[visionlist] PDRA in Manchester UK - Deadline approaching

Moi Hoon Yap M.Yap at mmu.ac.uk
Thu Jan 17 15:38:43 -05 2019

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Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (Computer Vision and Machine/Deep Learning)

The CfACS Human-Centred Computing is looking for a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant to undertake research in the field of computer vision and machine/deep learning to improve our current diabetic foot ulcer detection technology (FootSnap) by re-designing and further developing a foot care app for people with diabetes.

The Postdoc will re-design the FootSnap app, work with all relevant stakeholders to improve the mobile technology, conduct user acceptance trials, and develop a functional cross platform mobile app. The ideal candidate must have a PhD degree or be about to obtain a PhD degree in Computer Vision and/or Machine/Deep Learning. Good software development skills are essential, preferably with previous work in Android or iOS development. Experience in developing algorithm based on data-driven (large datasets) approach with at least one of the deep learning frameworks (e.g. Tensorflow, Caffe).

To apply: https://manmetjobs.mmu.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/post-doctoral-research-assistant-computer-vision-and-machine-deep-learning-1319-mmu-all-saints-campus/1330/description/

Many thanks

Best regards
Moi Hoon

Dr. Moi Hoon Yap
Reader in Computer Vision
Lead, Human-Centred Computing
Manchester Metropolitan University | John Dalton Building (E129) | Chester Street | Manchester | M1 5GD
Telephone: (+44) 0161 247 1503 | Facsimile: (+44) 0161 247 6840
Website: http://www2.docm.mmu.ac.uk/STAFF/M.Yap/

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