Switzerland: PhD Studentships in Computer Vision, ETH Zurich

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The new CALVIN research group at the Computer Vision Laboratory of ETH Zurich is looking for several PhD students.

There are three main topics:

  • large-scale learning of thousands of object/scene/attribute categories and their mutual contextual relations from the Internet
  • human pose estimation and action recognition in uncontrolled video, such as TV shows
  • modeling the parallel between the structure of visual scenes and
    the structure of natural sentences to aid visual learning and automatic
    image annotation

Your profile:

  • Masters degree (preferably in Computer Science; Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, and Physics are also accepted)
  • Solid programming skills; the projects involve programming in Matlab and C++
  • Solid mathematics knowledge (especially linear algebra and statistics)
  • Creative and highly motivated
  • Fluent in English, both written and spoken
  • Prior knowledge in the areas of computer vision, machine learning
    or data mining is a plus (ideally a master thesis in a related field)

Please send applications include:
a complete CV, graduation marks, topic of your master thesis, the name
and email address of one reference (preferably your master thesis
supervisor). If you already have reserch experience, please include a
publication list and references.

For further questions, please contact: Prof. Vittorio Ferrari ( ferrari[ at ]vision.ee.ethz.ch )


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