[visionlist] [Jobs] PhD Studentship in deep learning for 3D scene understanding (FBK/IIT)

Fabio Poiesi fabio.poiesi at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 16:05:02 -04 2021

Applications are open for a PhD Studentship (starting date Nov 1, 2021) in
the research areas of computer vision, multimedia, deep learning and
robotics. This is a joint Studentship between Fondazione Bruno Kessler -
Technologies of Vision (FBK-TeV, http://tev.fbk.eu/) and Istituto Italiano
di Tecnologia - Pattern Analysis & Computer Vision (IIT-PAVIS,
https://pavis.iit.it/). This Scholarship will be under the Doctoral School
of the University of Trento, Italy (https://iecs.unitn.it/). The focus of
this PhD position is to advance the state of the art of 3D scene
understanding by focusing on the aspects of learning-based approaches that
can potentially leverage different sensor modalities and the lack of
human-annotated data. The candidate will be supervised by Dr. Fabio Poiesi
(FBK) and Dr. Alessio Del Bue (IIT).

The Studentship has a duration of three years, and the candidate will spend
part of the time in FBK (Trento, IT) and in IIT (Genova, IT). The candidate
is also expected to spend a period of time (> three months) in a selected
research institute or university outside Italy.

The candidate must be flexible and highly motivated, and must have a solid
background in applied mathematics and excellent programming skills.
Previous experience in computer vision, or deep learning, or multimedia, or
robotics projects, as well as publications in peer-reviewed journals or
conferences are desired, but not required.

Link to the application submission portal and admission requirements:

Application deadline: 15th April 2021, 4pm (CEST).

Informal enquiries can be made by email to Dr. Fabio Poiesi (poiesi at fbk.eu)
and/or Dr. Alessio Del Bue (alessio.delbue at iit.it).
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