AISB Convention 2015

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AISB YouTube Channel

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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Post-doc on Omnidirectional Vision at INRIA Grenoble

This offer is sponsored by a multi-partner French research grant,
"ANR CAVIAR". Its global goal is to use omnidirectional cameras
for environment modelling and navigation. There are a variety of
research problems this post-doc could address; the concrete
problems will be selected in discussion between the post-doctoral
fellow and his supervisor (Peter Sturm):
-  feature extraction and matching in omnidirectional images
-  calibration of omnidirectional sensors
-  motion and structure estimation (structure-from-motion or SLAM)
    with omnidirectional sensors

Further information:
- Contact person: Peter STURM,
- Deadline: 15 June 2007
- Duration: 12 months
- Starting date: between July 1st and November 1st 2007, depending
    on your availability (preferably in July though)
- Monthly salary after taxes: 1 892 \u20ac (medical insurance included)
- An ideal candidate should have done a PhD on computer vision or
    image processing. Programming skills with C/C++/Matlab are desired.
- Please apply by sending your CV (in PDF) and your date of availability
    to Peter "dot" Sturm "at" inrialpes "dot" fr
    Please also send or make send recommendation letters to this address.