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Humanist Archives: June 1, 2019, 6:31 a.m. Humanist 33.62 - Research IT 3D Modeller (Exeter)

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        Date: 2019-05-31 09:54:46+00:00
        From: Nevola, Fabrizio 
        Subject: University of Exeter for a Research IT 3D Modeller

Dear colleagues

We have recently advertised a position at the University of Exeter for a
Research IT 3D Modeller to work on the Immersive Renaissance
project, an exciting two-year research project led by Professor
Fabrizio Nevola, with Dr Donal Cooper (University of Cambridge) and
funded by the Getty Foundation and the University of Exeter. The
applicant will provide specialist technical support for the Immersive
Renaissance project, specifically to generate 3D models of buildings and
sites from the data gathered by the research team, with a view to their
deployment into GIS and locative-GPS 3D/AR environments. Full further
details are available in the job links below. The post will be based at
Exeter, and salary is competitive.



Please circulate this to your networks.

with best wishes

Prof Fabrizio Nevola
Professor of Art History and Visual Culture
College of Humanities - University of Exeter - Old Library- EX4 4SB
tel: 01392 725499
email: f.nevola@exeter.ac.uk
web: http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/arthistory/staff/nevola/

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