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Dancing with Pixies?...

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Connection Science

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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

PhD Position: Computer Vision & Image Processing laboratory, University of Miami


Contact: gavriil@miami.edu

Available PhD Position

The Computer Vision & Image Processing laboratory at the Electrical and 
Computer Engineering  Dept. of University of Miami
is seeking 1 (one) qualified Ph.D. student.

The goals of the Computer Vision & Image Processing Lab are to advance 
and sustain basic research in both theoretical and
application problems whose fundamentals lie in various fields of 
engineering and applied sciences such as Computer Vision,
Pattern Recognition, Computational Biomedicine, Biometrics etc.

The research focus of the PhD position will be on the fundamental 
problems of image segmentation and content-based retrieval,
with specific applications to (i) biomedical image analysis and (ii) 
ocean engineering.

Students with previous experience on Computer Vision and good C++ and 
Matlab skills will only be considered.
The Research Assistantship package includes full tuition plus 12-month 
stipend.

Appropriate documents should be sent electronically to Dr. Gabriel 
Tsechpenakis ( gavriil@miami.edu ), including an updated
vitae that lists all publications. A short biography that describes 
relevant previous projects is highly desirable. Ph.D applicants
should include a copy of their BS and MS transcripts, which can be an 
unofficial copy at this point for screening.