[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Two PhD studentships in Vision for Robotics (Dr. Margarita Chli, University of Edinburgh)

Margarita Chli mchli at inf.ed.ac.uk
Tue Dec 16 04:59:55 PST 2014


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Two PhD studentships in Vision for Robotics
(Dr. Margarita Chli, University of Edinburgh)
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-- DESCRIPTION --
Two fully funded Ph.D. studentships are available at the Vision for  
Robotics Lab of the University of Edinburgh immediately. The positions  
are funded as part of a EU-funded project in collaboration with  
multiple academic and industrial partners in Europe. The projects to  
be supervised by Dr. Margarita Chli and aim at exploring vision-based  
Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) and dense reconstruction  
from small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) operating collaboratively  
in a scenario of industrial inspection.

More information on these positions can found on  
http://margaritachli.com/positions.html

-- CANDIDATES' PROFILE --
Applicants should have a strong analytical background, good  
programming skills and hold a relevant degree (e.g. in Computer  
Science or Engineering) with excellent grades. A good level of spoken  
and written English is required, while a background in Computer Vision  
and/or Robotics is desirable.

-- HOW TO APPLY --
Applications should be sent via email (mchli[at]inf.ed.ac.uk) reading  
the code "VIS4ROB-EUPHD" in the subject line and should include the  
following:
- A full CV
- A cover letter describing your background, qualifications, research  
interests (max. 1-page in 10pt font size).
- Degree certificate(s) and transcripts.
- Names and contact details of two referees.

-- DEADLINE --
Offers will be made on a first come first served basis, with the final  
deadline for applications set for the 18th January 2015.

-- FUNDING --
The positions are open to exceptionally qualified UK, EU and  
international students and will be fully funded for a duration of 3  
years covering all tuition fees, a standard (tax-free) EPSRC stipend  
and travel costs to conferences and project meetings.


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Margarita Chli
http://www.margaritachli.com


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The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.




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