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1 Bolsa de investigação – Licenciado is now available in project IT-MEDEX - PTDC/EEISII/6038/2014 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds (PIDDAC)
1 Bolsa de investigação – Licenciado is now available in project IT-MEDEX - PTDC/EEISII/6038/2014 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds (PIDDAC)

Type of Position: Research Fellowship (Bolsa de Investigação)

Duration: 3 Months

Closed at: 2016-Sep-29

Description

1 Bolsa de investigação – Licenciado is now available in project IT-MEDEX - PTDC/EEISII/6038/2014 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds (PIDDAC), under the following conditions: 

More details at http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=82253

Duration

3 months from October 3rd, 2016. The grant may be renewed within the period of the project, not exceeding the maximum period set by FCT for such grants. Renewal is subject to suitable performance

Legislation

A fellowship contract will be celebrated according to the “Regulations for Research Grants of the Foundation for Science and Technology” in force (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/docs/RegulamentoBolsasFCT2015.pdf), the INESC ID Grant regulations approved by FCT, and to the Status of Scientific Research Fellow (Lei nº 40/2004 de 18 de Agosto, and its successive amendments).

Monthly amount

The monthly amount of the grant 745 € is in accordance with the values stipulated in the “Regulations for Research Grants of the Foundation for Science and Technology” in force (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/docs/RegulamentoBolsasFCT2015.pdf) (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/valores) and INESC-ID Lisboa Grant Regulations approved by FCT, and shall be rendered through a monthly bank transfer to an account held by the grantee

Objectives / summary

Within project “Interactive Tablets for Collaborative Scenarios Related to 3D Medical Image Exploration (IT-MEDEX)” the awardee will assist in the graphical design and web development the project’s webpage, which must also support an online repository. He/She will also adapt and update built-in code for sketch-based and touchless interfaces that are used for rendering and exploring 3D medical data sets.

Scientific supervision

The activity will be supervised by Daniel Simões Lopes, Postdoctoral Fellow, Principal Investigator, and head of Biomedical Research at VIMMI/INESC-ID. The grantee will be integrated at INESC-ID Lisboa, in the Visualization and Intelligent Multimodal Interfaces Group (http://vimmi.inesc-id.pt) and will develop his work at the JLF Lab in the Taguspark Campus.

Required education Level and research experience

The candidate should hold a BSc in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, or related areas. Preference will be given to candidates that have an Interactive Computer Graphics background. The ideal candidate should have working knowledge of Human-Computer Interfaces, experience with object-oriented programming and skilled in C++/C#, Unity3D and HTML5/CSS.

Evaluation criteria

Academic record of the candidate (10%) and interest for the following areas of research: Human-Computer Interfaces (10%) and Spatial User Interaction (10%). Experience with Motion Capture technology (10%) and very good knowledge in HTML5 and CSS (10%) are required. The Juri will interview the top 3 candidates with higher classification. In order to perform a more objective evaluation of some of the criteria, the interview will count for 50% of the evaluation of each criteria above.

Contacts

Daniel Simões Lopes
Scholarship Email: daniel.lopes@inesc-id.pt
Scholarship URL: http://web.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/daniel.s.lopes/

1 Bolsa de investigação – Licenciado is now available in project IT-MEDEX - PTDC/EEISII/6038/2014 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds (PIDDAC)
1 Bolsa de investigação – Licenciado is now available in project IT-MEDEX - PTDC/EEISII/6038/2014 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds (PIDDAC)

Type of Position: Research Fellowship (Bolsa de Investigação)

Duration: 9 Months

Closed at: 2016-Sep-29

Description

1 Bolsa de investigação – Licenciado is now available in project IT-MEDEX - PTDC/EEISII/6038/2014 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds (PIDDAC), under the following conditions:

For more details please visit the following website: http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=82252

Duration

9 months from October 3rd, 2016. The grant may be renewed within the period of the project, not exceeding the maximum period set by FCT for such grants. Renewal is subject to suitable performance

Legislation

A fellowship contract will be celebrated according to the “Regulations for Research Grants of the Foundation for Science and Technology” in force (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/docs/RegulamentoBolsasFCT2015.pdf), the INESC ID Grant regulations approved by FCT, and to the Status of Scientific Research Fellow (Lei nº 40/2004 de 18 de Agosto, and its successive amendments).

