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Three ImmerSAFE positions opened in Italy

The ImmerSAFE partners from Italy, University of Roma Tre and Leonardo S.P.A, have announed their ESR positions within the network: Open positions at University of Roma Tre ESR6: Assessing the effectiveness of immersive visual technologies in an industrial machine framework. More Information: Euraxess Application Deadline: 31/03/2018 ESR7: Evaluating the Quality of Experience of immersive visual systems in operative control rooms. More Information:  Euraxess Application Deadline: 31/03/2018 Open positions at Leonardo S.P.A. ESR12: Augmented and virtual reality systems in operative control rooms.…

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Three ImmerSAFE positions now open in Croatia

The ImmerSAFE partners University of Zagreb and Xylon have announced their open positions within the network: Open positions at University of Zagreb: ESR3: Multi-camera surround view visualisation and multi-modal sensor integration. More Information: Euraxess Application Deadline: 08/12/2017 ESR13: Real-time image processing and analysis of UAV videos for safety-critical applications. More Information: Euraxess Application Deadline: 08/12/2017 Open position at Xylon: ESR11: Embedded system for enhanced surround vision in work machines. More Information: Euraxess Application Deadline: 10/12/2017 For more information, contact the…

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Four ImmeSAFE positions opened in Finland

The ImmerSAFE partners Tampere University of Technology and Beneq have announced their open positions within the network. Open positions at TUT: ESR1: ‘Vision enhancement in extreme environmental conditions’, ESR2: ‘Accommodation and convergence cues on transparent display media’ ESR14:’ Compression methods for geometry-enhanced light field images under safety-critical conditions’ announced at Euraxess and the TUT web site Open position at Beneq: ESR15: ‘Embedded systems for safety critical applications utilizing improved and rugged multicolored transparent displays’, announced at Euraxess and Beneq web…

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ImmerSAFE (Project number 764951) is funded under the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017 call and is part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions — Innovative Training Networks (ITN) funding scheme.