Three post-doc openings in the Media Arts and Technologies program

There are 3 research openings (2 post-doc level, 1 senior researcher level) in the context of the research program “MAT – Media Arts and Technologies” (http://smc.inescporto.pt/mat/).

Applications are welcome starting immediately, with a final deadline on 20th December 2013. The position will be filled *as soon as possible*.

  1. Post-doc research fellowship
  2. Post-doc research fellowship
  3. Senior research contract
    • To work at the Digital Arts Group at CITAR on the general topic of “Interaction with Music Information”
    • Duration: 12 months, extensible until 30th June 2015
    • Salary: 41.035€ per year (this is the *gross* amount, i.e. it is subjected to legal taxes and deductions)
    • Position enquiry: Luis Gustavo Martins (lmartins@porto.ucp.pt)
    • http://artes.porto.ucp.pt/sites/default/files/files/MAT_Edital_Contrato_PDoc.pdf

 

 

We are seeking applicants with a research and publication track record in either:

  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Music Information Retrieval
  • Music Technology
  • Recommender systems
  • Emerging paradigms for TV services

The successful applicants are expected to contribute to one or several of the following research lines:

  • Computational music description
  • Interactive music systems and procedural music generation
  • Natural user interfaces (NUI, TUI, NIME, …)
  • Personalized content recommendation
  • Personalized content creation/management/adaptation
  • Social, Connected, Participatory and Interactive audiovisual services

The successful applicants will integrate an international research team and will also have opportunity to collaborate on several funded research projects, together with a number of international partners.

All three positions are full-time, fixed-term, starting as soon as possible.

Location: Porto, Portugal

Working language: English

 

For more information on INESC Porto’s Sound and Music Computing group and Telecommunications and Multimedia Unit, and CITAR: