The Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at the University of New
Hampshire seeks a Research Scientist to carry out independent research
into techniques for visualizing and interacting with data from remotely
operated undersea vehicles (ROV's). The overall goal is to develop and
evaluate methods for innovative interaction with real-time data
acquisition systems that include video and sonar. The successful
candidate will have a background in human factors, computer graphics
and/or image processing and an interest in data visualization. Some
programming experience with C++ is essential. Responsibilities:
Participate in planning and design of novel visualization techniques.
Build systems to acquire data from ROV's and/or AUV's and display it in
real-time. Design and conduct human factors studies. Carry out analysis
and evaluation of data resulting from the system. Prepare scientific
papers for publication. Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate or equivalent
professional degree, with research leading to Doctorate degree which is
closely related to project work; or Master's degree and at least three
years of research experience which is closely related to project work.
Knowledge of computer programming and data analysis techniques, human
factor research, C++ programming, computer graphics and data
Salary: $37,150 - $42,140. Candidates should submit letter of
application, C.V. and three letters of recommendation to: Professor
Colin Ware, University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean
Mapping, Chase Ocean Engineering Lab, 24 Colovos Road, Durham, NH 03824.
UNH is committed to excellence through diversity among its faculty and
staff and strongly encourages women and minorities to apply.
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