Post-doctoral opportunity at U. of Toronto: Adaptive HMI for cyber operations

Post-doctoral opportunity at U. of Toronto: Adaptive HMI for cyber operations
Post-doctoral opportunity at U. of Toronto: Adaptive HMI for cyber operations

16 January, 2016

We are seeking a postdoctoral candidate who holds a PhD in or , to work in the area of adaptive human-machine interfaces (adaptive visualization) for cyber operations. Knowledge and experience in human-machine interface design and/or information visualization is required.

Knowledge of programming is a great asset. Experience in machine learning, data mining, or a related data-processing field is also considered an asset. The main role of the candidate will be to collaborate with an industry partner on the development of novel adaptive level of detail displays for cyber operations in dynamic network environments. An additional role is to provide leadership to MASc and PhD students.

Excellent communication skills, strong independent research skills, and sensitivity to industry partner direction are required. The candidate will be expected to work independently, provide leadership to an interdisciplinary team of graduate students, produce publishable results, and publish frequently.

If approved, initial funding for 1 year will be available for a full time position. An extension of funding to two years is possible depending on project success, and subject to performance.

The application package (to be emailed to G. Jamieson as below) should include a cover letter and CV, including a list of 3 professional references.

Dr. Greg A. Jamieson
and Clarice Chalmers Chair in Engineering Design
Cognitive Engineering Laboratory
Department of Mechanical &
of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Toronto
5 King’s College Road
Toronto, ON M5S 3G8
Phone: +1 (416) 946‐8504
Fax: +1 (416) 978‐7753

Email: jamieson@mie.utoronto.ca
Website: http://cel.mie.utoronto.ca

Job Closing: January 31, 2016

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

This post is not valid after Sunday January 31st, 2016

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