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Offline mattocks

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« Posted 2004-12-15 14:03:02 »

Looking for a software engineer with good background in graphics, OpenGL or DirectX, C++ and large software systems at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) GAMMA Research Group. The person will be working on a DoD (department of defense) funded project on developing novel GPU (graphics processor)-based algorithms for simulation and geometric computations (including visibility, collision detection and path navigation). The person will work closely with graduate students and faculty at UNC-CH and also interact with industrial partners. Lots of potential for advanced learning, research, and publications. Flexible work schedule and open lab environment.

More information on the GAMMA Research Group at UNC-CH is available at:


The GAMMA Research Group has developed a number of systems that are widely used in gaming and simulation industry. The person will be employed by the Department of Computer Science at UNC-CH, which has the number #1 ranked graduate program in computer graphics and user interaction in the U.S. (according to US News and World Report).

Length of position: 1-3 years.

Availability: January'05

Salary: Based on experience

Please contact Professor Dinesh Manocha <mailto://> for more information.
Offline Malohkan

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-12-20 03:55:43 »

Man I'm so close to that my girlfriend is a student there.  Now if only I had the OpenGL requirements...

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Offline rbshrestha

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-01-04 19:31:23 »

 Currently i am a senior at Austin College graduating in May 2005. I am majoring in Physics and Computer science. I have lot of interest in programming and Physics is my passion. I have JAVA experience for more than 6 years now. For most of the computer courses we use JAVA at our college. I have an openGL experience and we used JOGL. I had done two internships in software engineering. The second internship was based solely on java and we created Digital Asset Management Software which is web-based with the implementation of FEDORA.
 My question : Am I eligible to apply for the position?

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