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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN COMPUTER VISION, PRINCETON VISION LAB


Contact: feifeili@cs.princeton.edu

POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN COMPUTER VISION, PRINCETON VISION LAB, 
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Start date: Aug 1, 2007
PI: Fei-Fei Li

We have a postdoc position open in the Princeton Vision Lab 
(http://vision.cs.princeton.edu) headed by Prof. Fei-Fei Li. This offer 
is sponsored by a multi-partner U.S. grant focusing on solving 
challenging object and scene level recognition problems in real-world 
environments. The top 4 reasons to come and work with us on this 
exciting project are:
4. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to interact with 
world class researchers in machine learning, computer vision, computer 
graphics, mathematics, neuroscience, etc.
3. The successful candidate will conduct research on fundamental and 
high impact problems in high level visual recognition.
2. The Vision Lab at Princeton offers an intensely creative and friendly 
intellectual environment. Our research is highly interdisciplinary. 
Current projects in the lab range from machine learning, computer 
vision, to cognitive and computational neuroscience, all focusing on 
various problems in high-level visual recognition.
1. Princeton township is one of the most popular cultural and art 
centers in the greater New York and Philadelphia areas. Most 
importantly, it offers some of the best ice creams one could find in  
uh, anywhere except Italy.

The successful candidate is expected to start the position in early fall 
(preferably August 1) of 2007. Salary is competitive. He/She should have 
a strong background in computer vision and machine learning, a track 
record of publications in top computer vision conferences and journals, 
strong programming skills and a good taste in ice cream. Applications 
must be sent by email to Prof. Fei-Fei Li (feifeili@cs.princeton.edu), 
including a CV, a list of publications, names of 3 references and a 
brief research statement (1-2 pages).