The Visualization Group at TU Wien (Austria) has an open PhD / University Assistant position in Computer Science in the area of Visualization. The successful candidate will be involved in research and teaching activities of our group, and will be able to pursue her/his research interests.
- Master’s degree or an equivalent degree in computer science or related fields
- Knowledge or interest in molecular visualization
- Strong analytical skills
- Good skills in programming (preferably C++, OpenGL, CUDA, Matlab or similar)
- Good knowledge of English in speaking and writing
Desired qualifications and skills
- Knowledge in one or more of visualization, computer graphics, visual computing
- Basic proficiency in German or willingness to learn
- Interest in undergraduate teaching, seminar supervision, etc.
- Prior involvement in research projects is advantageous
What we offer in exchange
- A creative environment in Vienna, one of the most livable cities in the world
- Freedom to explore both your scientific and creative interests in the course of your work (within the scope of molecular visualization).
- A young and international team of researchers with an excellent work atmosphere
- A work environment that is well equipped with the newest hardware and software technology
- The possibility to present your research results at international top conferences
- Continuing personal and professional education
PreDoc University Assistant: Entry level salary as a predoctoral university assistant is currently 2096,00 EUR/month gross (30h/week contract), 14 times/year.
Duration: 3 years
How to Apply
The official application should include:
- Motivation letter
- Certificates of degrees and grades in courses taken so far
- A copy of the thesis of the highest obtained degree in PDF form
The application should be sent to Eduard Gröller by January 31st 2019 (or until the position is filled), preferably in digital form (pdf) via E-Mail. For more information, please contact Eduard Gröller.
TU Wien is committed to increasing female employment in leading scientific positions. Female applicants are explicitly encouraged to apply. Preference will be given when equally qualified. Furthermore, please note that applicants will not normally be reimbursed for travel costs incurred in connection with this call.