[visionlist] [Job] ARC Postdoc - Australian Institute of Machine Learning
tat-jun.chin at adelaide.edu.au
Sun Mar 29 20:48:42 -04 2020
- Be part of the Australian Institute of Machine Learning – the largest
computer vision and machine learning research group in Australia
- (Level A) $70,346 to $94,588 per annum plus an employer contribution of
9.5% superannuation will apply
- Fixed-term position for two years
We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher for the ARC-funded project New
Paradigms for Robust Fitting: Kernelisation and Polyhedral Search. The
researcher will conduct fundamental research in mathematical programming
and optimisation in computer vision and related application areas, such as
3D reconstruction, visual SLAM and motion analysis. The researcher will
come under the supervision of Associate Professor Dr Tat-Jun Chin, who is
an award-winning researcher in this topic of inquiry. Candidates who are
familiar with machine learning techniques and their application to the
problems of interest are encouraged.
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) is one of the world’s
largest institutes dedicated to basic and applied research in artificial
intelligence, machine learning and computer vision. It is also one of the
most successful, in terms of winning some of the biggest research awards
and major benchmark competitions in the field, as well as securing major
industry and government contracts. According to CSRankings.org, the School
of Computer Science at Adelaide is ranked third in the world (from 2010 and
2020) in the area of computer vision. Much of this excellent result is due
to the efforts of the researchers at AIML.
This position provides funding for conference publication and travel. As
the successful candidate, you will have a strong work ethic and the ability
to work well independently and as a member of a broader team in addition to
being fluent in written and spoken English, with an ability to communicate
scientific ideas to an expert audience, both orally and written.
More details, including application instructions, are available here:
Contact Associate Professor Tat-Jun Chin (http://cs.adelaide.edu.au/~tjchin)
if you have any questions regarding the position.
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