The GeoGazeLab at the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation is offering a PhD position on Gaze-Based Interaction with Maps.
The PhD project on Intention-Aware Gaze-Based Assistance on Maps (IGAMaps), funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, targets gaze-based interaction with maps based on the recognition of map users activities and intentions.
The ideal candidate must have a Master or Diploma degree in Computer Science / Geomatics / Geoinformatics or related fields, as well as a strong research interest in human-computer interaction. Knowledge of methods in machine learning, probabilistic and semantic modeling, inferential statistics, as well as strong programming skills (e.g., Java or C++) are required. Background or experience in eye tracking, cartography, geographic information science, or related topics is a significant plus. The candidate must have excellent communication skills in English (oral and writing), be team-oriented and willing to work in an international environment.
For further information about the position, please contact Dr. Peter Kiefer, E-Mail: email@example.com (no applications). The PhD project will be associated with the GeoGazeLab (http://www.geogaze.org/) and supervised by Prof. Dr. Martin Raubal (Chair of Geoinformation Engineering).
Applications with cover letter, cv, 2-3 references, diplomas and work certificates should be sent online with attention to: ETH Zurich, Mrs. Corina Niescher, Human Resources, CH-8093 Zurich. Review of applications will begin on 4 January 2016, and continue until the position is filled. The start date for the position is on or before April 1, 2016.
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