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Title: Internships at Disney Research PittsburghPosted: December 4, 2013
Company/Institution: Disney Research
Location: Pittsburgh
Department: Computer Vision


Disney Research Pittsburgh has summer internship positions available in our Computer Vision group. Candidates should be currently enrolled in a PhD program in Computer Science, or related discipline, have at least one publication in a top-tier vision conference, and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Early application is encouraged as positions are available throughout the year. As an active member of the research community we support and assist with publications at top venues.

We have opportunities for internships in a variety of fields in computer vision, including:

  • Face modeling, tracking and analysis
  • Performance capture and retargeting
  • Machine learning
  • Vision for graphics
  • Video sequence analysis and/or modeling
  • Activity and Action recognition
  • Pose estimation and tracking
  • Gesture analysis
  • Object detection and tracking
  • Feature selection
  • Computational photography

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates should submit CVs to: For further information please contact Iain Matthews ( or Leonid Sigal ( Please use subject line: DRP-CVI-2014.

Disney Research Labs provide a research foundation for the many business units within the Walt Disney Company. For example: Walt Disney Feature Animation, Walt Disney Imagineering, Parks & Resorts, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Disney Interactive Media Group, ESPN, and Pixar Animation Studios. Disney Research has sibling labs located in Pittsburgh, Zurich, Los Angeles and Boston.

Disney Research Pittsburgh is co-located with Carnegie Mellon University under the direction of Prof. Jessica Hodgins. Cast members are encouraged to interact with the established Computer Vision and Graphics groups at The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon.

The Walt Disney Company is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from members of under-represented groups.