doc. and PhD in InfoViz and HCI at Uni. Copenhagen
kash at di.ku.dk
Thu Sep 17 11:49:56 CEST 2015
We seek a post doc and PhD to work on HCI and information visualization at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen.
We seek a postdoctoral researcher and a PhD student (fully funded) to work on visualizations of bio-processes. The work is part of a research center that offers a unique opportunity to join an ongoing collaboration with leading companies in bio-based production and researchers in different fields. The researchers will be focusing on understanding how visualizations of sensor data can be combined with process models and with statistical models that provide automated analyses of the data.
The researchers will work as part of the BIOPRO2 research center (BIO-based PROduction: TOwards the next generation of optimized and sustainable processes, <http://biopro.nu<http://biopro.nu/>> http://biopro.nu), in which Technical University of Denmark, University of Copenhagen, and world-leading companies in bio-based production collaborate. The project aims to optimize bio-based production processes through the combined use of advanced sensors, statistical modeling, mathematical process models, and information visualization. As part of the project we develop prototypes that visualize data efficiently for different stakeholders and evaluate the visualizations both in laboratory studies and in field deployment within the industry partners.
Both positions are for 3 years full-time employment at Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen, as part of the HCC research group (http://www.diku.dk/english/research/HCC), working on the project with Mikkel R. Jakobsen and Kasper Hornbæk. The application deadline is October 2.
For more information about the postdoctoral position, see
For more information about the PhD scholarship, see http://www.diku.dk/english/about/vacancies/phd_scholarship_hci_information_visualization/
If the announcement leaves you with unanswered questions, please contact Kasper Hornbæk (kash at diku.dk<mailto:kash at diku.dk>).
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