Postdoc on Human computer interfaces and mid-air feeling, University of Birmingham, UK

Please find an announcement for Postdoc to start in October, in Birmingham
The position is for 2 years, and is funded at lecturer pay should a candidate with sufficient experience appear.
The work will be part of an exciting project on human computer interfaces and mid-air feeling, and would entail creating a hybrid fast-multipole boundary element – finite element method model of the human hand. If you wouldn’t mind forwarding the job advert to anyone that may wish to apply, I would greatly appreciate it.
Dr Thomas Montenegro-Johnson,
Lecturer in Mathematical Biology,
School of Mathematics,
University of Birmingham,
B15 2TT,

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