[robotics-worldwide] PhD position in Computer and Robot Vision (Linkoping Sweden)
perfo at cs.ubc.ca
perfo at cs.ubc.ca
Fri May 20 00:11:13 PDT 2011
We have an open position for a doctoral student in adaptive robot vision
systems, at the Computer Vision Laboratory, Linköping University, Sweden.
Vision based robots can be frustrating to interact with if you are not a
computer vision scientist, as robot actions are often delayed by long
perception-action cycles. In this project we will remedy this by studying
on-line learning aspects of dynamic perception and action. Examples of
topics are: adaptation of the dynamic visuo-motor function, combined gaze
stabilization and target tracking, and adaptation of correspondence
functionality in a stereo vision system.
RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT: This PhD student position is based at the Computer
Vision Laboratory (http://www.cvl.isy.liu.se/). The research is to be
conducted under the supervision of Assistant Professor Per-Erik Forssén
WORK DESCRIPTION: A doctoral student is hired primarily to conduct
research and studies of the chosen topic. A doctoral student may, to a
limited extent, be assigned teaching and administrative duties. Such work
may not exceed 20% of full time.
QUALIFICATIONS: A master's degree in computer science, computer
engineering or similar. Especially important are skills in mathematics and
programming (e.g. C++/Matlab). Prior experience with on-line filtering of
data or visual attention will be positively considered.
SALARY: The starting salary for a doctoral student is at present 25 500
SEK/month. The subsequent salary will be based on salary increments
locally agreed upon.
STARTING DATE: According to agreement.
FURTHER INFORMATION: Further information, and instructions on how to apply
can be found here:
Per-Erik Forssén | Docent and Assistant Professor
Computer Vision Lab | http://users.isy.liu.se/cvl/perfo/
Dept of Electrical Engineering | email: perfo at isy.liu.se
SE-581 83 Linköping | phone: +46 (13) 28 5654
Sweden | skype: per-erik_forssen
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