Printing for Fabrication
2019

September 29 - October 2, 2019
San Francisco, California



Electronic Imaging 2020
January 26-January 30, 2020
SFO Hyatt Regency Burlingame
Burlingame, California

Career Center

The Career Center lists imaging-related employment opportunities. Any IS&T Member may post an open position; the service is complementary. Open positions are listed for 3 months. Non-members may direct postings to dsmith@imaging.org.

Assistant Professorships (Ricercatore a Tempo Determinato di tipo A)

Position at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science University of Catania.

Three-years nontenured Assistant Professorships (Ricercatore a Tempo Determinato di tipo A)

Main Topic: Privacy Preserving Biometrics

Requirements:

  • PhD completed after 28.02.2010
  • Under contract, at the moment of the application, with an institution or company which is not based in Southern Italy ‐  at least two years of post-doctoral experience in participation or direction of research projects, under a contract with an institution or company which is not based in Southern Italy

Other details:

  • Between 6 and 15 (out of 36) months can be spent in a partner Italian or European public institution, for participation to a running or planned research project Teaching Duties: the assistant professor is expected to teach at least one course in the bachelor or master degrees in computer science (at least 60 hours of teaching per year)
  • The position is funded by the European Commission and the salary is very competitive. 

Deadline for application: June 13th 2019 (the link to the official call is below -- Italian only version)
https://www.unict.it/it/content/bando-docenti-e-ricercatori?k=764

Expressions of interest to:

Prof. Dario Catalano: catalano@dmi.unict.it
Prof. Sebastiano Battiato: battiato@dmi.unict.it

Posted 5/24/19

Head of Imaging

The Folger Shakespeare Library, located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, is seeking an experienced and collaborative individual to join our Collections division as Head of Imaging (HOI). The HOI, reporting to the Associate Librarian for Collection Description and Imaging, will be responsible for the leadership, management, and vision of the evolution of imaging services at the Folger, working towards increasing output capacity and turnaround time. The HOI will: assume primary responsibility for digital imaging and the imaging studio, including maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment; lead, supervise, and mentor the Imaging team in producing digital images of special collections materials; and develop, optimize, and document digitization workflows while safeguarding fragile and rare collection objects throughout the process. Additionally, the HOI will operate digital imaging equipment, including direct-capture camera, scanning, and printing devices, and work with digital asset management software and databases. The HOI may also be asked to take studio, architectural, portrait, editorial, or publicity photographs on behalf of the Folger. This position works Monday-Friday, 8:45 am-4:45 pm, with Saturday duty in the Reading Room on a rotational basis. Occasional evening hours and travel are required, as is the willingness to participate in Folger activities outside of regular business hours.

Candidates for this position are required to have a bachelor’s degree; a Master’s in Library Science, Art, or equivalent is preferred. Candidates should also have a minimum of 7 years’ experience in managing a digital photography and imaging team in the cultural heritage sector. This position requires experience with: post-production, color management, and profiling software applications; handling special collections materials or artwork; database management; and leading high-performing teams through change. Knowledge of FADGI’s Technical Guidelines for Digitizing Cultural Heritage Materials and The AIC Guide to Digital Photography and Conservation Documentation is required. A successful candidate will also have knowledge of: current technology and standards for digital imaging; preservation issues; descriptive, administrative, and technical metadata formats; and intellectual property rights and open access policy trends. Supervisory experience is required, as is the ability to work creatively in a rapidly changing, complex environment. Experience with budgets and project management is preferred. Thorough background checks are required of the selected individual.

Interested candidates, please submit a cover letter and resume on our website (http://www.folger.edu/employment-opportunities). Incomplete applications will not be accepted. No phone calls please. The Folger is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 5/22/19
 

Call for Applications - PhD Position (Marie Skłodowska-Curie – ITN, Industrial Doctorate program)


The project is titled PHILHUMANS:  Personal Health Interfaces Leveraging Human-MAchine Natural interactionS, and it has 8 PhD positions in the areas of Computational Intelligence, Computer Vision, and Natural Language Processing.
 
The following position is available and will be hosted at the University of Catania:

ESR6 - FACE ANALYSIS AND BODY LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING FROM EGOCENTRIC CAMERAS

Hosted by University of Catania and Philips - PhD awarded by University of Catania, IT

Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-6/ 

Deadline: 10 May 2019
 
Highly competitive and attractive salary is offered (it meets the EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie standards of about 39K per year), plus mobility (about 7K per year) and family allowances (about 6K per year) as applicable.
The candidate should have a Master degree in Computer Science, Information Engineering or equivalent. Traveling will be part of the program, substantial secondments to partner locations are planned. Candidates are required to meet the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher eligibility criteria. In particular, at the time of the appointment, candidates must have had less than four years full-time equivalent research experience and must not have already obtained a PhD. Additionally, at the time of recruitment, the ESR must not have resided, or carried out his/her activity in the country of the hiring institution for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to recruitment date.

More information on the application procedure is available at the following page: https://www.philhumans.eu/

More information about the project is available on the website of the project: http://www.philhumans.eu 

Posted 4/25/19