Computer Graphics and Geometry Laboratory
We are currently looking for Ph.D. students in the general area of Geometry Processing with a focus on Digital Fabrication and Architectural Geometry. Please visit the link to find out more about our research efforts in this area. Applicants should have a 4-5 year bachelor's degree or a master's degree in computer science or a similar field.
Applications for the Ph.D. program are centralized, please follow the procedure outlined at http://phd.epfl.ch/edic. For practical information about EPFL's doctoral program and life in Lausanne, see http://acide.epfl.ch/acide-for-phd/useful-documents/.
The Computer Graphics and Geometry Lab (LGG) is currently looking for post-doctoral fellows in the area of Digital Fabrication and Architectural Geometry. Please visit the link to find out more about our research efforts in this area. The positions are initially offered for 12 months and can be extended for up to 4 years. Applicants should have completed or be about to complete their Ph.D. studies. A strong scientific background in geometry processing, computational design, digital fabrication, or related areas is expected. LGG and EPFL offer a world-class, highly collaborative international research environment with competitive salaries and a beautiful setting on the shores of Lake Geneva.
Send your application by email to Prof. Mark Pauly (firstname.lastname@example.org) including a statement of interest, a CV, a list of publications, and the names of three references.
LGG is part of the National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) Digital Fabrication (DFAB) that conducts collaborative research at the Doctoral and Postdoctoral levels in the disciplines of architecture, civil and structural engineering, material science, computer science, mechanical engineering and mechatronics, and control systems engineering. The methodology of the NCCR is highly collaborative and cross-disciplinary, and is oriented toward training scholars and developing advanced practitioners in the fields of engineering, science and architecture.