(Please forward to relevant student cohorts).
We have various opportunities at UCL for those interested in research in
computer graphics, virtual reality, imaging, visualisation and vision.
For September 2012:
- Our new standalone MRes qualification is suitable for those
interested in training for research in the area. A UK MRes is a one year
programme with a taught component targeted at research training and
specialisation with the field. This programme is open to any student.
- We have four specific doctoral projects on our four year EngD
programme for which we are seeking applicants:
- Microsoft Research EngD - open optics
- Argument visualisation for medical decision support
- Advanced visualisation of coastal systems
- User interfaces for voyage management systems
These places are open to EU residents who have a UK connection
(typically residency for three years). Each place has an industrial
sponsor, and the sponsor provides additional funding that means the
student receives an enhanced stipend, travel money and equipment money.
The place with Microsoft is open to topic proposals from candidates,
please see the advert.
There are two other places for exceptional candidates that are open to
topic, please contact us.
For more information about the MRes and EngD courses please see:
and for our research interests, see that page again, but also:
If you want any more information please contact the EngD VEIV Centre
Manager, Dr Jamie O'Brien ([log in to unmask]) or the EngD Centre
Director, Prof. Anthony Steed ([log in to unmask]).
Professor of Virtual Environments & Computer Graphics
Director of Engineering Doctorate Centre in Virtual Environments,
Imaging and Visualisation
Department of Computer Science
University College London