2 Postdoc positions in PAVIS on automatic visual inspection – [ Postdoc ]
Workplace: Genova, IIT Central Research Lab Genova
Added on: 30/01/2017 – Expires on: 15/02/2017
The Pattern Analysis and Computer Vision (PAVIS) Research Line at IIT is looking for highly qualified candidates with a strong background in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, with particular emphasis on automatic visual inspection applications and other related areas (e.g., recognition, video analysis, etc.).
The main mission of PAVIS is to design and develop innovative image- and video-based intelligent systems, characterized by the use of highly functional smart sensors and advanced data analytics features. PAVIS also plays an active role in supporting the other IIT Research Lines providing scientists in Neuroscience, Nanophysics and other IIT Lines with ad hoc solutions.
To this end, the group is involved in activities concerning computer vision and pattern recognition, machine learning, multimodal data analysis and sensor fusion, and embedded computer vision systems. The lab will pursue this goal by working collaboratively and in cooperation with external private and public partners.
This call aims at consolidating PAVIS expertise in the research area of automatic visual inspection in the context of highly efficient industrial applications. The research theme is related to the creation of a novel system that can inspect industrial parts in extreme environments. The system has to detect damages over the parts like cracks and fissures using different sensor modalities. This implies the development of novel algorithms for object detection, classification and quality control that discriminate explicitly the photometric and physical attributes of each object part. In particular, this new inspection problem will require the study of different types of features as the one extracted in deep learning frameworks, as well as robust and effective methodologies.
This project will be managed in collaboration with a major industrial partner.
Candidates to this position have a Ph.D. in computer vision, pattern recognition or related areas, and research experience and qualification should follow the same lines. Evidence of top quality research on the above specified areas in the form of published papers in top conferences/journals and/or patents is therefore mandatory.
Experience in the preparation and management of research proposals (EU, US, national) and a few years of postdoc experience, either in academia or industrial lab, will also be duly considered. The winning candidate will also contribute to setting up new (funding) project proposals and will participate in funding activities.
He/she is expected to publish his/her research results in leading international journals and conferences, supervise PhD students and collaborate with other scientists, also with different expertise.
Salary will be commensurate to qualification and experience and in line with international standards.
Further details and informal enquires can be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting PAVIS- BC 73570 – 73571 as reference number.
Please send your completed application forms along with a curriculum listing all publications (possibly including a pdf of your most representative publications), a research statement describing your previous research experience and outlining its relevance to the above topics and names of 2 referees by email both to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org , always quoting PAVIS-POST DOC BC 73570 – 73571 as reference.
This call will remain open and applications will be reviewed until the position is filled, but for full consideration please apply by February 15, 2017.
IIT was established in 2003 and successfully created alarge-scale infrastructure in Genova, a network of 10 state-of-the-art laboratories countrywide and recruited an international staff of about 1100 people from more than 50 countries. IIT’s research endeavour focuses on high-tech and innovation, representing the forefront of technology with possible applications from medicine to industry, computer science, robotics, life sciences and nano-biotechnologies.
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[visionlist] Alert: Deadline for submission to CRV 2017 has been extended to Sunday Feb 12, 11:59PM PSTPosted: January 31, 2017
The submission deadline for CRV 2017 has been extended to Sunday, February 12th at 11:59 PM PST. We look forward to receiving your contributions.Please see below for more details on the conference, keynote and symposium speakers, or visit http://ift.tt/2koZYn7 you in Edmonton, AB in May!Steven WaslanderJames ElderCRV 2017 Program Co-Chairs
Call For Papers14th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision
CRV 2017Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
May 16-19, 2017
CRV 2017 invites original, high quality paper submissions on a broad range of topics in computer and robot vision. See website for a list of specific topics.
Submission deadline: February 12, 2017 11:59PM PST
Decisions: March 10, 2017
Camera-ready: April 3, 2017
Submissions must be 4-8 pages in length and must describe original research on a topic in computer and/or robot vision.
Accepted papers (both Oral and Poster) will be published by the Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and will be submitted for publication to IEEE Xplore. IEEE Xplore has published the CRV proceedings since 2004.
Peter Corke, Queensland University of Technology
Pietro Perona, California Institute of Technology
Gaurav Sukhatme, University of Southern California
CRV will feature 6 Symposia consisting of invited talks from 12 leading computer and robot vision researchers:
Ping Tan, Simon Fraser University
John Zelek, University of Waterloo
Frank Ferrie, McGill University
Denis Laurendeau, Laval University
Learning in Vision and Robotics
Kosta Derpanis, Ryerson University
Angela Schoellig, University of Toronto
Michael Brown, York University
Michael Langer, McGill University
Vision from Above and Below (Remote/Underwater Sensing)
David Clausi, University of Waterloo
Herb Yang, University of Alberta
Biologically Motivated Computer Vision and Multimedia
Anup Basu, University of Alberta
Neil Bruce, University of Manitoba
For more information, contact the CRV 2017 Co-Chairs:Steven Waslander, University of WaterlooJames Elder, York Universitycomputerrobotvision2017@gmail.com
The Conference on Computer and Robot Vision is sponsored by the Canadian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society (CIPPRS) and is jointly located with the Canadian AI and Graphics Interface conferences.
Computer and Robot Vision ConferenceUniversity of AlbertaEdmonton, Alberta T6G 2R3
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Postdoc positions are available both at Heriot-Watt Edinburgh and EPFL Lausanne on ‘Big Data Algorithms for Fourier Imaging’.
Outstanding researchers are very welcome to apply for these positions.
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Web3D 2017 will be in Brisbane, Australia on 5-7 June, 2017.
We would like to remind you that paper, tutorial, workshop, and poster submission deadline is approaching.
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