The Computer Vision Group of Toshiba Research Europe is looking for an exceptional candidate to join our team of researchers. We seek a creative mind who can significantly advance the state-of-the-art in computer vision. Your research ideas have a solid theoretical foundation, and you are able to demonstrate the practical value through prototype implementations. Publishing at major conferences and in top journals is highly encouraged, and you will be able to actively contribute to our collaborations with Oxbridge Universities and the Toshiba Corporate R&D Center in Japan.
We are part of the Cambridge Research Laboratories of Toshiba Research Europe and based in Cambridge, UK. Our current core competences are in the areas of 3D reconstruction and deep learning, and we seek to further strengthen our expertise in these topics. We are working on a number of relevant research themes to support Toshiba’s vision of changing our daily lives, including automotive, energy, and infrastructure technologies.
£45,000 – £65,000 (depending on experience)
plus discretionary bonus, pension, private health-care, and other benefits.
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EPSRC CASE award: £15k – £18k plus tuition fees.
This 3.5-year PhD research studentship will address creating a SLAM system leveraging both multi-view geometry and machine-learning based recognition to enhance the resulting 3D model with semantic attributes. State-of-the-art SLAM approaches exploit mainly correspondences established across multiple images and utilize the underlying theory of multi-view geometry to generate a 3-dimensional map of the environment over time. Semantic scene understanding plays no or only a minor role in achieving this goal in current SLAM methods. Semantic understanding of the environment enriches the representation of the 3D environment, but can additional provide information leading to better 3D models. One particular focus of this project is to obtain a method for semantic SLAM that operates in live and in real-time in order to make the system applicable to autonomous systems.
You will be a student of the University of Oxford with a 3–6 months industrial internship at Toshiba’s Cambridge Research Laboratory in your 2nd or 3rd year. You will work under supervision of Professor Philip Torr (University of Oxford) and Dr Christopher Zach (Toshiba Research Europe).
Formed in 2005 at Oxford Brookes, TVG moved to the University of Oxford in 2013, and is led by Professor Philip Torr. It comprises around 20–25 people. Members of the group have won major awards in all the main conferences in the field including ICCV, CVPR, ECCV, BMVC, NIPS.
The aim of the group is to engage in state of the art research into the mathematical theory of computer vision and artificial intelligence, but to keep the mathematical research relevant to the needs of society. A particular emphasis of the group has been on real time understanding and reconstruction of the world using mobile cameras, such as those on drones, intelligent glasses or other robots.
CRL’s Computer Vision Group (CVG) is working on new methods for 3D Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Optimization applied to visual data. CVG was founded in 2006 and is currently managed by Dr Stephan Liwicki with scientific guidance by Dr Christopher Zach and strategic advice by Professor Roberto Cipolla FREng. Our mission is to conduct fundamental research for future technology and products.
The current focus of the group is 3D reconstruction and machine learning, and members of CVG work on multi-view geometry, SLAM, dense 3D modelling, and deep learning in particular. Since our target applications are in the area of autonomous systems and social infrastructure, we are especially interested in real-time systems.
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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 Machine Learning (e.g. CNNs). 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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