[robotics-worldwide] PostDoc in Environmental Computer Vision at NICTA (Brisbane)

Peter Corke peter.corke at qut.edu.au
Wed Sep 26 21:01:34 PDT 2012

NICTA is seeking a postdoctoral fellow in computer vision to join a new
research team in Environmental Computer Vision (ECV). ECV will apply
advanced computer vision and machine learning techniques to the problems
of monitoring the state of the natural world, in particular classifying,
counting and measuring micro and macro organisms (eg. plankton, insects,
fish, coral reefs, plants, etc.). Our environmental vision systems are
intended to be deployed in varied environments (land, air, water surface
and under water), may be fixed or carried by robots, and may perform
computations locally, remotely or in distributed fashion.

The successful applicant will be part of NICTA's computer vision
discipline and have ample opportunity to interact with other NICTA
research groups around Australia. The researcher will be based NICTA’s
Queensland Research Laboratory in Brisbane. The laboratory has several
satellite locations, and the successful applicant will be based at
Queensland University of Technology, co-located with the CyberPhysical
Systems (CyPhy) laboratory, working under the direction of Professor
Peter Corke.

The position will also require travel for conference attendance and
field testing.

More information about NICTA and the computer vision discipline:

The ideal candidate has a PhD in computer vision and experience with its application
to microscopy would be highly regarded.

Applications close on the 31st of October 2012.

To apply go to:
Job Tracking Code: PDRQRL




Peter Corke | Professor | Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Science and Engineering Faculty | Queensland University of Technology
phone: + 61 7 3138 1794 | fax: + 61 7 3138 1469  | email: peter.corke at qut.edu.au
Gardens Point, S Block 1107 | 2 George Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000 | CRICOS No. 00213J

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