Post-doctoral Research Position in Interactive Text Visualization

Via Sam Huskey on the Digital Classicist List:

The Digital Latin Library (DLL) project at the University of Oklahoma invites applications for a post-doctoral research position in interactive text visualization.

The DLL project is led by Drs. Sam Huskey (Classics), June Abbas (Library & Information Science), and Chris Weaver (Computer Science). Dr. Weaver will serve as primary mentor.

We seek a post-doctoral researcher with a background in information visualization, visual analytics, and/or human computer interaction. The ideal candidate will have a PhD and an excellent research track record in a relevant field such as computer science, data science, information science, or digital humanities. Substantial experience with user-centered design and rigorous evaluation of interactive visualization tools is essential. Experience with implementation of interactive visualization tools is also highly desired.

Duties and responsibilities will include planning and execution of funded research projects, supervision of graduate and undergraduate research assistants, writing and presentation of research results in academic journals and at scientific conferences, and active participation in a large, collaborative research project. Teaching opportunities may be available if desired.

This is a full time, non-tenure position, with renewal dependent upon performance and availability of funds. Availability of funds is anticipated through June 2017. The earliest and preferred start date is May 16, 2015.

To apply, send your application, including CV and references, to Please include a one-page statement of your research motivation and interests. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

About Tom Elliott

Associate Director for Digital Programs and Senior Research Scholar, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University
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