I’m just starting to advertise a fellow position in St Andrews for a project that is a follow up of our FatFonts work. The description is suitably general (see the description here), but if you think this remotely interests you, please take a look and send me an e-mail if you have questions.
We have a great, nurturing and friendly group of students and academics, and we want to make a bit of the future with you… having fun in the meanwhile!
The French Science magazine “La Recherche” gives annual prices to contributions in different areas of scientific knowledge that come (at least in part) from French laboratories. This year they awarded one of those in the category of Information Sciences to the work that Christophe Hurter, John Brosz, Sheelagh Carpendale, Ricky Pusch and myself carried out and was published at UIST: Transmogrifiers.
The work is a paper and a tool that enables very fast, intuitive non-linear spatial manipulations of existing data. You can learn more about the work from the paper (available free from my institutional website), and by downloading it from our transmogrifiers page.