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Job Opportunities
Are you interested in joining our team? We're always on the lookout for motivated individuals with an interest in visualization and can offer you a stimulating and dynamic international working environment. On this page you will find the latest information about current and upcoming job opportunities in the visualization group. For details, please email the listed contact person.

January 02, 2017

PhD/PostDoc in Visualization

The visualization research group at the Department of Informatics of the University of Bergen, Norway, is seeking motivated and capable new PhD students or postdoctoral researchers in visualization. If you are interested in pursuing cutting-edge research in a stimulating and dynamic international working environment, have very good programming skills, and have excellent written and oral communication skills in English, please contact us.

Currently the Department of Informatics ( is recruiting 3 research fellows (PhD candidates) and 1 postdoctoral fellow in informatics/computer science.

  • Application deadline: March 1, 2017

For more information please follow the links to the PhD positions and the postdoctoral position
For informal inquiries, please contact or

January 02, 2016

PhD/PostDoc in Visualization

Currently there is a vacancy for a 3-year researcher position in the MetaVis project funded by the Research Council of Norway. The project aims to study the space of visualizations itself and how it can be efficiently and effectively navigated. The goal is to develop interactive visual methods to enable users in choosing appropriate visualization techniques for particular types of data and tasks. The position may be filled by a PhD student or a postdoctoral researcher with relevant competences.

For more information, please contact Prof. Stefan Bruckner directly.

Contact: Prof. Stefan Bruckner

 Last change: Stefan Bruckner, 2014-04-15