We are seeking world class researchers to join Bocom's video analytics research team. Bocom is China's top intelligent video surveillance company specializing in video analytics products and applications. The candidates are expected to contribute novel ideas to exciting real world problems in video surveillance area, and participate in engineering efforts of the ideas towards end-user applications. Bocom offers attractive remuneration packages to the right candidates.
We seek researchers with a recently awarded PhD (or near completion) for Researcher positions and will also offer Senior Researcher positions for outstanding more experienced candidates. The jobs are based in Shanghai, China.
Bocom Capital, the investment arm of Bocom Group, may also assist starting-up new companies in related areas for candidates who would like to pursue this option.
Research areas of interest include but are not limited to the following:
- Object Recognition / Object Detection / Categorization
- Moving Object Detection and Tracking
- ideo Analysis and Event Recognition
- Image and Video Retrieval
- Face and Gesture Recognition
- Machine Learning
Candidates should have a PhD in computer science, computer engineering, computer vision, robotics, machine learning, or related areas.Research track record in computer vision and/or machine learning as evidenced by top research publications and/or industrial projects is essential. Excellent modelling, mathematical, programming and problem solving skills are highly desired. Ideal candidates will thrive in a dynamic environment combining applied research, systems building and collaborative work.
As the core part of Bocom Group, Bocom Smart Network Technologies is the leading smart video surveillance technology and system provider in China. Its customers include public security, urban traffic control and public bus management agencies across China. For years Bocom Smart Network Technologies has successfully served a series of national key projects and events such as the ceremony of Hong Kong's return to mainland China, 2001 APEC Summits, 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2010 Shanghai World Expo etc. The 2010 World Expo system, with over 12000 high-definition surveillance cameras and over 2000 cameras with video analytics, was arguably the largest such system in the world at that time.