Expressions of interest are sought for a postdoctoral research
position in the School of Psychology, Deakin University (Australia).
The project is on visual perception in humans (especially texture
perception), but resources will also be available for other
vision-related research. The position will commence in mid
1999, and will initially be for 1 year's duration with the
possibility of an additional 1 to 2-year extension (subject
to a performance review).
Aside from texture, my interests include surface perception and
completion, grouping/organization, position acuity, motion, and
amblyopia. My lab is equipped with a standard stimulus generator
consisting of (i) a VSG board programmed (in C/C++) via VisionWorks
graphics routines, (ii) a 21" monochrome monitor, and (iii) several
VisionWorks stereo goggles.
The candidate should have a doctoral degree in a discipline relevant
to vision research. Computer-programming skills (preferably in C/C++)
and familiarity with VSG and/or VisionWorks systems will be
Deakin is a multi-campus university and the proposed research will
be carried out in the School of Psychology on the Melbourne
campus(http://www.deakin.edu.au/home/about.html). Melbourne is
a cosmopolitan city with excellent public transport and a mild climate.
Starting salary for candidates will be approximately $AUS 42,000
with increments in each successive year ($AUS 1.00 = $US 0.64).
Applicants should email their C.V. and contact information of
2 referees to: firstname.lastname@example.org
and surface-mail any relevant published or submitted manuscripts to:
School of Psychology,
221 Burwood Highway,
Ph: 61 3 9251 7103 w
Fax: 61 3 9244 6858 w