[visionlist] Post-doctoral Research Fellow - UK - Image Processing

Andrew Schofield A.J.Schofield at Bham.ac.uk
Tue Nov 20 17:06:58 GMT 2007


UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY

Research Fellow in Image Processing

We seek an Image Processing / Computer Vision expert for an 
EPSRC funded research project. You will work as part of a small 
multidisciplinary team under the direction of Dr Andrew Schofield 
and will be responsible for devising and developing image 
processing algorithms for the analysis of objects and faces with an 
emphasis on robust performance under a range of lighting 
conditions. The post will be based in the School of Psychology but 
there will be good opportunities to interact with staff from Computer 
Science and Electronics. 

You will have or be undergoing a PhD in Computer Science, 
Electronics, Physics or Psychology with a strong interest in 
Computer Vision, Image Processing, or the Computational Modelling 
of Human Vision. You will be fluent in one high-level computer 
programming language and be proficient in Mathematics.  
Experience with Direct X, OpenGL or human psychophysics will be 
advantageous as will an interest in human factors or human 
computer interaction.  

Informal enquiries can be addressed to Dr A Schofield on email 
a.j.schofield at bham.ac.uk.

Maximum starting salary £25,134 a year, in the range of £25,134 - 
£32,796 a year (potential progression on performance once in post 
to £34,813 a year).  This position is available from April 2008 for a 
period of 34 months. 

Interviews will be held on 20 December 2007.

Closing date:	11 December 2007					
Reference: H46146

Details from Tel +44 (0)121 415 9000 or www.hr.bham.ac.uk/jobs
HR, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT

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* Dr Andrew Schofield
* School of Psychology
* University of Birmingham
* Birmingham, UK, B15 2TT
* +44 (0)121 41 45644
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