Prof. Martin Reisslein at Arizona State University is looking for Ph.D.
students to carry out the ongoing video trace research project.
- Excellent research environment with the opportunity to extensively
publish in prestigious networking conferences and journals and thus build
the foundation for a successful career in academia or industry world-wide.
- Intensive mentoring
- Teaching Assistant (TA) position. The TA position requires the supervision
of undergraduate lab sessions for 20 hours/week. The position provides out-of-state
tuition waiver and a stipend (of approximately $1650/month). You must pass
the SPEAK test to qualify for the position. (RA positions which allow for
an exclusive focus on research are pending for the project
- Living and working in the sunny and warm Arizona.
- Experience with software video encoders/decoders. You must be proficient
in modifying and augmenting software (primarily C) implementation of current
video encoders and decoders (e.g., MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.263+). Experience in
developing divx is also helpful.
- System administration skills and experience. The video trace research
project involves the administration of a Sun Enterprise file server
running Unix (Solaris), several Linux workstations, and several Windows workstations.
You must ne able to operate and administer these computing facilities and
the network connecting them.
- Provide evidence of experience with software video encoders/decoders.
- Provide evidence of system administration experience.
- Send only Ascii text, postscript, or PDF documents (No .doc !!!)
The preferred starting date is the Fall 2002 semester (starting mid August)