Two EPSRC/Dstl-funded Post-doctoral Fellowships
School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading
- Two post-doc postions are available in the Virtual Reality lab in Reading to study the representation of object location and the perception of visual stability in freely-moving human observers, one is for 24 months and the other is for 12 months. The latter has more of an emphasis on modelling and possible interaction with the Torr Vision group in Oxford who work on reinforcement learning. This EPSRC/Dstl project uses psychophysical experiments and modelling to distinguish between the predictions of view-based and 3D reconstruction hypotheses. It is part of a large MURI consortium project.
- Details of these positions were on jobs.ac.uk (now taken down) but are still on the University of Reading jobs site (24mth post, 12mth post) including a link to the site for application. Job description and Person Specification for 24 month post, Job description and Person Specification for 12 month post.
- Closing date is Monday 24th June with interviews likely to be Wednesday 10th July.
- Of possible interest: a separate 12mth post has just been funded in Dr Peter Scarfe's lab to work on haptics and VR (funded by RAIN).
- Video, talks and papers from the lab:
- I will do my best to keep this page updated as more information comes in about interviews, etc.
- Contact: Professor Andrew Glennerster