A full-time job as research assistant and programmer is available in the
Human Vision Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. The lab conducts
experiments using advanced computer graphics to study the human
of 3-dimensional object structure (shape, depth, etc.) and the visual
control of motor behavior. Responsibilities include programming
in a Unix environment) and some system maintenance. Experience
in C is necessary and some experience in computer vision or computer
graphics is helpful. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. The
position is ideal for a recent college graduate who is interested in
in a basic research environment for a year or two before entering
school, though that is not a pre-requisite. Interested applicants should
write to Dr. David Knill, Dept. of Psychology, 3815 Walnut St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer.