[visionlist] Postdoctoral Fellowship in Computer Vision, Toronto, Canada

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Computer Vision

York University Centre for Vision Research

Toronto, Canada

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of James Elder at the York University Centre for Vision Research in Toronto, Canada.   The candidate should have a research background in computational vision or image processing.  

The position will involve collaborative research on both applied and theoretical projects.  Topics of current interest are:

– Contour processing

– Perceptual organization / Segmentation

– Shape representation

– Natural scene statistics

– Attentive vision systems

– Camera calibration / rectification

– Single-view 3D reconstruction

– Face detection 

– Person re-identification

– Crowd analytics

– Traffic analytics

The salary for this position is competitive and the starting date is flexible.  The position is for one year, with the expectation of renewal.  The application deadline is Jan 15, 2017.  International applications are encouraged.

The York Centre for Vision Research is an interdisciplinary centre spanning the laboratories of 30 faculty members in the Departments of Psychology, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Biology and Kinesiology.  Members pursue fundamental and applied research in human and computer vision, vestibular and auditory perception, eye-movements, virtual reality and robotics.  

More information about the Elder Laboratory is available at:  elderlab.yorku.ca

More information about the Centre is available at cvr.yorku.ca

Applicants should email a c.v. and the names of 3 referees to jelder@yorku.ca.

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