Careers in Data Science
IDSC Open Positions
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If you are dedicated to furthering data science education, research, and engagement, and would like to be considered for a position at the U, please apply online.
Currently, IDSC has the following openings:
Creative Computing Program
The department of Interactive Media at the University of Miami is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Professional Practice who will bring an interdisciplinary perspective and whose research/creative practice and teaching align with one of the following high-priority areas: immersive media, interaction design, information design, visual design, or game design. (posted 2/1/2022) Read More
3 AR/VR Designers Needed!
IDSC Creative Computing is looking for three designers to design AR and VR experiences for medical, engineering, or training use cases. The designers will apply design principles for virtual worlds, create UI elements, and wireframe and prototype for immersive applications. Some experiences will be fully virtual while others will integrate our reality (Mixed/Augmented Reality). (posted 2/1/2022) Read More
3 Unity VR/AR Developers Needed!
IDSC Creative Computing is looking for three application developers to create AR and VR experiences for medical, engineering, or training use cases using Unity Engine. As a developer, you will be responsible for planning and implementing app functionality, building the code, identifying bottlenecks, and ensuring the quality of the finished product. (posted 2/1/2022) Read More
AI + Machine Learning Program
Applications are invited for three 4-year PhD research assistantships available in the Department of Computer Science. These research assistantships are funded by the University of Miami Center for Accelerated Real-time Analytics (UM CARTA), a prestigious international research center funded by the National Science Foundation’s Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers (I/UCRC) program. CARTA consists of five university sites and approximately two dozen industry/government members, and plays part in the University of Miami’s Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC). The CARTA PhD research assistantships will be focused on data analytics research in machine learning and artificial intelligence, image and textual analysis, smart homes, and blockchain applications. The CARTA PhD research assistants will conduct original research with faculty advisors in the Department of Computer Science in conjunction with the Center, publish research papers, and present results at various meetings. Read More
The Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) Advanced Computing team has a great job opportunity for an Assistant Scientist (Data Science) in advanced computing to work at the Coral Gables Campus.
Read More/Apply Here: https://umiami.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UMCareerStaff/job/Coral-Gables-FL/Asst-Scientist–Advanced-Computing–Data-Science-_R100063907
Programmer 2 – Psychology
Join the multidisciplinary team computing kid behavior at the University of Miami! This NIH and NSF-funded project integrates multimodal sensors that are used to understand preschool children’s development from classroom behavior. The team is looking for a second programmer to create and edit scripts and software to process data for analysis.
Read More/Apply Here: https://umiami.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UMCareerStaff/job/Coral-Gables-FL/Programmer-2—Psychology_R100062064.
Contact Prof. Daniel S. Messinger, PhD with questions.
NSF Postdoc Fellowship
National Science Foundation (NSF) Social, Behavior, and Economic (SBE) Science postdoc fellowship available. interested candidates may contact Prof. Daniel S. Messinger, PhD. Candidate must be “a U.S. citizen, national or legally admitted permanent resident alien of the United States as of the proposal deadline.” Proposal deadline is in January 2023.