Dr. Alex Zhou, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the BioDynamics Lab, is looking for a undergraduate or graduate student to work on human motion synthesis. The student will work on developing algorithms and software tools to generate smooth motion sequences from different clips of short motions (walking, running, jumping, climbing, etc.) captured from motion capture experiments. This position is immediately available and can be extended to the summer and fall. The pay rate is between $13 and $18 per hour, depending on experience.
Developing software programs for human motion synthesis, animation, and analysis.
Minimum qualifications for a successful candidate include: - Good programming skills on C/C++ or Python, good knowledge on mathematics of transformation, matrix and linear algebra. Preferred qualifications: Experience on character animation in animation packages such as Unreal, Unity, or Blender. Knowledge on kinematics of movement. Experience on machine learning is a plus.
Please allow at least 24 hours for your application and eligibility to be processed. Thank you for your interest in student employment at NJIT!