Eight organisations from all across Europe are looking for 15 Early-Stage Researchers in the field of Computer Graphics, for the project.
The individual research topics can be found on the project webpage.
In addition to a high profile academic consortium (7 european universities involved), this EU funded training network can offer students a number of prominent end users of accurate rendering technology as industrial partners.
Having the likes of IKEA, Procter & Gamble, Weta Digital, Zeiss and Adobe all together in one project offers unique opportunities to see multiple real world usage cases for predictive rendering technology in action.
15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in total will be hired for the duration of their three year participation in the project, and will be in charge of their training plans.
Seven of the eight beneficiaries are world-class universities and academic institutions, who will enrol the hired ESRs in their programmes.
The eight beneficiary, Luxion, is a company in Denmark, where the training will be overseen by the nearby Danish Technical University, which is also one of the seven academic beneficiaries.
The goal of this project is to develop skills and protocols needed for industrial usage of Predictive Rendering (PR) technologies image synthesis which delivers results that one can actually rely on to be visually accurate.