The Game Innovation Lab Post Doc Researcher
New York University: NYU - NY: Tandon School of Engineering
Brooklyn, New York
Nov 15, 2018
The Game Innovation Lab at New York University is seeking one (possibly
two), postdoctoral researchers positions.
New York University is one of the top private universities in the United
States. The NYU Department of Computer Science and Engineering, within the
Tandon School of Engineering, houses several world-leading research groups in
core and applied computer science. The NYU Game Innovation Lab, housed within
the department, is devoted to revolutionizing games with the help of AI and
revolutionizing AI with the help of games.
We seek researchers with a completed PhDs who are passionate about AI and
games. Candidates should preferably have previous research experience in line
with the current research ongoing at the Game Innovation Lab, or have research
experience in other fields of AI and a vivid interest in games. In addition to
being capable of world-class research in AI and games, the successful
candidate must also be and willing to help advise students and participate in
the management of the lab. The length of the position is at least one year,
with a possible extension, depending on available funds.
Interested candidates can apply with a detailed curriculum vitae (CV), a
one-page cover letter of relevant research experience, and links to three
relevant publications and a Google Scholar profile.
This institution is using Interfolio's Faculty Search to conduct this search.
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