I am looking for prospective Ph.D. students and PostDocs. The 3-5 years Ph.D. study program is in Computer Science, focusing on procedural, geometric modeling, reconstruction, 3D printing, and AI.
We offer funded Ph.D. research assistantship positions paid from scientific projects, such as grants from National Science Foundation (NSF), collaborations with industry and other universities, or as a teaching assistantship. Alternatively, the students will be teaching assistants with grading lab duties. Candidates will receive monthly financial support based on the standard university payments, paid fees, and health insurance. Accepted candidates will be provided with a letter of acceptance to obtain a student’s visa status.
We require excellent skills in C++ and OpenGL. Excellent background in mathematics. Friendliness, willingness to work in a team, and collegiality. The work requires a commitment to the field and the ability to work on multiple projects: research and Ph.D. topic-oriented, as well as projects required by the nature of the collaborations.
Candidates should send their CV directly to Bedrich Benes.