Two-Year Post Doctoral Fellowship Position at the ISRG, York University

The Interactive Systems Research Group (ISRG) in the Department of Computer 
Science and Engineering at York University in Toronto, Canada invites 
applications for a postdoctoral position to work on innovative digital media 
research. York University has identified Digital Media as an area of strategic 
importance with a vision of further developing its existing, cross-faculty
repertoire 
of digital media research programs.  The Digital Media initiative is
designed to 
create new research and economic opportunities around an existing consortium 
of industrial and academic partners existing in the York region (CONCERT). see: 
http://www.yorku.ca/ylife/2007/03-March/03-12/concert-031207.htm

Applicants should have a relevant PhD (e.g. in interactive visualization, 3D
user 
interfaces, virtual worlds, 3D content creation, augmented & virtual reality, 
tangible user interfaces, 3D reconstruction & computer graphics) or relevant 
industry experience.  Fluency in both written and spoken English, along with 
experience and a track record of writing scientific papers is essential.  
Candidates should already have published multiple papers in peer-reviewed 
conferences or journals. Ideal candidates will have a proven track record that 
demonstrates high-quality independent research. Applicants that have already 
performed research in fully interactive 3D systems will be preferred.

The position is located in the ISRG in Toronto, a rich community of students, 
researchers, and faculty investigating many aspects of Human Computer 
Interaction.   The ISRG is based within the Department of Computer Science and 
Engineering in the Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE), and has 
established connections with the Departments of Film, Design, and Visual
Arts in 
the Faculty of Fine Arts (FFA) and with the York University community of 
researchers, which include artists, designers, kinesiologists, digital media 
practitioners, and those in the world-renowned Centre for Vision Research. 
This 
forms an ideal environment for young researchers.  Moreover, Toronto is a 
vibrant, safe, multi-cultural city that enjoys an easily accessible location
with 
direct flights to all major destinations. Candidates will primarily work with 
Wolfgang Stuerzlinger (FSE), Melanie Baljko (FSE), and Caitlin Fisher (FFA).

This position is funded for two years, starting ideally in September 2008
but no 
later than December 31, 2008.   Salary is CAD $50,000 per year in salary, 
benefits and research allowance.

For further details and information on how to apply, please see
	http://www.digitalmedia.yorku.ca/
Applicants must submit in PDF form a curriculum vitae (including a publication 
list);  three samples papers (either PDFs or WWW links); and a statement of 
research interests, including a plan for a research project to be performed.
 Three 
reference letters should be sent independently to the chair of the PDF search 
committee. For more information, please email pdf-ctte [at]
digitalmedia.yorku.ca.

York University is an Affirmative Action Employer.  The Affirmative Action 
Program can be found on York's website at: 
http://www.yorku.ca/acadjobs/index.htm, or a copy can be obtained by calling
the 
affirmative action office at 416-736-5713.   Only Canadian citizens or
Permanent 
Residents are eligible for this funding.

Applications must be received by July 14, 2008.

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