Microsoft Research is looking for highly motivated PhD students with experience in optics to join us in an exciting project involving Holography and Head Mounted Displays. The project involves solving a range of practical challenges of modern HMD displays with its core being a holographic projection system. Search “holograms: the future of near-eye display” for more information.
Students with practical and theoretical skills in optics are welcome to apply. These could include free-space optical experiments, diffractive optical elements (DOEs), computer generated holograms (CGHs), holographic optical elements (HOEs), scanning systems, waveguides, imaging systems, etc.
Start date: February 2019 onwards
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