One PostDoc / Research Fellow / PhD Student Position Available
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I am seeking an outstanding PostDoc or Research Fellow with excellent skills in, or one outstanding PhD student with interest
in, the fields of
Possible backgrounds are computer science, physics, mathematics,
engineering, or related. The initial appointment will be for 2 years.
The project is in collaboration with a German company,
so travels to Europe will be possible. Some affinity to Europe and/or knowledge of the German language would be a plus.
- 3D computer graphics,
- image recognition, processing, and fusion,
- machine learning,
Today experts judge car damages on-site and from photos. This is
expensive, and possibly slow and subjective. A (semi)automatic
estimation of the repair-costs is desirable. Under idealized
conditions of normalized full-scale car images, a mapping and
comparison of broken to unbroken cars should allow an automatic
estimation of car body damages. Under real conditions, this is a very
challenging task. The project aims at developing a
semi-automatic support for damage evaluation.
The problems to solve lie in the area of image processing and
statistical machine learning.
Applicants should submit:
(i) Detailed curriculum vitae (including grades),
(ii) List of three references (including their email addresses),
(iii) Statement on how their research interests fit the above topics (1-2 pages).
(iv) Links to their master's/PhD thesis and publications.
PostDoc/Research Fellows please send all documents by 8th of October 2007
to the HR Staff Recruitment Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
with the job reference number
in the subject heading of your email.
PhD candidates please apply by email to
(1MB max) with subject line "PhD Candidate".
International students (non-Australian residents) should send
their pre-application well before End of August 2007.
The final application has to be send to
(by End of August for international students).
Thanks for your interest
Marcus Hutter, Assoc. Prof., RSISE
The Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering (RSISE)
was established in 1996 as part of the Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS)
at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia.
RSISE focuses its work on research, research training and interaction with national and international communities.
The Australian National University (ANU) is located in the city of
Canberra, the Federal Capital of Australia. The ANU consistently ranks
top among all Universities in the southern hemisphere, third in the Asia/Pacific region, and in the top 50 worldwide.
With a population of about 300'000, Canberra is a very clean and quiet
city, surrounded by bush land and parks,
and with Lake Burley Griffin in its geographical centre.
It is a three-hour drive from Sydney, surfing beaches, and Australia's ski