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Carsten Griwodz <[log in to unmask]>
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Carsten Griwodz <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 15 Feb 2022 09:13:48 +0100
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Multisensory Remote Interaction
at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo

Application deadline: 28.2.2022

Remote communication shapes our lives by allowing us to study, work and 
entertain ourselves remotely. The majority of our remote experience, 
however, consist of audiovisual communication or interaction in virtual 
worlds. True physical actions in remote environments are still a major 
challenge. Acting remotely in an intuitive and natural manner feels 
neither fluid, smooth nor accurate and we cannot experience the effects 
of interactions using our natural senses.

We explore remote interaction from network support to human perception. 
The successful applicant is expected to push the boundaries of 
multimodal remote interaction with multisensory feedback to create more 
immersive experiences. The core of the work is the exploration of 
personalized action and feedback prediction that relies on machine 
learning to hide the delays that remain in an otherwise optimized 
distributed system. Experimental studies are used to explore the human 
tolerance to the delay and accuracy of actions and feedback.

The fellowship is a full-time position with a duration of four years.

For more information, please contact:
Carsten Griwodz: [log in to unmask], or
Özgü Alay, [log in to unmask]

More detailed information can be found at:



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