[visionlist] postdoc at Glasgow Caledonian University

Logvinenko, Alexander A.Logvinenko at gcal.ac.uk
Mon Oct 31 14:43:45 GMT 2005


Department of Vision Sciences
Glasgow Caledonian University

Post Doctoral Research Fellow 
Fixed term - 36 months; Salary £21640 - £24480 Grade 1A
Lightness perception
The post number: T.12531


A postdoctoral research post is available in Glasgow Caledonian University in the area of lightness perception. The post is funded by the EPSRC. 

We will investigate lightness perception (with an emphasis on "real objects illuminated by real light sources") using multidimensional scaling and other psychophysical techniques.

The successful candidate will be expected to have a PhD in vision sciences, neuroscience, computer science, psychology, or another relevant field; a strong research interest in visual perception; experience with research on lightness perception or some other close fields.

The post holders will be responsible for designing and conducting psychophysical experiments in lightness perception and statistical analysis of the experimental data. We have a well equipped laboratory. A MATLAB-based visual stimulus generator ViSaGe from Cambridge Research Systems Ltd will be used to carry out some experiments so experience with ViSaGe  (VSG 2/5), as well as with MATLAB and C++, would be advantageous.

Starting date is negotiable but the position is available immediately. 

Further information and an application form is available from our website at www.gcal.ac.uk/hr/vacancies.html, if you do not have access to our website call 0141 331 8890.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Alexander Logvinenko; 
e-mail: A.Logvinenko at gcal.ac.uk , phone: 0141 331 8292

Closing date for the receipt of applications	Friday 25 November 2005




Dr Alexander D. Logvinenko
Professor of Vision Sciences
 
Department of Vision Sciences
Glasgow Caledonian University
Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA, UK
 
http://www.gcal.ac.uk/sls/Vision/research/staff/Logvinenko.html
 
Phone:  +44 (0)141 331 8292
Fax:      +44 (0)141 331 3387




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