[visionlist] Doctoral Researcher - Visual Information Sampling - at TU Berlin

Olaf Hellwich olaf.hellwich at tu-berlin.de
Tue Nov 28 06:01:31 -04 2023

Doctoral Researcher (m/f/d) E 13 TV-L- Visual Information Sampling


The project on "Visual information sampling using eye-movements and 
overt attention in dynamic scenes" builds on our previous work on 
"Object-level scene descriptions and attention in visual search". 
Combining eye-tracking experiments, computational modeling, and 
validation of the results in computer vision applications, we will 
investigate the relationship between the task, gaze behavior, and scene 

The successful candidate will be involved in the computational modelling 
of scene representations based on scene graphs, of their formation 
during scene viewing, and of the interactions between scene 
representations and eye-movement patterns.


Applicants must hold a successfully completed university degree (Master, 
Diplom or equivalent) in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or 
related fields. Applicants should have very good programming skills, 
good knowledge of German and/or English required; willingness to acquire 
the respective missing language skills, a solid mathematical background, 
strong competence on computer vision, and a strong interest in visual 
perception. An additional background in psychology is an advantage.

For information how to apply, please refer to


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Olaf Hellwich
Technische Universität Berlin, Computer Vision & Remote Sensing
MAR 6-5, Marchstr. 23, D-10587 Berlin, Germany
Tel. +49(0)30/314-22796; http://www.cv.tu-berlin.de

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