Research Assistant – PhD – computer graphics and computer vision to real scene reconstruction – Siegen University
The University of Siegen is approximately 18,500 students, 1,900 employees, of which about 1,200 scientists, an innovative and interdisciplinary university. It offers a wide range of subjects from the humanities and social sciences to economics to the natural sciences and engineering an excellent teaching and research environment with numerous inter- and transdisciplinary research projects.The University of Siegen offers various possibilities to combine work and family. It is therefore certified since 2006 as a family-friendly university and offers a Dual Career Service at.
In the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology in the framework of the DFG Research Training Group 1564 Imaging New Modalities are the earliest possible date a number of sites for
with a focus on computer graphics and computer vision to real
(salary group 13 TV-L)
the normal working hours for a period of 36 months to be filled with the possibility of extension. The duration of employment is governed by the provisions of the Temporary Science Employment Law.
We are looking for scientific personalities with experience in the field of computer graphics and computer vision. The topic is the real-time scene reconstruction by means of deep cameras, eg Kinect.
The study of robust and real-time methods for feature extraction, sensor data fusion and spatiotemporal accumulation of sensor data streams form the challenge of the activity.
This is a site for further academic qualification (PhD). For this purpose will be given the opportunity within the framework of official duties.
You have a very good university degree (diploma or master) in computer science, mathematics or electrical engineering (or equivalent) and good English language skills.
In addition, good to very good knowledge are in object-oriented programming (C ++) under Linux / Unix or Windows , as well as a solid basic knowledge in image processing, computer graphics and computer vision expected.
The University of Siegen is committed to increasing the proportion of women in research and teaching. Suitably qualified women are invited to apply.
Applications qualified disabled persons are desirable.
The application and selection process is Web-based. Applications with the usual documents (CV, copies of certificates, letters of recommendation 2), and a project proposal are to 10th In October2015, stating the tender reference number 2015 / IV / ETI / WM / 147 on the website of the Graduate College www.grk1564.uni-siegen.de deposit. The approximately 2-page project outline is to combine the thematic interest of the applicant / the applicant with the topics of the graduate school and have possible directions of work for their own research.