2007-05-18: Post-doctorate Research Position in Information Visualization

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Post-doctorate Research Position in Information Visualization
Post-doctorate Research Position in Groupware/Ubiquitous Computing

University of Calgary
Alberta, Canada

Professors Saul Greenberg and Sheelagh Carpendale are seeking two bright and energetic post-docs to work on research in:

  • information visualization (under the supervision of Carpendale)


  • groupware and ubiquitous / domestic computing (under the supervision of Greenberg)

The candidates will primarily work with their immediate supervisor, but will have good opportunities to interact with other faculty members and students. The candidates will also have opportunities to propose collaborative projects of their own related to the research area.

Ideal candidates will have a proven track record that demonstrates high quality independent research in either information visualization or groupware/ubicomp. Candidates should be willing to commit to a two year post-doc.

The positions will be located in the Interactions Laboratory, a rich community of students, researchers and faculty that specialize in many aspects of Human Computer Interaction and Information Visualization. Calgary is 45 minutes by car from the Canadian Rockies, a spectacular part of the world.

These positions are made available through their recent award of an iCORE Industrial Chair, sponsored by iCORE and Smart Technologies, Inc.

To apply

Please send a resume and a description of your research interests to Robin Arseneault: rarsenea (at) cpsc.ucalgary.ca If you will be attending CHI, please let Robin know by email as we may schedule an interview there.

Sheelagh Carpendale's web site is http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~sheelagh/
Her group's research is at: http://innovis.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/

Saul Greenberg's web site is http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/
His group's research is at http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/

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