The University Paris-Saclay is looking for two Professors (full position) in Computer Science.
Professor (full position) IUT d’Orsay
One open position for teaching at IUT d’Orsay, and whose research profile is: Interaction with Human or Written and Signed Language Information.
The Imperial College London is looking for a Research Fellow position on Immersive Audio Research, to work on the project SONICOM.
The Glasgow School of Art and the Scottish Social Services Council are looking for a Research Assistant, with a Fixed Term Contract (2.5 Months), for the project “Be Me: Virtual Reality immersive experience native smartphone application (iOS and Android)” to implement a user-friendly Virtual Reality Application.
Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) is looking to recruit a Senior Circular Economy Researcher and a Circular Economy Researcher, to work in support of a variety of projects related to circular manufacturing (ranging from developing circularity toolkits and circular road maps to inform the development of circular business models to identifying novel symbiotic value chains and anything in between).
KU Leuven has a full-time vacancy for academic staff (professor) in Mechanical Engineering at the Technology Cluster Mechanical Engineering Technology, Group T Leuven Campus. The topic of the vacancy is haptics and virtual reality with a specialization in design and validation of haptic technology.
KU Leuven is a research-intensive, internationally oriented university that carries out both fundamental and applied scientific research. Our university is highly focused on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research and strives for international excellence. Leuven is located in the center of Belgium, 30 minutes from Brussels, the capital of the European Union, and less than three hours from Paris, London and Amsterdam.
The focus lies on medical applications, but results could find leverage beyond this field. We are looking for internationally oriented candidates with an excellent research track record, with educational competence in the field of mechanical design, control and automation, oriented towards applications in industry. The successful candidate will be appointed at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering Technology of the Science & Technology Group.
Cranfield University, Grenoble University and dstl are seeking a top class candidate to undertake research leading to PhD awarded. The thesis will be driven by John Erkoyuncu from Cranfield with Samuel Court in collaboration with G-SCOP in Grenoble (co-advisor Fr. Noël).
Telexistence provides a means to complete maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) activities remotely that have the risk of causing physical injury and harm to the maintainer, or the by the same method, exceed the normal human capabilities of the individual with physical augmentation able to deal with increased loads without additional human manpower. Combined with non-destructive testing (NDT) methods, this research seeks to develop novel methods for state-of-the-art remote virtual reality simulation for digital-twin robotic avatars.
PhD Position opening for the reconstruction of the acoustic heritage of Notre-Dame Cathedral through historically informed simulations. The project is funded by the “Chantier CNRS Notre-Dame”, and will be carried out in collaboration with national and international research projects related to the Cathedral.
When we think of the great architectural achievements of history, such as the Gothic cathedrals, their importance is strongly linked to their acoustic environment. The acoustics of a heritage site is an intangible result of its construction and its tangible layout. We will explore how, through measurements, research, and virtual reconstructions, the acoustics of one of the most remarkable heritage spaces in France can be documented, reconstructed, and experienced. The focus is on the preservation and digital reconstruction of a heritage site, bringing it back from the ashes by examining its evolution and importance in history.
Our EuroVR member Haption has an open position as Research Engineer for their German office in Aachen.
Haption designs force-feedback devices for applications of Virtual Reality and robotics. Our products are used in industry for interacting with CAD models (assembly validation, maintenance planning) or for training manual skills, especially medical.
This position is open as part of Haption’s participation to the collaborative research project DynamicHIPS, funded by the German federal ministry for education and research (BMBF). You will be in charge of the adaptation of a standard haptic device to the specific requirements of the project, including mechanical, electrical and software modifications and optimizations.
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