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We are currently looking for a motivated and proactive MSc graduate to join our research team dealing with Plenoptic Image Representation, Modelling, and Compression.
The selected person is expected to work in a multi-disciplinary project, concerning new methodologies for acquiring, representing, storing and transmission of plenoptic camera images, light field images, and point of cloud data, with a wide area of possible applications in industry and science. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to:
The call for a four-year position is open to applicants who fulfil the following criteria:
The successful candidate must have demonstrated (during studies towards the higher university degree or otherwise) the competence and motivation to pursue postgraduate studies. A research plan for a doctorate will be prepared according to TUT's instructions in collaboration with the research group. The successful candidate must either already be or enroll as a doctoral student at TUT.
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The salary will be based on both the job demands and the employee's personal performance in accordance with the University Salary System. According to the criteria applied to teaching and research staff the position of a Doctoral Student is placed on the job demands levels 1-4. In addition, employees receive performance based salary.
Trial period of four (4) months applies.
The position will be filled as full time and for a fixed term of four (4) years, having as a goal the PhD completion by the end of the contract. The commencement date will be in May 2018 or as mutually agreed (no later than July 2018). The position will be located in the TUT Hervanta campus.
|For more information, please contact:||
Prof. Ioan Tabus, email ioan.tabus(at)tut.fi.
|How to apply:||
Applications must be submitted by TUT online application form. Closing date for applications is 16 April 2018 (24.00 EEST / 21.00 UTC).
Applications and all accompanying documentation must be in English. Applications must include (preferably in PDF format):
Applicants who are not currently TUT students must also include the following:
Additional information on attachments to applications.