Computer Vision Researcher (2 openings)

Toshiba Research Europe is looking for researchers to join its Computer Vision Group.

Required: You have a PhD in computer vision, machine learning or a related area, a solid theoretical background and a strong international publication record. You are able to try out and implement new ideas and you are a proficient programmer. Post-doc or industrial experience is also welcome.

Position: The openings are for research positions related to different areas within computer vision. Knowledge in optimization, regression, and classification as well as a strong programming background in (C++, Matlab), are beneficial. We are particularly interested in these areas:
(1) 3D human body modelling: pose & shape estimation, 3D non-rigid registration.
(2) 3D reconstruction: visual SLAM, multi-view stereo, photometric stereo, semantic segmentation.

About us: The Computer Vision Group is a dynamic, international team. Established in 2006, we are creating Toshiba's core computer vision technology while carrying out basic research in close collaboration with the University of Cambridge. Scientific publication of your work will be encouraged. 

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Research Internships

The Toshiba Research computer vision group in Cambridge is looking for interns. We offer a limited number of internships to PhD students in their 2nd year or higher.  (Please note that permission to work in the UK is a necessary condition to apply.)

We are a young team of researchers working in exciting areas of computer vision, including 3D reconstruction, recognition, gesture recognition and body capture. The Toshiba lab is closely linked to academia and we encourage scientific publication.

Interns will be working for three months on a well defined project and will be assigned an experienced researcher as mentor. Current topics of interest include: visual SLAM, 3D reconstruction, and 3D registration. Strong programming skills are essential.

The Toshiba office is located in the Science Park of the university city of Cambridge. Summer activities such as punting on the river Cam, concerts in college chapels and picnic lunches provide fun during breaks from research.

Evidence of permission to work in the UK is required for this position. Please indicate this in your application. We consider applications throughout the year and internships can take place during a mutually agreeable time period.

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