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Job: PDF Position at UBC in Vancouver
 
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#16 Job: PDF Position at UBC in Vancouver

University of British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C. Canada

Pulp and Paper Centre
Process Control Group

Applications are invited for a one year appointment (with the
possibility of renewal for a second year) as Postdoctoral Fellow to
carry out research in the application of wavelet methods to the
analysis 2-dimensional paper machine sheet process data. Applicants
should be familiar with wavelet signal and image analysis techniques,
and will be expected to develop methods matched to the paper machine
environment, including real time algorithms, adaptive thresholding and
the use of scanned data. The project is to be carried out with
industrial collaboration, and a portion of the time will be spent in a
manufacturing plant. The position is available immediately. There is
no deadline for applications, however it is expected that an
appointment will be made prior to February 28, 1997. Starting salary
is Can$30,000 annually. Applications should include a CV and the
names of two referees and should be submitted to:

Michael Davies
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of British Columbia
2356 Main Mall
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4, Canada
Tel: + (604) 822-9442
FAX: + (604) 822-7006
E-mail: Michael. S. Davies@ubc.ca
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