Monthly amount

The monthly amount of the grant 745 € is in accordance with the values stipulated in the “Regulations for Research Grants of the Foundation for Science and Technology” in force (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/docs/RegulamentoBolsasFCT2015.pdf) (http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/valores) and INESC-ID Lisboa Grant Regulations approved by FCT, and shall be rendered through a monthly bank transfer to an account held by the grantee

Objectives / summary

Within project “Interactive Tablets for Collaborative Scenarios Related to 3D Medical Image Exploration (IT-MEDEX)” the awardee will assist in the graphical design and web development the project’s webpage. He/She will also adapt and update built-in code for a touchless interface that will make part of an exhibition at a public hospital for educational purposes related to anatomy. In addition, the awardee will also develop a prototype for measuring body kinematic performance with a commodity depth sensor.

Scientific supervision

The activity will be supervised by Daniel Simões Lopes, Postdoctoral Fellow, Principal Investigator, and head of Biomedical Research at VIMMI/INESC-ID. The grantee will be integrated at INESC-ID Lisboa, in the Visualization and Intelligent Multimodal Interfaces Group (http://vimmi.inesc-id.pt) and will develop his work at the JLF Lab in the Taguspark Campus.

Required education Level and research experience

The candidate should hold a BSc in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, or related areas. The ideal candidate should have working knowledge of Human-Computer Interfaces, experience with object-oriented programming and skilled in C++/C#, Unity3D and HTML5/CSS.

Evaluation criteria

Academic record of the candidate (10%) and interest for the following areas of research: Human-Computer Interfaces (10%) and Spatial User Interaction (10%). Experience with Kinect One sensor and C++/C# (10%) and very good knowledge in HTML5 and CSS (10%) are required. The Juri will interview the top 3 candidates with higher classification. In order to perform a more objective evaluation of some of the criteria, the interview will count for 50% of the evaluation of each criteria above.

Contacts

Daniel Simões Lopes
Scholarship Email: daniel.lopes@inesc-id.pt
Scholarship URL: http://web.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/daniel.s.lopes/

NVM-ready: Data structures and programming abstractions for the non-volatile memory revolution
NVM-ready: Data structures and programming abstractions for the non-volatile memory revolution

Type of Position: MSc Scholarship (Bolsa de Mestrado)

Duration: 12 Months

Closed at: 2016-Sep-23

Description

One research grant BI-L is now available in project UID/CEC50021/2013 funded by FCT/MEC through national funds and where appropriate co-financed by FEDER, under the new partnership agreement PT2020.
The activity will be supervised by João Barreto, Assistant Professor at Lisbon University, researcher at INESC-ID Lisboa. The grantee will be integrated at INESC-ID Alameda (Lisbon, Portugal) in the Distributed Systems Group at INESC ID Lisbon (http://www.gsd.inesc-id.pt).

In general, the grant will pursue advances beyond the current state-of-the-art in system support for the emerging Non-Volatile Memories (NVM). Within different abstractions, the grant will foster the design and evaluation of novel algorithms and implementations, considering all layers of the system stack - from the operating system, languages and runtime support, to applications.

More precisely, the grant will focus on:

- Designing, verifying and evaluating NVM-aware data structures and algorithms. Priority will be given to the most prominent data structures that used in in-memory big data storage and computing platforms, such as the most important indexing data structures (including B+Trees, Adaptive Radix Trees and Hash Tables).

- Using the devised persistent data structures in the context of highly concurrent and energy-constrained systems. The adoption of transactional memory – and, more specifically, hardware transactional memory – to ensure that goal will also be studied.

The candidate should have finished or be engaged in a computer science engineering degree or higher, and have prior experience and skills on system programming, computer architectures and concurrent programming in C/C++.

For more information, consult the following link: http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=80080

Contacts

João Pedro Faria Mendonça Barreto
Scholarship Email: joao.barreto@tecnico.ulisboa.pt
Scholarship URL: http://www.gsd.inesc-id.pt/~jpbarreto/
Scholarship Phone Number: 00351213100292