The Expressive Systems Research Assistant works within a practicing art studio to investigate, document, and deploy new and expressive computational systems in the areas of computational art, animation, machine learning, sound art, and immersive experience design. Research assistants will experiment with new computational art methods and technologies, identify and document best practices, and solve complex creative and technical problems in the development of studio work. This eight-week research position is situated in the heart of Pittsburgh, PA, in the studio of Johannes DeYoung at Carnegie Mellon University.
This opportunity has been pre-vetted as a Yale Arts Apprenticeship (https://ocs.yale.edu/apprenticeship) with potential funding through the Summer Experience Award (SEA). Students on financial aid at Yale can find more about this funding opportunity at https://ocs.yale.edu/sea.
SEA-eligible students will be given priority, so please include information regarding your funding plans with your cover-letter.