miércoles, noviembre 28, 2007

Un trabajo un poco complicado, pero nunca se sabe

Os adjuntamos información sobre un trabajo para el desarrollo de aplicaciones sobre morfometría. Nunca se sabe...

Applications are invited from computer scientists to develop innovative visualization-based software to support research in the field of geometric morphometrics (i.e. study of shape variations in biological data). This post is within the Marie Curie Research Training Network:
European Virtual Anthropology Network (EVAN) involving 15 research partners. You will work in a focused research team with members from the Simulation and Visualization Research Group (Computer Science at Hull) and the Functional Morphology and Evolution Research Group (HYMS at York and Hull). A key aim of the post of EVAN is to advance the state of the art in terms of software for visualization and analysis using geometric morphometrics. This software will be used in studies of biological form by the other partners of EVAN. Thus, your role will involve collaborating with EVAN partners to establish software requirements, developing the software and advising partners on the use of the software
for their biological studies.

Further details are available at www.evan.at, www.york.ac.uk/res/fme. This post is available from beginning January onwards for a period of two years. Salary will be within the range £23,002 to £27,466 per annum. Informal enquiries and for further information about this project, please contact Professor Roger Phillips (tel 01482 465680, email paul.chapman@dcs.hull.ac.uk)

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