|Title: PhD Studentships (for EU residents) in machine learning, computer vision, and computer graphics||Posted: March 9, 2015|
|Company/Institution: Lancaster University|
|Location: Lancaster, UK|
|Department: School of Computing & Communications|
Description: PhD Studentships (for EU residents) in machine learning, computer vision, and computer graphics.
School of computing and communications, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a PhD position in machine learning, computer vision, and computer graphics. The prospective PhD student will work with Dr. Kwang In Kim (https://people.mpi-inf.mpg.de/~kkim/) on designing new machine learning algorithms to face challenges in computer vision and graphics. Currently, we are focusing on developing large-scale, semi-supervised, and active learning algorithms for graphics and vision applications, e.g., organizing media collections into semantically meaningful representations, and using these to allow easier search, exploration, editing, and content creation.
An applicant must have a degree in computer science, mathematics, or physics and have excellent mathematical skills.
High proficiency in Matlab, C, or C++ is required.
Having experienced with an MSc project in machine learning, vision, or any related areas, or exposure to some of the following areas is a plus:
- Camera Calibration
- 3D modeling
- 3D tracking
The studentship should start in September/October 2015.
Application Instructions: The formal application has to be submitted by the 29th May:
However, an applicant should send an email to Kwang In Kim (k.kim AT lancaster.ac.uk) by the 10th May so that he can help the applicant preparing the formal application.