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Research and Play

This page is devoted to disseminating information about research opportunities in the area of gaming and computing.  If you have a link/resource that you know of and would like to include it here, please contact us and we will add it.

You can utilize some nice 3D face scanner technology that is housed at the SPSU Biometric Recognition Research Center.  Email Barry Williams (bwillia3 AT spsu.edu) for more details.

A good map of gaming around the world can be found at gamedevmap.

GameCareerGuide.com is an excellent source of information and articles.

See all of the lectures from Casual Connect Europe 2011 for free.

Professional Societies and Web Sites

Journals

Funding/Grants

Conferences

Research Opportunities and Jobs

These descriptions may or may not refer to currently open positions, but we list them here to show the types of research-related positions that are available if you want to do research in the field of gaming and media.  Perform internet searches for these positions from here and at the institutions to which these postings refer for more information.

  • MIT's Media Lab - Scratch Community
  • Worchester Polytechnic Institute, Interactive Media and Game Development
  • Research Fellow (Fixed term), Department of Informatics, School of Science and Technology
  • Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media at Michigan State University, Assistant Professor of Games and Interactive Media

Game-related Blogs and Web Sites

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